The draft order for all of the AFC North teams is finally set. With their loss in the AFC Championship Game, the Baltimore Ravens are set to draft 29th overall.
The Cleveland Browns select fourth and 22nd (which came from the Falcons in the Julio Jones draft-day trade from last season). The Cincinnati Bengals pick at 17th (which came from the Raiders in the Carson Palmer trade) and 21st. The Pittsburgh Steelers have the 24th selection.
The Ravens are used to drafting near the bottom of the first round. This marks the fourth time in the past six drafts that they have the 23rd or lower in the first round. Last year, Baltimore used the 27th overall selection on cornerback Jimmy Smith.