The Ravens have gone with defense lately in the first round of the draft. They haven’t taken an offensive player in the first round since selecting tackle Michael Oher in 2009.
With the upcoming draft deep at cornerback, the Ravens should have options with the 26th pick should they decide to take one.
If Miami (Ohio) cornerback Quinten Rollins is still on the board late in the second round, there are reasons why he could be the Ravens’ choice.
The Ravens hope to work out contract extensions with three key Ravens who are set to become free agents next offseason, according to owner Steve Bisciotti.
While most of the NFL world focused on Jameis Winston’s Pro Day on Tuesday, the Ravens were more interested in Connecticut cornerback Bryon Jones’ pro day.