11 Possible NFL Deadline Day Trades

  1.    Demaryius Thomas (DEN) to Washington Redskins

The Redskins need to find a go to receiver. At 5-2 they are right in the thick of it with a real chance to win the NFC East. Paul Richardson leads wide receivers with only 246 yards. No one needs a wide receiver more than the Redskins.

Price tag: 2019 3rd round pick

  1.    Deone Bucannon (ARZ) to New England Patriots

Bucannon has fallen out of favor with the new regime in Arizona. He is on the last year of his deal and they certainly won’t be retaining him. For the Patriots, he can play his role as a hybrid linebacker/safety and we have seen the Patriots find success with players other teams have soured on.

Price tag: 2019 7th round pick

  1.    Sam Bradford (ARZ) to Jacksonville Jaguars for Barry Church  

Bradford wouldn’t cost the Jaguars much in salary space as he only has $7.5 million in guarantees next year. He could help right the ship in Jacksonville. In a rare player for player swap, the Cardinals would get Barry Church. Church is still a solid player who is under control for 2 season beyond this year. Church was arrested in London as well.

Price tag: straight up swap

  1.    Karl Joseph (OAK) to Indianapolis Colts

Gruden is doing a house cleaning of sorts and acquiring as many picks as possible. The Colts have been playing better of late and could use some help in the secondary. Joseph has had rumors swirling around him so being shipped off would be no surprise. Joseph made a pre-draft visit to Indianapolis back in 2016

Price tag: 2019 4th round pick & 2020 6th round pick

  1.    Jimmie Ward (SF) to Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles are looking to make some changes if the price is right. Ward is playing on his 5th year option and most likely won’t be back in 2019. He can play cornerback or safety and wouldn’t cost much.

Price tag: 2019 7th round pick

  1.    Janoris Jenkins (NYG) to Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs need a good cornerback and while Jenkins hasn’t been as good as he was in 2016 he is still a very solid starter. The Giants are purging their roster right now and accumulating as many picks as possible

Price tag: 2019 3rd round pick & 2020 7th round pick

  1.    DeSean Jackson (TB) to New England Patriots

Jackson has requested a trade from the Buccaneers although with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback he may want to stay now. The Patriots need a guy who can stretch the field and Jackson fits that mold.

Price tag: 2019 4th round pick

  1.    Pierre Garcon (SF) to Indianapolis Colts

The Colts are making a bit of a run as previously mentioned and getting another receiver would be huge. Garcon has a lot of money left on his deal so they would be able to get him relatively cheap.

Price tag: 2019 7th round pick

  1.    Gareon Conley (OAK) to Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers need help at cornerback and 2016 first round pick, Artie Burns has been a bust. Typically, the Steelers don’t make these types of moves in season but Conley would help the team out immediately. They could try to flip Burns to recoup some of the draft picks.

Price tag: 2019 3rd round pick & 2020 6th round pick

  1.   Tyrod Taylor (CLE) to Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins have concerns about Ryan Tannehill and Brock Osweiler is not a great option. Taylor is not an ideal option either but gives the Dolphins a possibility of a player who can help save the season.

Price tag: 2019 6th round pick

  1.   LaGarrette Blount (DET) to Los Angeles Chargers  

The Chargers have a great starter in Melvin Gordon and a backup who is a well above average backup in Austin Ekeler. But Gordon continues to get dinged up and Blount can take on the goal line carries and short yardage carries.

Price tag: 2019 7th round pick