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Ravens Stand Pat At Trade Deadline

Posted Oct 29, 2013

There were reports that Baltimore was interested in trading for a wide receiver.

Tuesday’s 4 p.m. trade deadline came and went with no action from the Baltimore Ravens.

There were media reports that the Ravens were “all over the receiver market,” specifically pointing to Tennessee’s Kenny Britt, New York’s Hakeem Nicks and Cleveland’s Josh Gordon and Greg Little.

But all four of them remained with their current teams.

The Ravens are tight against the salary cap with a reported $1.5 million remaining. They also don’t like to part with draft picks and already traded two (fourth- and fifth-round selections) to Jacksonville for left tackle Eugene Monroe and one (seventh-round pick) for center A.Q. Shipley before the season.

Baltimore has also seen better production from its stable of young receivers in recent games.

Rookie free agent Marlon Brown has 21 catches for 243 yards and a team-high three touchdowns. Tandon Doss has come on strong recently and now has 12 snags for 239 yards. Jacoby Jones has returned from a knee injury, adding a vertical element opposite breakout receiver Torrey Smith.

The Ravens went into the season looking to see what their young receivers had to offer and they are starting to produce.

The only trade made around the NFL was the New England Patriots dealing for defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga.

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