The clock ran out on the Ravens at No. 26, and they didn’t turn their pick in. Kansas City turned its pick in right away and got WR Jonathan Baldwin from Pitt. The Ravens, who reportedly were in trade discussions with the Bears until the last moment, then took CB Jimmy Smith from Colorado at 27.
Then the Patriots traded the 28th pick to New Orleans, and the Saints grabbed RB Mark Ingram, former Heisman winner from Alabama.
Four picks left in the first round — two from the NFC North in the Bears (29) and Packers (32).
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