3. Chris McAlister – 26 Interceptions
Chris McAlister is another product of Ravens drafting, as the team took him in the 1999 Draft with the 10th overall pick. In McAlister’s rookie year he recorded 47 total tackles, five interceptions, and 16 passes deflected.
McAlister played nearly his entire career with the Baltimore Ravens, spending just one season outside of Baltimore, his final season in 2009, which was with the New Orleans Saints.
During the 2000 season, McAlister had a 98-yard pick-six and had a crucial Super Bowl 35 interception. But, perhaps McAlister’s biggest moment was when he returned a missed field goal for 107 yards, which, at the time, set a new NFL record for the longest play ever.
McAlister had a career filled with great moments and great seasons but his best season was in 2006 when he had six interceptions, two touchdowns, and went to his third Pro Bowl. After that, McAlister’s career went downhill and was let go off by the Ravens in 2008.