The Ravens have never selected a pure center higher than 92nd overall in the NFL draft.
They’ve used first-round picks on guards and tackles, inside linebackers and edge rushers, running backs and quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends. But never on the specialist at the heart of the offensive line who calls out signals and snaps the ball.
Could that change in 2019?
The Ravens don’t need a center, strictly speaking. Matt Skura is an affordable, durable player who proved he could handle the position in his first chance as a full-time starter last...