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The Ravens made a draft-day trade with the Patriots and bolstered their offensive line with OT Michael Oher. Find out what Adam Schein thinks of Baltimore's 2009 draft.
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Are honestly thought that Michael -- it was going to be a top eleven player in the 2009 NFL draft that was pretty confident about it everybody -- talked around the league. Was pretty confident about it -- spending time -- my goal or the Friday before the draft. His thought he was a sure fire top eleven guy. So all the more against him late in around the war. Baltimore trades up for a couple of spots to make sure that they get to the outstanding tackle at all managed early -- them. There's a reason why Ozzie Newsome and -- the past. These guys with the Baltimore Ravens there's simply put it some of the best in the business take a look at the history since Ozzy he's been there in Baltimore these guys know how to run a war room and the fact that they get or who instantly starts at right tackle on opening day and they get him so late in the first round. I can't even it rats how brilliant pick daisies and think about it you'll have gave -- left tackle. Or at right tackle or eventually I think. Can't beat your left tackle Cam Cameron talked to him on my serious out of our radio draft covered show he was all pumped up out of the -- quarter of the Baltimore Ravens. I have like a running back here and that they got in around six. There's no reason why the Baltimore Ravens are the Baltimore Ravens it always starts on draft day.