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Ingram gifted signed jerseys from former Ravens teammates originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington
It's difficult for any player to have a considerable impact on a locker room in just two years with a team.
Well, during his pair of seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, running back Mark Ingram did just that.
The former Heisman Trophy winner was officially released by Baltimore on Tuesday after a season where he was a healthy scratch at times due to the emergence of rookie J.K. Dobbins, as well as other backs Gus Edwards and Justice Hill.
Following his departure, several of his teammates -- Marlon Humphrey, Bradley Bozeman, Patrick Ricard, Orlando Brown Jr., Pernell McPhee, Tyus Bowser, Justin Ellis, Chris Board, Chuck Clark, and Anthony Levine -- each gifted the veteran running back a signed jersey with a note wishing him best of luck.
Take a look:
— Overtime (@overtime) January 20, 2021
Following Ingram's release, the Ravens official Twitter account posted a tribute video thanking the 31-year-old for two great years in Charm City.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 19, 2021
While the Ravens have plenty of running backs primed to replace Ingram on the field next season, his impact on the Ravens' locker room will be missed.