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Ravens: 'Our picks were value picks'

Ravens: 'Our picks were value picks'

When the Ravens made the last of their seven picks right around 4 p.m. Saturday, one of their most anticlimactic draft days in recent history ended, and one of the most uncharacteristic drafts of general manager Ozzie Newsome's tenure was over.

After selecting four defensive players over the first two rounds, the Ravens finished the proceedings Saturday by adding two offensive linemen – fourth-round San Diego State guard/center Nico Siragusa (no relation to Tony) and fifth-round Texas A&M tackle Jermaine Eluemunor – and sixth-round Virginia Tech safety Chuck Clark.

With those selections, the Ravens exited a draft for the first time in franchise history without drafting a...