Ravens still shopping in NFL draft

OWINGS MILLS -- The Baltimore Ravens addressed their needs at wide receiver, outside linebacker and offensive tackle during the first day of the NFL draft.

That leaves cornerback, safety, running back and quarterback atop the Ravens' agenda for today's final four rounds.

After drafting wide receiver Mark Clayton, outside linebacker/defensive end Dan Cody, offensive tackle Adam Terry and trading a sixth-round selection Saturday, Baltimore has these remaining draft picks: fourth round (124th overall); fifth round (158th overall); sixth round (213th overall) and seventh round (234th overall).

"We will continue to try to build the depth of our football team," Baltimore general manager Ozzie Newsome said. "We've got some age at defensive back, at corner, and we could use some more safeties.

"There are still some areas that we could attack and our board is still setting very well for us in the fourth round to be able to come away with a good football player."

NOTE: The Ravens hosted more than 16,000 fans Saturday at their annual spring football festival at M&T Bank Stadium.

As well as a being a long time contributor to RavensInsider, Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times in Westminster Maryland.

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