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  1. Perfect example of how Cowboys blew it on Lucky Whitehead comes days laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Sporting News

    ... They underachieve. They literally fall down a flight of steps (not to focus solely on the Ravens, but remember Sergio Kindle?). They're derailed by all sorts of problems, in and out of their control. Someone then comes out of nowhere to fill the ...

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  2. 3 reasons you can't call Kenneth Dixon a bustRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | EbonyBird

    ... are uncontrollable and therefore not something you can blame players for. There are exceptions to every rule. Sergio Kindle for example was a knucklehead whose injury was self inflicted, far away from the football field. Kindle was a bust because he ...

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  3. Mike Preston: Ravens need to draft a pass rusher in second round to complement SuggsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2017 | The Maryland Gazette

    ... out of Boise State and he couldn't even get on the field. Since 2010, they have taken other linebackers like Sergio Kindle and Arthur Brown and neither panned out. Today, the Ravens have to find someone to complement Terrell Suggs as a pass rusher, ...

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  4. Mike Preston: Jobs will be on the line if the Ravens don't have a successful draftRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2017 | The Maryland Gazette

    ... Oklahoma outside linebacker Dan Cody. Once you throw in Syracuse offensive tackle Adam Terry , linebackers Sergio Kindle (Texas) and Arthur Brown (Kansas State), maybe the Ravens should just trade out of the round every year. Even the second-round ...

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  5. Who was the worst draft pick by the Ravens?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2017 | Baltimore Beatdown

    ... Staff's worst four draft picks in Ravens history. The hot debate between the staff was about Michael Oher and Sergio Kindle. Some writers felt that Kindle was not a bust because of fluke incidents, while other writers disregarded the circumstances ...

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  6. Mel Kiper re-grades the Ravens 2016 NFL DraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Baltimore Beatdown

    ... in that same draft with Brandon Williams , Ricky Wagner, and Kyle Juczscyk. The 2010 draft was highlighted by Sergio Kindle , Terrance Cody, and Ed Dickson. While the team got C.J. Mosley and Timmy Jernigan with their first two selections in 2014, ...

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  7. Will Tim Williams off-field issues keep the Ravens from drafting him?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2017 | Baltimore Beatdown

    ... prove to be a gamble. Williams is as close to a "red flag" prospect the Ravens would have to deal with since Sergio Kindle. They have shown in the past to be willing to draft prospects with murky backgrounds. Williams would bring tremendous dynamism ...

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  8. Top five players the Baltimore Ravens missed out onRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2017 | Sports Media 101

    ... ning , Philadelphia Eagles , Pittsburgh Steelers , Ravens , Ray Rice , Ronnie Stanley , San Francisco 49'ers , Sergio Kindle , STEVE SMITH , Super Bowl , Terrell Owens , Terrell Suggs , Terrence Cody , Tom Brady , Tom Zbikowski

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  9. Looking back at the Ravens Harbaugh Era draftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2017 | Baltimore Beatdown

    ... Super Bowl. 2010 was a terrible draft for Baltimore. They traded out of their first round pick and selected Sergio Kindle . In the second round, Baltimore selected Terrance Cody. The bonus pick here was Dennis Pitta in the fourth round. I won't to ...

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  10. Grading The Baltimore Ravens 2016 Rookie Draft ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2017 | EbonyBird

    ... have payed off like Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Terrell Suggs. But there also have been busts like Sergio Kindle, Terrance Cody, and Matt Elam. Sometimes you can never tell how a player will turn out, no matter how much scouting you have ...

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