In a season that was ravaged by injuries as well as a COVID-19 outbreak, the Baltimore Ravens ended their 2021 season with an 8-9 record, just missing the playoffs for the first time in four years. The team was faced with challenging circumstances, but still stuck together and fought as a team, although the outcome wasn’t what many anticipated before the year began.
While their season didn’t end the way that they wanted it to, some Ravens players took the time to say thank you to all those that were involved along their journey.
Check out the parting messages that Ravens players put out on social media:
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) January 9, 2022
Ravens Flock I truly love y’all ! Preciate y’all supporting me to go out and play my heart out . It’s all love baby ! Glad to be back
— Tony Jefferson II (@_tonyjefferson) January 9, 2022
Season didn’t go the way we wanted it too but I’m happy to be a Raven and that will never change Im proud of my boys and I appreciate y’all Raven Flock much love!
— Tylan Wallace (@OfficialTylan2) January 9, 2022
Thank you God for getting me through a full season, The past two years been crazy for me but I’m here tell you keep pushing Love this team through Good and the bad see ya next year stay blessed.
— Tavon Young (@TY_Real1) January 9, 2022
Wasn’t the season we hoped for, but proud of the fight in this team. Thank you to all the fans that stuck with us through this crazy ride. It’s only up from here! Love#RavensFlock
— Tyus Bowser (@tbowser23) January 10, 2022
Regardless of what happens next, I love being in Baltimore. I love my brothers I got to play with while I was here. The Organization for giving me a chance injury after injury, the culture, the fans. Been a blessing to be here, just the start of a long career. Never Quit.
— DeShon Elliott (@OfficialShon_4) January 10, 2022
Thank you #RavensFlock for all the during this challenging season. I’ll remember this season as a team that never gave up. A team full of FIGHTERS that faced every obstacle head on and made the most of it. Excited to see what the future holds for Year 6 pic.twitter.com/Khp16W1RFs
— Pat Ricard (@PRic508) January 10, 2022