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Ravens sign three rookies on Wednesday, five left

Second round draft pick Torrey Smith will be all set for training camp right away.

The Baltimore Ravens came to a contract agreement with three of their eight draft picks on Wednesday.

Second-round draft selection Torrey Smith, a wide receiver that the Ravens are hoping will provide the offense with a much needed playmaker in the receiving corp., was the first draft pick to agree to a deal, agreeing to a four-year contract.

Fourth-round selection Tandon Doss, another wide receiver, agreed to a deal, as has sixth-round selection, Tyrod Taylor, a quarterback out of Virginia Tech. No terms of either deal has been announced.

The Ravens have yet to come to any agreement with their first round selection Jimmy Smith, who may have been the best overall cornerback in the draft, offensive tackle Jah Reid, who they are hoping will be able to compete for the right tackle job, cornerback Chykie Brown, defensive end Pernell McPhee, who was the first Raven to show up after the lockout ended, and running back Anthony Allen.

The first training camp practice is Thursday at 1 p.m. and more rookies are expected to sign before then.

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