The 2011 NFL Draft just got a little stranger, with the Baltimore Ravens failing to make their No. 26-overall pick and passing the baton to the Kansas City Chiefs, who selected Jonathan Baldwin with it. Baldwin, a player with nearly as much physical talent as Julio Jones and A.J. Green, has received poor grades for his drive and competitiveness, as well as run-ins with his coach while at Pitt.
Matt Cassel and the Chiefs often found themselves with little in the way of passing options besides Dwayne Bowe, who figures to appreciate some help downfield on offense a year after leading the NFL in receiving touchdowns. Their second and third-best receivers last year were a tight end and running back Jamaal Charles, so Baldwin will probably find himself learning on the job.
Picking 27th, the Baltimore Ravens did manage to get a pick in. So unless Baldwin was the object of their desires—no harm, no delay of game foul.