Given that the Ravens have made a trade in the first round of the draft five times in the past seven years, most fans are well aware there is a chance the team could trade out of the first round again Thursday night.
A deep but unspectacular class of quarterbacks may mean the Ravens receive a few trade calls for pick No. 32.
“The phone lines are open,” Ravens assistant general manager Eric DeCosta declared last week.
Last year, Indianapolis picked Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck with the first overall pick and Washington picked Baylor’s Robert Griffin III. Miami also took a quarterback, Ryan Tannehill of Texas A&M, in the top 10. Some have said Tannehill would...