The Ravens traded wide receiver Mark Clayton to the St. Louis Rams on Monday. He was the last player remaining from the team's 2005 draft.
First round: Mark Clayton, WR. Never developed into the Ravens' No. 1 target. He scored 12 touchdowns in five seasons. Still, Matt Jones was selected before him.
Second round: Dan Cody, OLB. Knee injuries limited his NFL career to two games (and one tackle). He was released during the 2008 preseason.
Second round: Adam Terry, OT. Lacked the toughness to lock down a spot on the offensive line. He started 18 in five seasons. Terry was cut by Indianapolis following training camp and is currently with San Diego.
Fourth round: Jason Brown, C. The best player of this draft class. He truly found his niche as the Ravens' center in 2008 before striking it rich in free agency. Brown became the highest-paid center in the NFL when he signed a five-year, $37.5 million contract with St. Louis in 2009.
Fifth round: Justin Green, FB. He no longer had a role on the Ravens after the team drafted Le'Ron McClain in 2007. He bounced around to the New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals.
Sixth round: Derek Anderson, QB. The Ravens tried to sneak him onto the practice squad in September 2005, but the Cleveland Browns picked him up. Anderson became a Pro Bowl quarterback in 2007 before struggling for two seasons. Signing with Arizona this offseason, he beat out Matt Leinart for the starting job.
Seventh round: Mike Smith, LB. He played 14 games in three seasons. Smith reached an injury settlement before the 2008 training camp and never caught on anywhere else.
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