The NFL trade deadline is now less than 24 hours away. Teams are scrambling to see what pieces are available out there and what moves could be made. The Baltimore Ravens have already shown that they’re willing to make a deal if it improves their team. Earlier this season they traded for offensive lineman Eugene Monroe.
That also means that the Ravens might be without resources to complete a trade. The Ravens sent Jacksonville a fourth- and fifth-round draft pick for the 2014 draft.
When asked about the Ravens making a deadline day trade, head coach John Harbaugh simply said no comment avoiding the question. It doesn’t mean they are considering a trade, it most likely just means they are weighing their options.
There are reports that the Ravens are pursuing a wide receiver.
“It’s a buyer’s market at wide receiver,” CBS’s Jason La Canfora said.
That is somewhat shocking considering the plethora of teams looking for help at wide receiver, including the Patriots, 49ers, Lions and Colts.
The three main available options for receiver are Kenny Britt of the Titans, Josh Gordon of the Browns and Hakeem Nicks of the Giants.
John Harbaugh gives a no comment when asked about the probability of making a trade at the deadline.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 28, 2013
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