Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 3/70 -- Ed Dickson, TE, 6-4, 250, Oregon, Dickson has the chance to become the heir apparent to Todd Heap, whose career has been on the decline. One of the best pass-catching tight ends in the draft, Dickson has the speed to stretch defenses. His lack of bulk will hurt him as a blocker. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Ed Dickson News
09/07/13 - TE Ed Dickson dropped four of five passes thrown to him, catching one.
09/04/13 - TE Ed Dickson is listed as probable, which continues positive developments with his activity level in practice and the fact that he has suffered no setbacks since partially tearing his right hamstring during training camp.
09/03/13 - TE Ed Dickson (partially torn right hamstring) has recovered to participate fully and is set to play Thursday.
08/26/13 - TE Ed Dickson has returned to practice after suffering a slightly torn right hamstring.
08/19/13 - TE Ed Dickson is out indefinitely with a slightly torn right hamstring.