The Ravens selected LSU LB Patrick Queen with the 28th pick of the NFL Draft. Queen started just 16 games over his 3 seasons with the Tigers and didn't even open 2019 as a starter. He looked impressive after stepping in for suspended LB Michael Divinity, though, and then delivered a 90th-percentile speed score for the position. Queen goes to a Baltimore defense in desperate need of ILBs and should start right away. That makes up for the lack of college production in projecting him to the NFL. He'll land high in our rookie-draft IDP rankings and figures to be a redraft factor in 2020.
Ravens LB Patrick Queen is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals. He's dealing with a thigh injury that knocked him out early in last week's game, but he returned after some time on the sideline. Queen also put in limited practices all week. We'll see about his status Sunday morning.
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