Outlook: The Ravens have drafted at least one defensive lineman in eight consecutive drafts and two of them in four of the past seven. They've also selected a defensive lineman within the first three rounds in four straight drafts. They believe in maintaining a deep rotation along their defensive front so it's probably not a matter of if they draft a defensive lineman, but a matter of when even though it's not a glaring need. Urban and Kaufusi could help offset the loss of Guy to the New England Patriots, and Pierce, Davis and Henry could all factor in making up for the loss of Jernigan. However, the Ravens could use another interior pass rusher because Jernigan was the best one they had. They're also always looking to solidify their run defense with another space eater up front. The bet here is the Ravens don't pick a defensive lineman until the fourth round or later, but if a player like McDowell falls, Newsome has shown he won't hesitate to pull the trigger on a talented defensive lineman with some effort questions.