Anthony Levine Sr.’s NFL career began in 2010 when he joined the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted rookie. He spent two years on the practice squad and even earned a Super Bowl ring when the 2010 team defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in the title game. But the defensive back said he has not looked at the ring in a long time and has planted his roots with the Ravens, for whom he has played the last six seasons. “I love it here, and they love me,” Levine said after Friday’s practice. “I’m very thankful and grateful for the opportunity that Green Bay gave me. If it wasn’t for them giving me an opportunity and a shot, I don’t know how things would have panned out. But in my time there, I was on the practice squad, and I never really felt like part of the team.” Little used by the Packers, the 30-year-old Levine has emerged as a critical cog for the Ravens defense and special teams. He has amassed seven tackles and two sacks for the former and a unit-leading seven tackles for the latter.