Which teams fared the best -- and worst -- in this year's draft? Mel Kiper runs through all 32 teams' classes.
Sure, Christian McCaffrey and Jamal Adams were amazing picks, but so were a few late-round QBs and even a Division II TE.
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Here is the Ravens' 2017 draft class: First round: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama Second round: Tyus Bowser, OLB, Houston Third round: Chris Wormley, DE Michigan Third round: Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama Fourth round: Nico Siragusa, G San Diego State Fifth round: Jermaine Eluemunor, OT, Texas A&M Sixth round: Chuck Clark, S Virginia Tech
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said he will look to add a wide receiver after not adding one in the draft or free agency. But he pointed out that Baltimore didn't address the void at inside linebacker in last year's draft and that spot was eventually filled by Zach Orr, who was already on the roster. "We have to give our own players every opportunity to compete and win jobs before we start scouring the waiver wire or do things," Newsome said.
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome on whether the team administered a polygraph test to Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley: "What I would say, a representative of the Ravens suggested to the representative of Conley, had they considered having a polygraph test. That was the extent of it." Conley, who was later drafted by the Raiders in the first round, was accused by a woman of raping her in a Cleveland hotel earlier this month.
After making the final pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome declared: "No doubt in my mind we have improved this football team."
It's easy to sum up the 2017 draft for the Ravens: defense and offensive line. Baltimore selected five defensive players and two offensive linemen. The biggest question mark on the Ravens is at wide receiver. Only two receivers currently on the roster (Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman) had double-digit catches last season.
Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and Chris Sprow discuss rookie who will have the biggest immediate impact, the draft's best sleepers and more.
Rookie RB Leonard Fournette has given the Jaguars no reason to doubt his ability to excell as a receiver out of the backfield.
Bill Polian believes it's time to allow Christian Hackenberg to be the Jets quarterback because he should know the playbook by now.
Damien Woody's only concern with Brandon Marshall adjusting with the Giants is how he will handle being the No. 2 wide receiver behind Odell Beckham Jr.
It's clear Detroit sees Davis as the middle linebacker of the future, while Kenny Golladay has the build and athleticism to become a big-play threat.
Tedy Bruschi is looking forward to the Week 11 matchup between Seattle's linebackers and Atlanta's running backs.
Former Bengals star Chad Johnson, who became known for his post-TD antics, said that the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell recently sought his advice regarding the league's new rules on end zone celebrations.