After selecting RB J.K. Dobbins with the 55th overall selection, the Ravens have agreed to a trade with the Patriots and moved back from No. 60. In doing so, they’ll also give up the 129nd overall pick and acquire picks No. 71 and No. 98.
Ravens trade: Pick 60, Pick 129.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 25, 2020
Patriots trade: Pick 71, Pick 98.
It’s not surprising to see the Ravens trade back to reposition themselves and strengthen their draft capital, as they so often do. In this case, Eric DeDosta evidently was not in love with how the board fell ahead of pick No. 60.
Now, the Ravens have picked up an additional third-round pick, giving them three overall and five picks in total on Day 2. It’s certainly possible they could use their ammunition to make another trade, too. As the slate currently stands, the Ravens possess the following remaining picks tonight: No. 71, No. 92, No. 98 and No. 106.
With the selection that originally belonged to the Ravens, New England selected OLB Joshua Uche out of Michigan.
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