With just less than a week ahead of the 2021 NFL Draft, two playoff contending teams made a splash trade between one another.
Via ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to trade offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The terms include the fourth-year offensive tackle out of Oklahoma University, a second round (No. 58) and a sixth round pick for a first round pick (31), a third round (94), a mid-round pick (136), and a future nondisclosed fifth round pick.
Brown joins the Chiefs solidifying an offensive line that lost both offensive tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz in the free agency period and further making their offense potentially more explosive.
Along with the addition of Brown, they have signed former New England Patriots center Joe Thuney, Los Angeles Rams offensive lineman Austin Blythe and Chicago Bears All-Pro guard Kyle Long (came out of retirement) to complete their improved offensive line.