Cowboys to draft 16th after winning coin flip

The Dallas Cowboys won the coin flip to break their draft-position tie with the Baltimore Ravens and will select 16th in the first round of the May 8 NFL draft.

Ravens to pick 17th at May 8 event

Kicker Dan Bailey, right, will watch his Cowboys pick 16th overall in the May 8 NFL draft, while the Ravens will select 17th after losing Wednesday's coin flip to break their draft-position tie. (Nick Wass/Associated Press/File)

The Dallas Cowboys won the coin flip to break their draft-position tie with the Baltimore Ravens and will select 16th in the first round of the May 8 NFL draft.

Both teams finished the 2013 season 8-8, and even on the league's tiebreaker of opponent records.

The second and third rounds will be May 9, and rounds 4-7 are May 10 at Radio City Music Hall.

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