The annual NFL draft always brings pressure to the front office, and that is true now more than ever for the Ravens.
It's possible that there has not been as much significance on getting it right since the team's first draft in 1996. More than 20 years ago, it was about finding players who could become cornerstones. The Ravens found them in two Hall of Fame players, left offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden and middle linebacker Ray Lewis.
Now, the Ravens need to find two or three players who can contribute right away. They have to fill four or five starting positions by the time the 2017 regular season opens on Sept. 10 in Cincinnati.
And if they can't find them and they...