Former American football strong safety Anthony Levine, who is also known as Co Cap, brought his sons for his Legend of the Game introduction ahead of Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. 

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On September 3, 2012, Levine was added to the Ravens’ practice squad. On November 17, he was moved up to the active roster. Nine days later on November 26, following his debut NFL game in which he made one special team tackle, he was placed on injured reserve.

Levine participated in all 16 games in 2013 and finished second on the team in special teams tackles with 11. Levine started three of the 16 games he participated in in 2014, playing both safety and cornerback while compiling 23 tackles and four passes defended.

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Owning to his performance in 2013 and 2014, he was signed by the Baltimore Ravens on a $2.4 million contract extension in 2015.

It was the beginning of a stint that would see him resign contracts with the Ravens, first in 2017 when the Ravens extended Levine’s contract by three more years. Then again in 2020, he signed a one-year contract with the Ravens. 

When the 2020 contract expired in 2021, he resigned for a year with the Ravens, before announcing his retirement on January 26, 2021. He had said on Raven’s social media channels that he will take up scouting and coaching assistant roles at the club. 

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Before his career with the Ravens, he had a brief stint with the Green Bay Packers after they signed him as an undrafted agent in 2010. He spent two years with the Packers practice squad and was released in 2012 during roster cuts.