Baltimore Ravens Top Ten Draft Pick Busts of All Time
By Ed Bandell
Apr 26, 2013; New York, NY, USA; NFL former player Jonathan Ogden announces the number fifty-six overall pick to the Baltimore Ravens during the 2013 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports
The Baltimore Ravens have had their share of draft pick successes. The mantra in Baltimore; “In Ozzie we Trust,”has been cultivated due to the belief that GM Ozzie Newsome can and will improve the team through the NFL Draft. While we have seen the selections of stars and superstars such as Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis, and Ed Reed this article will focus on the players who didn’t quite live up to expectations.
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My criteria are that the player must have been a first round or second round selection. The player in question for whatever reason did not live up to potential at all or at least in their time with the Ravens. I’ve tried to rank the players in order of importance or what was expected of them compared to what they delivered. I look forward to your comments or perhaps your own lists. Here are the Baltimore Ravens top ten draft busts of all time, plus a couple of honorable mentions.