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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?



    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    So essentially Preston is one of us. Awesome.
    He's not that smart.
    I've upped my standards. Up yours.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    on the front page of yahoo now...
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    Unhappy Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    REPORT : Ravens Consider Trading up for Lane Johnson :
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-lane-johnson/

    Stop the presses, Breaking News : Bc's Sister-in-Law Considers Gainful Employment.

    Unfortunately, both stories will not come to fruition ... Bc




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Ugh now showing up on the bottom line of NFL network. Preston strikes again




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Let's hope this is just Preston being Preston. It would cost waaay too much for Johnson. Hopefully we just stay pat.
    "Flacco will never win a Super Bowl in my lifetime" - Lamarr Woodley, Squealers LB<-- what Flacco stares at before every game




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/...a-007fa2e95015

    Why do they even give him any credit???




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Quote Originally Posted by LouisianaRaven View Post
    Let's hope this is just Preston being Preston. It would cost waaay too much for Johnson. Hopefully we just stay pat.
    Oz will stay put and wait for Cyprien or Elam to fall and if they don't he'll trade down for
    even more picks.

    To trade up in the first for Austin or one of LTs will cost him either a #1 or #2 and a #3.
    Ozzie's extra picks are from the 4th to the 6th rounds.

    He'll never trade a #2 for one of these guys. He can trade down for more picks and
    then trade back up with those extra picks in the 3rd round like he did for Bernard
    Pierce last year and he got Pitta and Dickson trading down with the picks he got
    from Denver who took, um, Tebow.

    Oz swung big and missed with Kindle but still came out of that draft with Pitta, Dickson, and
    Art Jones - all SB 47 heroes.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    Even if we gave up pick 32, 62, and 94, would that be enough to move up to pick #4 to draft Johnson? Not so sure on that one. Don't be shocked if none of the trio of Johnson, Joekel, and Fisher make it to pick #5.

    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.




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    Re: Ravens Trade up for Lane Johnson?

    I still think if we trade up it's going to be in the teens, and it'd be for Tavon, Vaccaro, or one of the good defensive tackle prospects (Ngata's injury history is concerning, they might want someone to help his snap count).

    I think they're confident they can re-sign McKinnie. If not, there's still guys out on the market. I don't see them going high for a LT.




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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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