The Ravens inked eight of their 12 draft picks before their rookie minicamp ended.
Baltimore’s fourth- through seventh-round picks all signed, giving the team a good jump start on having the entire rookie class under contract.
The list includes fourth-round cornerback Anthony Averett, fourth-round linebacker Kenny Young, fourth-round wide receiver Jaleel Scott, fifth-round wide receiver Jordan Lasley, sixth-round safety DeShon Elliott, sixth-round tackle Greg Senat, sixth-round center Bradley Bozeman and seventh-round defensive end Zach Sieler.
They are all four-year deals and are generally easier to get done because they are slotted according to the collective bargaining agreement’s terms.
The Ravens still need to get their two first-rounds picks, tight end Hayden Hurst and quarterback Lamar Jackson, and two third-round selections, offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and tight end Mark Andrews, under contract.
Jackson’s contract negotiations are unique because he has opted not to hire an agent, instead having his mother (and manager), Felicia Jones, represent him.