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Ravens will stick to tried, true philosophy
Ravens will stick to tried, true philosophy

There might not be a more important time of the season to use the term "play like a Raven." Ever since the Ravens were bold in trading for a second No. 1 pick and drafting University of California quarterback Kyle Boller in 2003, they have backed off in attempts to make a big splash, and instead have gone with solid and consistent players. That philosophy won't change Thursday night in the opening round of the draft. It makes sense because the Ravens have consistently picked in the second half of the first round since 2003, when they selected linebacker Terrell Suggs with the 10th overall pick, and then selected Boller at No. 19 after trading second (2003) and...

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