With their 2016 season coming to an end, the Ravens learned where they will be selecting in the 2017 NFL draft.
Falling to 8-8 after their 27-10 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday, Baltimore will own the 16th pick in the first round of the draft, which will take place in Philadelphia beginning April 27. The Ravens selected left tackle Ronnie Stanley with the sixth overall pick of last year’s draft.
The Ravens’ list of 2017 opponents was also finalized on Sunday, but dates for games will not be released until the full regular-season schedule is announced in April. In addition to their divisional games, Baltimore will play the AFC South and the NFC North next season as well as the second-place teams from the AFC East (Miami) and AFC West (Oakland).
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