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Mike Preston: Ravens might've gotten up to speed in weapons department

Mike Preston: Ravens might've gotten up to speed in weapons department

Only time will determine the impact of the 2019 NFL draft, but it was clear over the weekend that the Ravens wanted to improve their offensive speed, get second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson more weapons and they have a preference for Oklahoma players.

The Ravens appear to have upgraded because they attempted to fill needs at wide receiver, edge rusher and on the offensive line. It would be easier to grade their class if the team had a pick in the top 10 of each round, but the Ravens were at No. 22 overall in the first round and didn’t have a pick in the second.

A top-10 pick in each of the first three rounds virtually guarantees two starters, and a third-round selection...

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