Ravens General Manager finally Admits his guilty

Ravens General Manager Admits 49ers Made Excellent Draft Pick

It appears like the Baltimore Ravens attempted to select a wide receiver early in this year’s NFL Draft.

49ers first-round receiver Ricky Pearsall was a “sleeper” for Baltimore, according to Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta.
DeCosta told the Baltimore reporters, “I thought he was a guy that we might get that was a sleeper for us at some point.”
With the thirty-first overall pick, the franchise selected Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins, while San Francisco selected Pearsall with the following pick.

Although they obviously wanted to add someone sooner, Baltimore eventually selected receiver Devontez Walker of North Carolina in the fourth round.

The team lost receivers Devin Duvernay and Odell Beckham Jr. to new teams this offseason.

At receiver, they needed to add additional depth.

Walker’s pick in the fourth round was essential.

Rashod Bateman, Nelson Agholor, Walker, Deonte Harty, and Tylan Wallace now make up their core.

Consider their pass-catching unit in the same light as the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Ravens feature an excellent tight end in All-Pro Mark Andrews, who is complemented by a number of solid role players.

In order to help replace J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, who are both on the roster, the team also signed Derrick Henry, one of the greatest running backs of this age, to a two-year contract worth $16 million this offseason.

With two-time MVP Lamar Jackson leading this team, look for the Ravens to still be a dangerous team, even if they didn’t get who they wanted in the draft.

 

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