LAS VEGAS — The Rams are considering a draft-day trade that would send cornerback Jourdan Lewis and a seventh-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens, a person familiar with the situation told ESPN.
Sources told ESPN the Rams would send a seventh round pick to Baltimore for cornerback Jorvorskie Lane.
The pick, which the Rams have also received, would be a conditional pick and not a draft pick.
If the deal were completed, it would give the Ravens a conditional seventh-rounder and a second-round draft pick, sources said.
Lane, who was a first-round selection in 2014, would join former Ravens cornerback Josh McCown and cornerback D.J. Hayden as players who could be available in the seventh round.
The Ravens could also use a sixth-rounder to acquire a cornerback or linebacker.
Lewis and the Rams were tied for the worst record in the NFL at 5-14, and Lewis has struggled with injuries.
He played just four games last season, missing two games with a broken foot.
Lewis is expected to be the first pick of the draft.
He has been a bit of a hot commodity on the open market, with multiple teams interested in him.
He’s a versatile corner who could help an offense.
Lanes production has been poor, but he has had some good games, and he’s played at a high level.
He also has had a few rough moments, and there have been some questions about his mental state, but his production is not as bad as many have made it out to be.
Lewis is a big-time playmaker and a big reason the Rams had the worst defense in the league last season.
They ranked 27th in points allowed per game.