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Ravens finally address receiver in third round

OWINGS MILLS – Months after All-Pro wide receiver Terrell Owens' noisy departure in a nullified trade, hours after a horde of receivers soared off draft boards, the Baltimore Ravens addressed their most pressing need.<br><br> The Ravens drafted Washington State junior wide receiver Devard Darling in the third round Saturday night with the 82nd overall selection after trading the 88th pick and a fifth-round choice (155th) to the Minnesota Vikings.<br>

Darling, whose identical twin brother, Devaughn, collapsed and died during a conditioning drill at Florida State three years ago, is known for his big-play capabilities. He transferred after his brother's death, and has been given a clean bill of health by the Ravens' medical staff. Regarded as something of a developmental prospect who may require some assembly, Darling is unlikely to qualify as... Recommended Stories