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2010 NFL Draft Picks: Baltimore Ravens Selections – Results

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Throughout the three days of the NFL draft, we will be updating this page for the Baltimore Ravens every night to give you analysis for the picks they took. On Thursday NFL teams will only select players in the first round of the draft. On Friday, they will all select their second and third round picks.

Saturday each team will finish of its draft by selecting players through rounds four to seven. Enjoy the draft and come back here later to see our take on players selected for the Baltimore Ravens.

Before The Draft: The Baltimore Ravens addressed their biggest need as they traded for Anquan Boldin this offseason. Now this team needs to add more depth on defense to make a serious run for the Super Bowl.

Second Round

43. Ravens Select: LB Sergio Kindle – This is a great move for the Ravens as they add another play making LB on this dangerous defense. Ravens defense will be scary again.

57. Ravens Select: DT Terrence Cody – Wow!! Cody with Ngata on the inside!!! The Ravens will role in 2010 as Ray Lewis will kick butt this season.

Rounds Three – Seven

Round 3. 70. Ravens: TE Ed Dickson – Nice pick to add depth behind the aging tight end Todd Heap.

Round 4, Pick 16 (114) Dennis Pitta TE – Another talent tight end in Pitta as this kid probably has the best hands of all the tight ends taken in this draft. With Pitta and Dickson, Heaps days are numbers as the aging verteran may not be around after this season.

Round 5, Pick 25 (156) David Reed WR

Round 5, Pick 26 (157) Art Jones DT

Round 6, Pick 25 (194) Ramon Harewood OT

NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas:

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