NFL Draft Rumors: Ravens Asked Gareon Conley To Take Polygraph, And He Passed

UPDATE (10:56 p.m. ET): ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported during the network’s NFL draft broadcast that the Baltimore Ravens were the team that administered a lie detector test to Gareon Conley, whom eventually was drafted by the Oakland Raiders at No. 24.

ORIGINAL STORY: NFL teams understandably have many questions about Gareon Conley.

The Ohio State cornerback was expected to be a first-round pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, but that might no longer be the case following rape allegations made against him.

Conley has maintained his innocence throughout, but one team apparently went to extreme lengths to see if he was telling the truth, according to a draft day report from NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport.

We’ll have to wait and see if that was enough for a team to pick Conley, who’s watching the draft proceedings closely with his family in Ohio.

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