Ravens' Top Ten Biggest Draft Busts: #4

The Baltimore Ravens selected WR Devard Darling with the 19th pick of the 3rd round (82nd overall) in the 2004 NFL Draft. Darling came to the Ravens out of Washington State after transferring following the death of his twin brother at Florida State during practice. Despite his success at the collegiate level, Darling never made an impact with the Ravens at the professional level.

Darling played four seasons with the Ravens and then two more with the Kansas City Chiefs, before signing wth the UFL in 2010. Devard tallied only 20 catches for 331 yards and three TD receptions in his Ravens career, certainly not impressive numbers for a guy who had over 100 catches and 30 receiving touchdowns in college.

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