Few football players have shown more determination than Marques Douglas. After a standout high school career at Dudley and collegiate career at Howard University, Douglas went undrafted by the NFL. He signed with, and was cut by, Baltimore in 1999, played one game with New Orleans in 2000 and rejoined the Ravens in 2001, playing seven games the next two seasons. His hard work paid off in 2003 when the Ravens made him a starter as defensive end. Douglas went on to start 93 out of 123 games, recording 326 tackles, 131 assists, 20½ sacks and scoring a TD on a fumble recovery return of 41 yards. He played 11 seasons spread among the Ravens, Saints, 49ers, Jets and Titans.