Ravens address depth in trading for second offensive lineman in two days

Luke Bowanko, a Jaguars sixth-round pick in 2014, was traded to the Ravens on Saturday. Richard Dole/USA TODAY Sports

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The Baltimore Ravens continue to address depth on the interior of the offensive line, trading an undisclosed draft pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars for center Luke Bowanko on Saturday.

Bowanko is the second offensive lineman acquired by the Ravens in as many days. On Friday, Baltimore sent a conditional seventh-round pick to the Arizona Cardinals for offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom.

Bowanko, 26, started 14 games as a rookie in 2014 and hasn't started since. A sixth-round pick in 2014, Bowanko only played in eight games the past two seasons.

The Ravens wanted to add more experienced depth on the interior of the offensive line. At the end of the preseason, Baltimore's top backups at center and guard were Matt Skura and Jermaine Eluemunor, both of whom have never played an NFL regular-season game.