This year’s Ravens draft class was their smallest since 2009, when they also selected just six players. It was nearly half the size of last year’s haul, which featured 11 players, many of whom played meaningful snaps and will do so again this year.
In other words, the impact of this year’s class will be different — but different doesn’t necessarily mean insignificant.
“We don’t see a lot of big, glaring holes, and we have solutions as well still out there in free agency, potentially,” Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said Saturday. “So, if you’re not going to have a lot of picks, this is probably the year to not have picks. We were able to fortify.”
To that point, the Ravens’ depth chart in some positions — quarterback, running back, fullback, tight end,…
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