Ravens' Levine announces retirement, to take coaching role
BALTIMORE (AP) — Anthony Levine has announced his retirement after a decade with the Baltimore Ravens.
The team says Levine will transition into a scouting and coaching role for the Ravens in 2022. Levine played defensive back and linebacker and was a significant contributor on special teams.
He turns 35 in March. Levine entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with Green Bay in 2010.
He played his first regular-season game two years later with the Ravens.
In 146 games with Baltimore, Levine had 87 tackles on defense and a franchise-record 62 on coverage units.