Never let it be said that Justin Tucker fails to step up when it matters most. After a career full of clutch kicks in crucial moments, the best kicker in football was ready and willing to step up in a moment of need once more during draft weekend.
As a power outage struck the greater Baltimore area at the worst possible time - during the first virtual NFL draft - Tucker sprang into action.
Thankfully for the Ravens and their fans, Harbaugh appeared to be in the clear. Most NFL teams have done everything possible through their IT departments to avoid interruptions during the draft, and Harbaugh and Eric DeCosta certainly haven't had any problems adding quality players yet.
Perhaps the most (and least) surprising revelation here is that it appears recently-retired Ravens guard Marshal Yanda simply has an extra generator lying around, ready to use at a moment's notice. Talk about being prepared.
We're sure Tucker would have been happy to help the Ravens no matter what, but it can't hurt that he's already seen them draft at least one star from the University of Texas, his alma mater.
Hook ‘em https://t.co/GE1XqXseu5— Justin Tucker (@jtuck9) April 25, 2020
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