Maryland's OWINGS MILLS (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens had to wait more than 50 picks on the second night of the NFL draft before it was their turn.
Even if that was upsetting, at least they understood why it was happening.
Due to this, they only made one selection on Friday night—Clemson linebacker Trenton Simpson, who was picked at number 86 overall in the third round.
The Ravens acknowledged that they saw many excellent potential picks pass by the wayside, but many teams like to act as though they were surprised that the player they ultimately selected was still available.
We probably had seven or eight names at one point, early in the third round," DeCosta said. And at the conclusion, we had one. You then choose the best player. What we do is that.
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