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Chances that the Ravens draft a defensive back in first three rounds

High. The Ravens are pretty comfortable with their cornerback depth, but there is a very good chance that they take a safety early in the draft. Despite signing former first-round pick Michael Huff (pictured) and bringing back veteran James Ihedigbo, the Ravens remain thin on experienced safeties as their two starters last season -- Ed Reed and Bernard Pollard -- are no longer in the organization. The good news for them is that there are several talented safeties in the draft and a couple of them should still be available when the Ravens are on the clock at pick No. 32.Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun