Matthew Judon spent five seasons with the Ravens now the linebacker plays for the New England Patriots signing a four-year, $56 million deal back in 2021.
In his videoconference Wednesday right after leaving Baltimore Ravens, he said,
“I’m going to keep my relationships, and I’ve built some strong friendships and bonds in Baltimore. It’s hard to leave, but that’s what I had to do for my career.”
On Wednesday, Judon liked a tweet on X requesting him to come back to the Ravens, which has stirred up some interesting discussion.
Earlier, ESPN also reported that Judon was a candidate for Baltimore’s franchise tag and trade inquiries from other teams, adding the Ravens would like to bring Judon back.
In the past years, John Harbaugh said retaining Judon would be a priority for the team, he shared,
“We’re going to try to get as many of these guys re-signed as we can. Matt is probably right at the top of the list, for sure. … Our goal will be to have Matt back.”
Judon was a value pick for the Ravens, which they acquired in a fifth-round selection in 2016 out of Grand Valley State, a fan-favorite.
Judon expressed his desire to associate with the Ravens, and the Ravens wanted Judon back in the past years.
Moreover, Judon, who suffered a torn lower bicep tendon recently, can only be able to be back on the field in about two months.
Signed as a free agent in 2021, He recorded four sacks this year before his injury and 13 tackles in three games, 10 of those being solo.