Even after ending a largely miserable season with a 5-11 record, there is still one small glimmer of hope for the beleaguered Baltimore Ravens.
The team will have the sixth pick in this year’s NFL draft, their highest selection in 16 years. That high-ish draft pick gives the team the opportunity to fill some holes left on the team’s roster by players who left the team, got injured, or just didn’t live up to expectations this year.
ESPN has identified the team’s three key positional needs (cornerback, pass rusher, offensive tackle) and offered some suggestions about promising players who might fill those roles.
The draft begins on April 28.
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