Look at this picture. Just look at it. Then laugh as you realize that Javier Arenas is a Division I FBS football player- a corner, but still a hell of an athlete. Terrence "Mount" Cody is basically two of Javier Arenas.
The Ravens lost their third and fourth round picks in the Anquan Boldin trade- robbery in and of itself to get a player of his caliber for that price- and then on draft day Ozzie Newsome did it again. The Broncos traded second, third, and fourth round selections- all of which were higher than the Ravens' original selections in those rounds—to Baltimore for the No. 25 overall pick- don't worry, the guy they picked makes an appearance in this slide show.
With the pick they got from the Broncos in round 2, the Ravens picked Texas OLB Sergio Kindle, who was projected to go in the first round. He's a classic tweener who the Ravens will rotate with Terrell Suggs and Jarret Johnson, and a great athlete. Don't forget the Ravens also have last year's second round pick, Paul Kruger, still waiting in the wings. The pass rush should be much improved this year.
And then the Ravens selected this mountain of a man. They already are one of the best run defense teams in the league, in large part thanks to Pro Bowler Haloti Ngata on the line. The Ravens did lose Dwan Edwards and Justin Bannan in free agency, so adding depth along the DL was a priority- and in fact they likely added a starter at NT. This was a statement pick by the Ravens: you will not run the ball against us.
To get two guys like this in Round Two is a classic Ozzie Newsome draft and yet again and I couldn't be more excited to be a Ravens fan right now.