With no break in the action, the Atlanta Falcons are sending suspended wide receiver Calvin Ridley to the Jacksonville Jaguars for draft capital, per Ian Rapoport. Apparently, the capital has a number of conditions which makes it not a very straightforward deal.
Ridley will not pay this year and his suspension is not a set length yet, so there are a number of protections built into this trade. At most the Jaguars will be sending a 2023 fifth-round pick and a 2024 second-round pick if the Jaguars and Ridley get a long-term deal done.
Here are the situations, per Adam Schefter:
2023 fifth-round pick at minimum, and a 2024 fourth-round pick if Ridley is on the roster.
It becomes a 2024 third-round pick if Ridley reaches certain incentives.
It becomes a 2024 second-round pick if the Jaguars sign Ridley to a contract extension.