The draft has been over less than a week. And already, the Ravens reportedly have deals with the majority of their 10 selections.
The club has come to terms with fullback Kyle Juszczyk, a fourth-round pick from Harvard, Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com reported Thursday evening. Juszczyk caught 52 passes for 706 yards and eight TDs in his senior season with the Crimson.
According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have also reached deals with Colorado State-Pueblo center Ryan Jensen (selected in Round Six) and California cornerback Marc Anthony (Round Seven). Both figure to vie for reserve roles. (Wilson also reported Juszczyk’s signing.)
All contracts for players selected after Round One are for four years, per the collective bargaining agreement between NFL owners and players.
Also Thursday, the Sun‘s Wilson reported Baltimore came to terms with offensive lineman Ricky Wagner (Round Five), defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore (Round Six) and wide receiver Aaron Mellette (Round Seven).
The Ravens’ other draft picks are safety Matt Elam (Round One), linebacker Arthur Brown (Round Two), defensive lineman Brandon Williams (Round Three) and outside linebacker John Simon (Round Four).