For the past two years, no running backs have been taken in the first round of the draft. Will that streak end this year? And will the Ravens have a hand in ending it?
With 10 picks in the draft this year, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has no shortage of options.
New Ravens safety Kendrick Lewis went one-on-one with Insider Clifton Brown to talk about Baltimore's 'no fly zone' secondary.
The Ravens have bigger draft priorities than running back, but Georgia running back Todd Gurley is the kind of prospect who can be tempting.
The Ravens have a need at both wide receiver and cornerback and are likely to focus on those two positions at pick No. 26.