The Ravens want draft pick compensation from the Bears for the failed trade that forced the team to skip the 26th selection, according to the Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune. The NFL confirmed Friday that it's looking into the situation, which happened Thursday night after the Ravens told the league they had agreed to send the 26th pick to the Bears in exchange for the 29th selection and a fourth-rounder (127th overall). Chicago didn't confirm the trade to the league in time, forcing Baltimore to fall back in the draft order.