The pick will reportedly be a fifth-rounder. Throw in the fact that the Rams' other starting cornerback, Aqib Talib, just went on injured reserve, and the Rams moving on from Peters comes as a shock.
But Peters' rookie contract expires at the end of the year, and the defending NFC champions declined to sign their Super Bowl starter to an extension before the start of this season.
After a rough 2018 season, Peters, 26, had resumed playing like the former first-round pick and two-time Pro Bowler. In 22 regular-season games in L.A., Peters intercepted five passes, returning two for touchdowns. That earned him second-team All-Pro status and a Pro Bowl nod.
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The Rams acquired Peters in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs before the 2018 season.
Baltimore were in need to sort out their secondary after injuries to key players like Jimmy Smith, who could be back at some point, and Tavon Young, who will miss the rest of the season. He was a healthy scratch in Week 5. He has 13 tackles, including three tackles for a loss and two quarterback hits.
The deal, announced October 15 by the two teams, bolsters the Ravens' injury-ravaged secondary and gives Young, a 2018 fourth-round pick, a fresh start after he had fallen out of favor in Baltimore.