2010 NFL Draft: Baltimore Ravens Should Plan Upgrade at Cornerback and Tight End

March 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Less than a month remains until the 2010 NFL Draft is under way.
Over the past month, stocks have been rising and falling with the NFL Combine and Pro Day workouts occurring.
The Baltimore Ravens' draft plans did change drastically with the acquisition of Anquan Boldin. In the deal, a top receiver was added to this offense, which now looks to be one of the better units in the league.
With that, a receiver is no longer a priority within the first two rounds of the draft.
The biggest needs that lie ahead are at the cornerback and tight end positions, with the defensive line just making the cut.
The cornerbacks of the Ravens took a beating toward their playoff run last season. Losing two of their starters to injuries in Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb, questions still loom about their health.
Will both of them be ready for training camp? If so, how much of an impact can they make on this defense?
The top corner in the draft, Joe Haden, will surely b...

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