The Baltimore Ravens have traded their top cornerback, safety and wide receiver to the Carolina Panthers in a three-way trade for linebacker Matt Eham, a source told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Rapoports tweeted that the Ravens were the final destination for Elam and that they were also seeking a cornerback.
Elam was in his second year with the Ravens and had been the team’s No. 2 cornerback since the season opener.
Eham was the team the past two seasons.
Rapaport reported the Ravens would receive the No. 3 overall pick in this year’s draft in exchange for Eham and a 2018 second-round pick, which was conveyed to the Panthers.
Eleg’s salary and incentives would remain with the club.
Eramo is set to become a free agent on June 30, 2018, after the season.
The Ravens also received a second-rounder and a 2019 second-day selection in this deal.
Rapiport reported Monday that the team had reached a deal with the Panthers for a 2019 third-round selection.
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The Saints also agreed to a one-year, $1.4 million deal with WR Kenny Stills for the 2019 season.
Stills was originally slated to make $5.4 billion, according to Spotrac, with $1 million guaranteed.
The team will give Stills a $500,000 signing bonus.
The move will free up $2.8 million for the Saints, Rapoported reported.
Saints WR Kenny Lattimore is expected to sign a two year deal with $3 million guaranteed in 2019.
The signing will allow the Saints to clear $5 million in cap space.
Rap was first to report that the Saints would release WR Marques Colston, which is now confirmed by Rap.
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RapSaints signed WR Marque Colston to a four-year contract extension.
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