Here are some potential partners for the Ravens to trade back into the early part of the second round:
Kansas City Chiefs (fourth in second round, 36th overall): If the Chiefs go for safety Eric Berry in the first round, they'll still need an offensive tackle. Kansas City would want to jump up if there is a run on tackles and it fears a targeted tackle won't be there early in the second round.
Cleveland (sixth in second round, 38th overall): Sure, you wouldn't want to help out a division team (can't call them a rival after beating them by a combined score of 50-3). But Browns president Mike Holmgren, who never drafted a quarterback in the first two rounds in Green Bay or Seattle, might have a sense of urgency at age 61. Holmgren recently compared Colt McCoy to Steve Young and Joe Montana, so Cleveland could be looking to trade back into the first round to get him.
Oakland (seventh in second round, 39th overall): Really, who knows what Raiders owner Al Davis is thinking? If an offensive tackle slides or Jimmy Clausen is still there at No. 25, Oakland could be giving the Ravens a call. New offensive coordinator Hue Jackson, who was the quarterbacks coach with the Ravens, might also be interested in seeing what it might tackle to bring left tackle Jared Gaither to his offense.
Buffalo (ninth in second round, 41th overall): The Bills probably won't take a quarterback with the ninth overall pick, so they are a strong candidate to move back into the first round to get one. Like most new coaches, Chan Gailey wants to place his stamp on the team, and the best way to do that is with a new, young quarterback. This is the team that could pull the trigger early for Tim Tebow.