The Ravens have already agreed to terms with four of their nine draft picks.
That includes four-year contracts for third-round tight end Crockett Gillmore, fifth-round center-guard John Urschel, sixth-round quarterback Keith Wenning and seventh-round wide receiver Michael Campanaro.
Gillmore's deal is worth $2.906 million, including a $606,376 signing bonus.
Urschel's deal is worth $2.364 million, including a $144,560 signing bonus.
Wenning's deal is worth $2.324 million, including a $104,072 signing bonus.
Campanaro's deal is worth $2.287 million, including a $67,500 signing bonus.
The Ravens have been in touch with all of their draft picks and vice president of football administration Pat Moriarty has expressed a desire to make quick work of the rookie contracts, which are slotted deals under the NFL collective bargaining agreement.