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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?



    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Even if we gave up pick 32, 62, and 94, would that be enough to move up to pick #4 to draft Johnson?
    According to the draft value chart picks 32, 62, and 94 have a combined value of 976. The 4th pick is valued at 1,800.

    I think Johnson would have to fall to 18-20 for the Ravens to have a realistic shot at trading up for him. I can't see that happening.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Even if we gave up pick 32, 62, and 94, would that be enough to move up to pick #4 to draft Johnson?
    That's kind of a rhetorical question. Ozzie would never do that. I would take back pick #62, and throw in my sister-in-law or $20 bucks (even exchange) for that trade... Bc




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    We'd obviously have to give up a pick next year if that were to happen.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by moose10101 View Post
    He's not that smart.
    Bingo! We have a winner!!




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    This just in...

    Ravens may consider trading up for a player. Or, they may consider trading down and selecting a player. Another option they are heavily weighing is staying put at 32 and taking someone there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    We'd obviously have to give up a pick next year if that were to happen.
    Not just a pick, but a first round pick. Future picks dont have the same weighted value as current picks because who knows where in round 1 a team would be picking.

    Too much of a gamble for Ozzie, Harbs, DeCosta, or Bisciotti.

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  7. #31

    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    This would be nonsensical IMO because I'm not sure Johnson is that much better than Osemele as a LT. I know Johnson projects as a better NFL LT, but as collegiate players, they were equals.
    Yeah, I can't come remotely close to jumping on this bandwagon. KO was universally listed pre-draft as a guard only, LJ is listed universally as a slam-dunk lock-dwon LT for a decade. THe atleticism disparity betweenthe two is absolutely ENORMOUS. Don't gert me wrong, I like KO, but Lane Johnson has the potential to be the best LT in football inside of a few short years.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    This just in...

    Ravens may consider trading up for a player. Or, they may consider trading down and selecting a player. Another option they are heavily weighing is staying put at 32 and taking someone there.

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    That's deep man.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    If there was a player I'd be willing to make a big move up to go get, it would be Lane Johnson, or one of the two LT prospects ahead of him.

    That said, I think the price would be too rich. None of the three will be available past Arizona at 7. If miraculously one did fall, the only place I could see us going is the Jets at 9. San Diego and Miami would also both have every chance to outbid us.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt1 View Post
    That's deep man.
    The subtleties are WAY above my pay grade.




  11. #35

    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    If we trade up big it better be for Tavon.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by Miz89 View Post
    If we trade up big it better be for Tavon.
    I do not think Ozzie would ever do that. JMO... Bc




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