2022 Courage Award Winner

Marcus Peters

2022 Ed Block Courage Award Winner

Peters was looking to build off of a 2020 season that saw him record career highs in forced fumbles and sacks, before ultimately suffering an ACL tear weeks before the season opener in Las Vegas. Amid some uncertainty about the recovery process for Peters, he once again defied the odds by starting in 13 games for the Ravens this season, providing much needed relief for a secondary that that saw a lot of criticism the season prior.

Position CB
Height 6'0"
Weight 197 lbs
College Washington
NFL Experience 8 years

Past Winners

  • 2021 - Tavon Young
  • 2020 - Mark Andrews 
  • 2019 - Brandon Carr 
  • 2018 - Marshal Yanda 
  • 2017 - Benjamin Watson 
  • 2016 - Matt Elam 
  • 2015 - Dennis Pitta 
  • 2014 - Lardarius Webb 
  • 2013 - Jameel McClain 
  • 2012 - Terrell Suggs 
  • 2011 - Morgan Cox 
  • 2010 - Donte Stallworth 
  • 2009 - Dawan Landry 
  • 2008 - Ed Reed 
  • 2007 - Samari Rolle 
  • 2006 - Corey Ivy 
  • 2005 - Dale Carter 
  • 2004 - Orlando Brown Sr. 
  • 2003 - Marques Douglas 
  • 2002 - Ethan Brooks 
  • 2001 - Corey Harris 
  • 2000 - Anthony Poindexter 
  • 1999 - Peter Boulware 
  • 1998 - Stevon Moore 
  • 1997 - Wally Williams 
  • 1996 - Anthony Pleasant 

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