7. Kendrick Bourne (WR) Patriots
Consider Bourne a "Costco version" of Courtland Sutton if you wish.
The likelihood for this transaction to happen is rather low as Bourne isn't bad, per se, but he's not a game-changing type of player and Baltimore already has many wideouts of Bourne's level in its roster.
"[Bourne is] a legitimate complementary receiver, but he wouldn’t do a whole lot to change the look of Baltimore’s receiver room," Zrebiec reasoned.
That is, in fact, the main point against this case. Bourne is still a relatively young pass catcher in this league at 28 years of age and he has hauled in 16 of 18 targets through Week 7, but he's not the type of playmaker that would boost the Ravens' odds of winning the Super Bowl.
Only two or three wide receivers getting injured next Sunday against Arizona should change the position of the Ravens about trading for a player like Bourne, in all honesty.