12. Cody Whitehair (OL) Bears
This is a little bit out of left field as the Ravens haven't really been touted as trade-candidates for an offensive lineman all season long.
There were questions floating above the positional depth back in training camp, but so far there have been no real issues with the line through the first third of the season.
The Bears could enter trade discussions depending on how they want to handle the remainder of the season. They could sell the house, mind you, even though they are in possession of, potentially, the no. 1 and no. 2 picks of the draft next year no matter what they want (because they are simply so bad).
"Left guard John Simpson has held his own, so the Ravens probably don’t feel a ton of urgency to add an interior lineman," wrote Zrebiec.
Simpson, for context, was the man winning the only open position battle across the offensive line last summer. He's not been an All-Pro-caliber performer this season, mind you, but he's doing enough while the rest of the members of the Ravens' OL have stayed relatively healthy all season long.
Whitehair is on the wrong side of 30, however, which might entice the Bears to simply send him packing even if only for one or two low-round picks.