Ravens needs: Even with their "Best Player Available" it's hard to envision the Ravens using one of their top three draft picks on a running back unless Willis McGahee is involved in some kind of trade prior to the draft, which now seems unlikely despite the fact that McGahee will make $3.6 million salary in the final year of his contract. Although McGahee may not enjoy splitting carries with Ray Rice, or even backing him up, at this point in his career, the arrangement worked out well for the Ravens in 2009. Running back is an important position for depth, since they take perhaps the most punishment of any position, but even Le'Ron McClain -- who has now been to two straight Pro Bowls as a fullback -- gives the Ravens another threat to run the ball if one of their tailbacks goes down. Despite some concerns about his size, Rice established himself as one of the best running backs in the league this past season, and he should get even better going in forward. It's close to 100 percent certainty that McGahee won't be in Baltimore beyond this season, so at some point the Ravens will need to search for someone who can spell Rice, but 2011 (presuming the lockout doesn't happen) seems like a better time to address it.