Worst pick: The Ravens chose Sergio Kindle out of the Texas in the second round, the No. 43 pick overall, in the 2010 draft. General manager Ozzie Newsome selected Kindle despite Kindle's knee problems and several off-field issues. Kindle, though, was still an All-American and the Ravens thought he would develop into an outstanding pass rusher. But an omen came early when Kindle fell down two flights of stairs at his home in Austin, Texas, on July 25, shortly before training camp opened. He was later diagnosed with a fractured skull and didn't play his rookie season. In fact, during his 2 1/2-year career, Kindle registered only one tackle despite coach John Harbaugh giving him every opportunity to play. But when Kindle missed a team flight to Cleveland on Dec. 23 in the 2011 season, it was the beginning of the end and Harbaugh and the Ravens cut him in January of 2013.