2010 FC NFL Mock Draft: At No. 25, the Baltimore Ravens Select…

March 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the blockbuster acquisition of former Cardinals wide receiver Anquan Boldin, coupled with the arrival of oft-maligned Donte Stallworth, the inconsistent Ravens passing game should find itself in much better shape in 2010.
The backfield is already one of the league's best. Against New England in last year's playoffs, Ray Rice proved that he is in the same class as Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew, often considered the NFL's most versatile back.
While the offense continues to get younger and more explosive, the record-setting defense is beginning to show signs of wear. Future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed has been contemplating retirement all offseason. The face of the organization, Ray Lewis, is entering his 15th season, and while he's been able stave off the dreaded mid-30's decline so far, with each passing game, the end draws closer.
As hard as it to accept for Ravens fans, it may be time to overhaul the Ravens defense. With a defensive line anchored by ...

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