This is a real "In Ozzie We Trust" situation:
I'm reading that the Ravens had two offers to trade back from #16. The 49ers offered Ozzie their 2nd rounder (No. 34), 3rd rounder (No. 66) and 4th rounder (No. 121) to trade up for Reuben Foster. Those picks yielded Cam Robinson, CB Akhello Witherspoon (Colorado) and RB Joe Williams (Utah) - all really talented players. Ozzie countered asking for the 2nd rounder and both of their 3rd round picks (66 & 67). Looking at the pick value chart, pick 16 was worth 1000pts, their offer was worth 872 and Ozzie's counter was 1075 - pretty far apart on both sides. SF declined but still ended up with Foster at #31 anyway. You might say they did San Fran a favor.
The other offer came from Dallas looking to trade up for Charles Harris. I'm not sure what was offered, but it certainly wasn't what they tried to wrangle from the 49ers. Dallas wasn't as fortunate as the 49ers in having their target fall to them. They ended up targeting Takk McKinley, then settling on Taco Charlton.
Apparently, they deemed Marlon Humphrey worth keeping over a trove of picks that Ozzie would have seemingly taken and spun into gold in most other years. We all know that Newsome hoards picks like an aging spinster hoards cats. They really must have knew what type of talent Humphrey was to turn these offers away.
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