With the first two days of the 2010 NFL Draft in the books, the Baltimore Ravens picked three times on Day Two and believe two of their picks were first round talent, as NFL.com had both Texas OLB Sergio Kindle and Alabama NT Terrence Cody rated in the top 32 draft prospoects.
With two solid defensive player plus a great TE prospect in Oregon's Ed Dickson, the Ravens head into the final phase of the draft today looking for more talent in rounds 4-7.
Currently having picks in only rounds four, five (two picks) and six, the Ravens will have chances to continue to improve their roster as there are a lot of very good players remaining on the board. As of this point, the Ravens do not have a seventh round pick, so don't rule out the possibility of another trade to add a pick or two before the end of the day.
Baltimore Beatdown will once again be at the Ravens HQ at One Winning Drive in Owings Mills, Maryland covering the draft live, getting in on the comference calls with draft picks and questioning both GM Ozzie Newsome and Director of Player Personnel Eric DeCosta as these two guys lead a team that is known league-wide for finding talent in all seven rounds, but especially at the end of the draft and beyond. Remember, once the draft ends, the team is on the phones, finding and inviting the undrafted free agents to be the next great undrafted Raven, such as LeRon McClain and Bart Scott.
Keep it here on The Beatdown for all the news, notes, comments and quotes, as well as reading all the interesting comments posted by our readers.
What grade would you give the Baltimore Ravens at this point in the 2010 NFL Draft?
A (How can you argue with their first two picks?) (161 votes)
B (Just because we didn't take someone in the 1st round?) (37 votes)
C (Why, we didn't take Dez Bryant?) (13 votes)
D (Don't even think about it!) (4 votes)
F (I can't believe I even put this option up!) (4 votes)
219 total votes