Baltimore Ravens Trade Deadline Preview: Who Could Get Traded?
After making a blockbuster trade for Yannick Ngakoue, could the Baltimore Ravens make any more moves ahead of the 2020 NFL Trade Deadline?
This season, the Ravens’ wide receiver play has been lackluster: Marquise Brown and Devin Duvernay have shown flashes, while others such as Miles Boykin and Willie Snead have hardly contributed. If the Ravens want to go far in the playoffs, then trading for another receiver for Lamar Jackson to throw to should be a priority.
Albeit there have been many rumors surrounding a potential Julio Jones trade, the likelihood of one of the best to ever do it getting traded none the less to the Ravens are very low. Realistically, the following candidates could find themselves on the Ravens roster in the next two weeks.
Golden Tate – The New York Giants are 1-6, and aren’t getting better. With their season in shambles and the trade deadline approaching general manager, Dave Gettleman, would be pleased to get a day two/three draft pick for the 32-year old.
Will Fuller V – The ramifications of trading away one of the best receivers in the game, DeAndre Hopkins, for next to nothing has shown in a big way this season, as the Houston Texans are 1-5, tied for last place with the Jacksonville Jaguars in their division. A rebuild this offseason is likely, and the Ravens could net the speedy receiver for a future day two pick.
Baltimore Ravens: Will Fuller V (WR)
Houston Texans: 2021 sixth-round pick and 2022 second-round pick