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CLEVELAND BROWNS VS BALTIMORE RAVENS
A Cleveland Brown player gets blocked by Baltimore Ravens T Jonathan Ogden, 75, while attempting to sack Baltimore Raven QB Steve McNair, 9, at the Cleveland Browns Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio on September 24, 2006. (UPI Photo/ Stephanie Krell)
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Jonathan Phillip Ogden (born July 31, 1974 in Washington, D.C.) is a retired American football offensive tackle who played for the Baltimore Ravens.

He received his education at St. Albans School, excelling not only in football but also in track and field. An All-American in both sports, he decided on UCLA instead of the University of Florida because UCLA would let him participate in track and field. A legitimate Olympic level shot-putter, he won the 1996 NCAA indoor track title in the shot put. He had an outstanding career with the UCLA Bruins, starting as left tackle for four years. In 23 games during his junior and senior years, he allowed just two sacks. In 1995, Ogden received the Outland Trophy and the Morris Trophy, was the UPI Lineman of the Year, and was a unanimous 1st-team All-American.

Ogden eventually had his jersey (#79) retired - only the eighth player in Bruins' history to receive that honor.

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