Baltimore Ravens Rumors: 3 Patrick Queen trade packages with Vikings
By Ryan Heckman
Trade Number 2: The Ravens trade Patrick Queen to the Vikings for a wide receiver and draft pick
If the Ravens wanted to try something a little different, and not necessarily go for a high draft pick, they could ask for a player and a pick in return. Let's be honest, the Vikings might not be so crazy about giving up a second rounder unless they were ready to extend Queen immediately.
So, in this instance, the Ravens ask for a young wide receiver to help continue bolstering their depth at the position.
Minnesota trades last year's sixth-round pick, Jalen Nailor, out of Michigan State, along with a fourth-round pick in exchange for Queen.
The Ravens have truly revamped their wide receiver depth chart this offseason in a big way. The team first signed Odell Beckham Jr. as the big move, but followed that up by drafting Boston College wide receiver Zay Flowers in the first round of the draft. Both Beckham and Flowers should give this offense plenty of speed and big-play ability.
Nailor, meanwhile, didn't play much as a rookie. The second-year pro stands six feet tall and came in as a prospect with track star speed and possessing smooth routes. Injuries had derailed some of his college production, but if he can remain healthy, there's potential for Nailor to be a solid WR3 or WR4 at some point.