The Baltimore Ravens traded kicker Kaare Vedvik to the Minnesota Vikings for an undisclosed draft pick Aug. 11.
Adam Schefter, of ESPN, said the Ravens received a 2020 fifth-round selection for Vedvik, but the team officials did not confirm that report.
Vedvik has made 12 of 13 field-goals attempts over two preseasons in Baltimore after being signed as an undrafted free agent in 2018. Vedvik is also a capable punter and could save the Vikings a roster spot if he performs both duties effectively.
In the 2019 preseason opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Norwegian converted all four of his field-goal attempts (29, 26, 55, 45 yards). Vedvik also averaged 55.5 yards on two punts.
It was a shrewd move by the Ravens because Vedvik was not going to beat out incumbent Justin Tucker, who is one of the most accurate kickers in NFL history, or long-time punter Sam Koch.