Top 8 Biggest NFL Draft steals in Baltimore Ravens history

These players show how good the Ravens are at drafting
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4. Mark Andrews (No. 86 overall, 2018)

Andrews had some doubters despite a fantastic career at Oklahoma. Due to how he was used, many wondered if his inability to become a high-end blocker would overshadow his amazing receiving skills. With Andrews heading into 2024 as a featured passing option yet again, it seems as though he's doing just fine.

Andrews is already third in Ravens history in receiving yards, and there's a chance that he could surpass Todd Heap and Derrick Mason atop their all-time list in the 2024 or 2025 seasons. Lamar Jackson's MVP seasons have both been made easier by Andrews' presence over the middle.

Mark Andrews was a steal for the Baltimore Ravens

3. Marshal Yanda (No. 86 overall, 2007)

Pick No. 86 has been kind to Baltimore, as Yanda went from Iowa to a starting role with the Ravens almost immediately. By the end of his 13-year career, Yanda piled up so many accolades that some will wonder if he ends his football journey with a gold jacket and a bust in Canton.

Yanda has eight Pro Bowls and seven All-Pro teams (two First-Team) in his career, choosing to retire on top after another All-Pro year at age 35. Yanda started more games (166) than the combined number of NFL games played between the next four players picked after him (155).