OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) - The Baltimore Ravens have selected Notre Dame defensive Kapron Lewis-Moore with the first of their two sixth-round picks in the NFL draft.
The 6-foot-4, 298-pound Lewis-Moore was taken with the 200th overall pick. The Super Bowl champions also had a compensatory pick at No. 203.
It might be a while before Lewis-Moore can play for Baltimore, because he tore his right ACL in the national championship game against Alabama. He missed part of his junior year with a knee injury but returned to shine for the Irish in 2012.
Earlier Saturday, the Ravens selected Ohio State defensive end John Simon, Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk and Wisconsin offensive lineman Ricky Wagner.
Baltimore has two picks in the seventh round - at Nos. 238 and 247.

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