Ozzie Newsome is one of the most respected general managers in NFL history. He has drafted hall of fame players, built two Super Bowl teams and built many great Baltimore Ravens teams. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame for being one of the greatest tight ends of all time. The former Browns tight end has been just as great at being a general manager.
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Newsome has gotten a lot of flack over the years. I’ve learned to trust Newsome because more often than not he is right. How many times have Ravens fans gotten all up in arms about something, only to see it work out exactly how Newsome has planned. Newsome has a very good history but it is not perfect.
Let’s examine the draft history of the long time Ravens general manager. What patterns can we see? Through the ups and the downs, we’re about to go through the entire draft history of Ozzie Newsome and company.
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