Report: Ravens trade Jermaine Eluemunor to Patriots

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The Patriots made their second trade of the day to improve their depth in the offensive line.

They have traded for Ravens offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor, Jim McBride of the Boston Globe reports. That follows a trade with the Cardinals for offensive lineman Korey Cunningham.

The Ravens made Eluemunor a fifth-round choice out of Texas A&M in 2017. He appeared in 17 games with three starts for the team.

Baltimore listed him as its starting left guard, and he started two preseason games there. He did not play in the team’s third preseason game.

He plays both guard and tackle. Of his three starts with the Ravens, one of was at left tackle and two were at right guard.

33 responses to “Report: Ravens trade Jermaine Eluemunor to Patriots

  1. This team can never have enough linemen to protect a 42-year-old quarterback. Needless to say, Belichick knows what he’s doing.

  2. Odds are Scarnechia will turn him into a beast.

    Most underrated position coach in all of Football.

    And I don’t even like the Patriots…

  3. Ribs…how can Scar be underrated when he is widely acknowledged as one of the best?

  4. Meanwhile the Giants and Texans and Redskins sit with huge gaping holes on their offensive lines and do nothing.

  5. Bagoon Stevens says:
    August 28, 2019 at 6:24 pm
    Ribs…how can Scar be underrated when he is widely acknowledged as one of the best?

    1 0 Rate This

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    I think he means he is a first ballot NFL Hall of Famer and probably isn’t seen as such by the mass fanbases throughout the league.

  6. Very talented but…..

    Failed his conditioning test.
    And was competing with far less talented O-Linemam that gave him a run for his money.

    If his work ethic doesn’t improve in NE BB wont hesitate to cut him.

  7. FootballSeasonRules says:
    August 28, 2019 at 5:58 pm
    This team can never have enough linemen to protect a 42-year-old quarterback. Needless to say, Belichick knows what he’s doing.
    ++++++++++++++++++++
    Agreed. remember when Belichick had Gronk on the field in Miami as a defensive back in The Patriot Blunder?

  8. thx pick6, that would make more sense taken in that context, but it’s not the fans that vote them into the HOF either, so I would imagine his peers would recognize his accomplishments

  9. Not sure why teams still trade with the Pats.

    Can’t wait for the season to start, though. Scar is one of the best, but this is the least talented line he has had to work with.

  10. vaphinfan says:
    August 28, 2019
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    Agreed. remember when Belichick had Gronk on the field in Miami as a defensive back in The Patriot Blunder?
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    And remember when belichick won his 6th ring (as head coach) 2 months later?

  11. vaphinfan says:
    August 28, 2019 at 7:24 pm
    FootballSeasonRules says:

    remember when Belichick had Gronk on the field in Miami as a defensive back in The Patriot Blunder?
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    I do remember that. I then remember Miami celebrating like they won the SB, then losing 3 straight games while NE won the actual, real SB. That was awesome!

  12. I think it’s a riot when a fan from some team brings up beating the Patriots as if it’s a Super Bowl moment for them & then the Pats go on to either play or Win the real Super Bowl……just shows me how thirsty they are for even a drop of success as opposed to the real thing!!!
    I wonder if the owners & players feel the same way…. HEY WE BEAT THE PATRIOTS….. WE JUST WON OUR SUPER BOWL!!!!!

  13. As a Ravens’ fan, I can tell Pats fans that he is terrible as an NFL tackle but he can be a solid guard if he cleans up on the penalties. I imagine the trade was made due to Andrews’ health issue to shore up their interior line, in which case it seems like a win for both teams since 4th rounder Powers and even UDFA Mekari had both looked better at left guard for the Ravens.

  14. “HEY WE BEAT THE PATRIOTS….. WE JUST WON OUR SUPER BOWL!!!!!”

    Happens all the time. Jags won their week 2 SB against the Pats last year and then assumed they had it made and stopped putting out the effort it takes to reach the playoffs much less the SB.

  15. Pats fans always break out that “winning your suberbowl” line. I’m old enough to remember when fans in that region felt the same way about big regular season wins against teams like the Yankees, Dolphins and Lakers.

    So blasé about it now. Too much winning.

    For the record, while I envy the success, I don’t envy the regular season boredom and “season starts in January” stuff. I like getting excited about winning, whenever that is.

    Cue low-hanging fruit “Bills are losers”comments..

  16. I watched the Bills in every superbowl they played(should have won a few if not for wide right and Thurman Thomas giving up). They were a great team then… But that was then… Since then you have nothing to base your hopes on but speculation. Show some semblance of success, stability and strength then I could see your point of the billsrthefuture. Just blindly throwing darts isn’t the best way to prove a point. How many times have you said that over the years? Rest my case.

  17. All the opponents the Patriots face, all the experts and the fans of other teams say the same thing. The Patriots are the measuring stick, if we can beat them we can beat everyone. But then they lose the very next week or weeks. We Patriots fans aren’t used to winning that we don’t get excited about winning regular season games. We are into BBs mantra of onto the next game. When a team beats the Patriots and then proceeds to lose games and not make the playoffs.Yeah we can say “that’s your superbowl” based on the talk they talked after the game. It works both ways.

  18. Bills have one of the best young GMs in the league, and one of the most promising young QBs.

    That’s more to base optimism on than a bunch of old dudes. They’ve accomplished a lot, but that hardly means you can just add water every year.

    I love that everyone is picking for the Pats and against the Bills. I love that Pats fans are guaranteeing #7. This season is going to be fun.

  19. Adding water to a tree gives it strength.
    Adding water to seedless ground makes mud.
    We shall see whose roots are stronger. Good luck this year (besides 2 games).

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