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October 16, 2019
The Baltimore Ravens pulled off a blockbuster trade with the Los Angeles Rams for Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters on Tuesday.
This move acted as a precursor to the Rams acquiring Jalen Ramsey in a separate trade. But make no mistake about it, Peters is going to help a contending Ravens team big time moving forward.
According to head coach John Harbaugh, that will start this week against the Seahawks in Seattle. (READ MORE) by Vincent Frank | Sportsnaut
Les Snead and Sean McVay looked at their team after losing three games in a row and saw a need to get better. They clearly didn’t believe the Los Angeles Rams could compete as currently structured, so they made not one trade, not two, but three deals in a span of a few hours. (READ MORE) by Cameron DaSilva | Rams Wire
Last year the Los Angeles Rams went all in. Rams general manager Les Snead traded a metric ton of draft picks for All-Pro cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib, then signed All-Pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to pair with Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald. It nearly won them the Super Bowl. Now, they’re hoping a similar approach will get them at least that far this year. On Tuesday, Snead traded Peters to Baltimore in the afternoon and then sent two first-round picks to Jacksonville for All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey in the evening. It’s a shocking, borderline desperate series of moves for a team that isn’t holding a strong hand. (READ MORE) by