Earlier this week, the Baltimore Ravens traded rookie cornerback Shaun Wade to the New England Patriots. Well, it appears general manager Eric DeCosta isn’t done making deals.
NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport is reporting that Baltimore is sending offensive lineman Greg Mancz to Miami as part of a late-round pick swap.
Mancz spent five seasons with the Houston Texans before signing with the Ravens in 2021. Since entering the league in 2015, he has appeared in 58 games and has made 28 starts.
Although his true position is center, Mancz has shown in the past that he can also play offensive tackle. This gives the Dolphins plenty of options heading into the 2021 season.
Another #Ravens trade: Baltimore is sending versatile OL Greg Mancz to the #Dolphins with a late-round pick swap being the compensation, sources say. Solid, new depth for Miami.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 28, 2021
It’s evident the Dolphins want to bolster their offensive line before the regular season begins. Last week, they traded a 2022 seventh-round pick to the Panthers in exchange for offensive tackle Greg Little.
Only time will tell if Little and Mancz can make an impact for the Dolphins this fall.
The Ravens, meanwhile, are doing an excellent job of receiving draft picks in return for players they may have had to release next week. After all, they have one of the deepest rosters in the NFL.
With final roster cuts due on Tuesday, the Ravens might not be done trading away second-string players for future assets.
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