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Ravens To Meet With Two Players

The Baltimore Ravens have not missed a beat in their pursuit to determine what they will do with the 26th pick in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, which begins on April 28th. The Ravens are scheduled to meet with Georgia linebacker Justin Houston, who had ten sacks in 12 games last year for the Bulldogs. He is projected to be a pass rushing outside linebacker, a position that the Ravens were and are still hoping can be filled by last year's second round draft pick, Sergio Kindle.

Baltimore is also working out Baylor offensive lineman, Danny Watkins, today in a private workout. Watkins would be a 26 year old rookie, after working as a firefighter before entering junior college and then transferring to Baylor. He is projected to be more of a guard in the NFL than a tackle. He played rugby and ice hockey, which has been looked at as part of the reason he is unusually athletic for such a big guy, viewed as attractive skills in an offensive lineman.

See more on this and other NFL news at the National Football Post.