Mark Ingram, Baltimore Ravens
Mark Ingram is a Saints’ legend. He played with the organization from 2011 to 2018. During those years he rushed for 6,007 yards and 50 touchdowns. He also added two Pro-Bowl selections as a member of New Orleans.
During his time in the Big Easy, Ingram was a household name. Even today when you think about Mark Ingram you remember the good ole days when he played for New Orleans. He is a member of Saints’ franchise history.
After the team drafted Alvin Kamara in 2017 and truly saw what he could do, they phased Mark Ingram out of the equation. Ingram became Kamara’s change of pace and goalline back working only those two scenarios.
After the team decided, at the end of his contract, that he was worth too much to be a backup, they let him go. He found his way to the Baltimore Ravens where he has played for the last couple of seasons and thrived.
In 2019, he rushed for 1,018 yards and 10 touchdowns and was selected to yet another Pro Bowl. Now, he is not only getting the opportunity to play in Baltimore, but he is also getting the opportunity to help train their running back of the future in J.K. Dobbins.