The Ravens, like the Bears, have wasted little time striking deals with draft picks.
Baltimore has reached contract agreements with Wisconsin offensive lineman Ricky Wagner and Elon (N.C.) University wide receiver Aaron Mellette, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported Thursday. Wagner was a fifth-round pick, with Mellette a seventh-round selection.
Earlier, Wilson reported the Ravens had come to terms with Notre Dame defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore, a sixth-round pick.
The Bears, who have agreed with four of their six picks, are the only other NFL team known to have reached deals with drafted rookies. The Ravens made 10 picks in the 2013 NFL Draft, with at least one pick in each round.
Wagner (6-6, 308) could be tried at tackle and guard, Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta said after the draft. He played right and left tackle for the Badgers.
Mellette (6-2, 217) caught 97 passes for 1,398 yards and 18 touchdowns for Elon in 2012.