One day after making three Day One trades, general manager Ozzie Newsome made two more deals, giving up the first pick in the third round but acquiring three additional picks in the process. However, it appears that the young signal-caller isn't lacking in confidence as a would-be National Football League rookie who has yet to play a down in the pros, as he's excited to be in Baltimore, and eager to lead the Ravens back to championship glory at the Super Bowl.
Brown's father, Orlando "Zeus" Brown, was a behemoth 6-foot-7, 360-pound tackle who started 80 games across six seasons in Baltimore.
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That's right, even the current champions have a few areas in need of improvement, and even though it was great to see Philadelphia earn additional draft picks, it was a little frustrating to see them miss out numerous key players. "That's why we went and got the receivers, that's why we got the tight end [Hayden Hurst], to give Joe some help".
The Eagles got the second-round pick from the Baltimore Ravens and could use it to land a running back, offensive lineman, pass rusher or cornerback. Greg Roman, the Ravens tight ends coach, will have a field day with this newly revamped offense.
"Another long day", Newsome said after his work was done. But DeCosta said this year's board skews toward the offense, with more overall talent on that side of the ball.
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