3 trade targets Ravens can add with projected 2025 compensatory picks

The Ravens will have more picks than almost all other teams in 2024.
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2. EDGE Matt Judon, New England Patriots

While Judon has told anyone who will listen that he is happy with the Patriots and would like to finish his career in New England, Eric DeCosta might need to check back in on his resolve if New England continues to lose in what will likely be a major rebuild for Jerod Mayo.

Judon is still a very effective pass rusher despite his injuries, as he recorded 32 sacks in his 38 games with the Patriots. While Odafe Oweh did get his option picked up, and Adisa Isaac is in town, bringing Judon to town might be the short-term boost this team could use upfront.

Matt Judon could be a trade target for the Baltimore Ravens

Oweh is still not a high-end starter on the edge, David Ojabo has been hurt so much that he is a major question mark, and Isaac is an unproven rookie. Kyle Van Noy is a solid player, but having him as the team's premier pass rusher could be a big risk for any contender.

Judon is an injury risk, but that might help knock his value down a peg. New England will likely be spinning their tires for the next few years, and Judon might be better off linking back up with his old team in Baltimore than withering away with the Patriots.