As you know, the
The Ravens almost always hit on their first-rounders, even late ones. But what can they expect at pick No. 29?
Looking backward at the past 10 drafts from 2011 to 2002 (which, not-so-coincidentally, was the first season the league had 32 teams and therefore 32 first-round picks), there have been many notable players taken with the 29th pick, including two players who were selected to at least one
The list includes Pro Bowl guard
Here’s a little more (recent) history. The Ravens tried to acquire the No. 29 pick in a draft-day trade with the
Let's take a quick look at how each of the past 10 players drafted with the 29th pick have fared in the NFL.
2007: OG Ben Grubbs. Grubbs started 70 games for the Ravens since G.M.
2005: CB Marlin Jackson. Jackson started 32 games for the Indianapolis Colts and won a Super Bowl. The Ravens were interested in him in 2010, but he signed in Philadelphia before another knee injury ended his career.