Since the Ravens arrived in Baltimore in 1996, they have gone into the draft with nine or more selections in five different years. They are expected to make it six this offseason. Their most draft picks was 12 in 1997.
Here is a refresher on what they did in each of those drafts:
1996: The Ravens entered this draft with 10 picks, including a pair of first-rounders after a deal with the
1997: For a second straight year, the Ravens entered the draft with double-digit draft picks (12). Despite making three trades during the draft, the Ravens still ended up selecting 12 players, including outside linebacker
2002: The Ravens came into this draft with 10 picks, including the No. 24 pick overall, eventually used to draft a rangy free safety from Miami named
2003: This time, the Ravens had 11 picks when the draft began. They took outside linebacker