• Ravens, Cowboys to flip coin Wednesday morning for first-round draft position

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Feb 19, 2014
    The Ravens and Dallas Cowboys will flip a coin Wednesday morning at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis to determine their first-round draft position. The coin flip occurred Wednesday morning at the NFL draft combine in Indianapolis. “We’re not going to go cut our wrists if we don’t win the coin flip,” he said. The winner of the coin flip will get the 16th overall selection of the first round with the loser drafting 17th overall. Since the Cowboys and Ravens finished with identical 8-8 records and .484 strength of schedule numbers, they’ll flip for the 16th and 17th spot in the draft. The Ravens will have the No. 17 pick. The Cowboys could use the help, as they’re still tight enough in cap space that they won’t be players in free agency.
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      With the Dallas Cowboys winning a coin flip with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday morning to pick No. 16 overall in May's NFL draft, the team better upgrade the defense. The last time the Cowboys selected at No. 16 was 1961 when the team drafted lineba…
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    • Cowboys win toss with Ravens for the 16th spot in draft

      The Cowboys have won the toss, and will not defer. The league announced that the Cowboys won this morning’s flip with the Ravens for draft position, held in Indianapolis. That means the Cowboys will pick 16th in the first round, and the Ravens 17th, and…
    • Ravens and Cowboys will flip for the 16th pick today

      Evaluating the prospects isn’t the only draft business happening in Indianapolis this week. This morning, the order will be finalized. Since the Cowboys and Ravens finished with identical 8-8 records and .484 strength of schedule numbers, they’ll flip f…

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