Ravens’ Patrick Queen Tells Teammate Marlon Humphrey To ‘Shut Up’ In Hilarious Twitter Exchange

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  • Patrick Queen and Marlon Humphrey are looking to lead the Ravens back to the Playoffs in 2022
  • Queen called Humphrey out on Twitter for reminiscing about the past rather than the future
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Patrick Queen and Marlon Humphrey are both members of a feared Baltimore Ravens defensive attack.

The teammates have been in together since 2020, when Queen was drafted in the first round of NFL Draft. It came three years after the organization took Humphrey in the first round of the 2017 selection process.

While they’re teammates now, there’s a bit of animosity dating back to their college roots.

Queen was an LSU Tiger, and a member of the 2019 national championship squad with Joe Burrow. That team was one of the best in college football history, posting a perfect 15-0 undefeated record and seeing a record 14 players taken in the draft.

Humphrey, however, was part of an Alabama program that landed a spot in back-to-back championship appearances in 2015 and 2016. The Crimson Tide went 1-1 in those title matchups, with both coming against Clemson.

While the two never played against one another, that rivalry hasn’t quite died. The two had a hilarious exchange on social media Wednesday with roots going back to those days at the college level.

Humphrey tweeted out today about missing his “Alabama teammates.”

Queen, his current teammate, quipped back about focusing on the future as opposed to the past.

Queen says, “Bro shutup we got a ring to chase.”

The hilarious reaction even got a response from safety Tony Jefferson, who’s also a member of the Ravens defense.

Humphrey jokingly replies, noting that he was “in his feelings,” but that he’s ready to get a ring.

It goes to show that college rivalries never end.