NFL Trade (and Signing) Block





I've recently discussed possibilities for players to either sign or get traded to certain teams. This analysis has been all over the place, so I thought I'd move everything to one page.

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Broncos release RB C.J. Anderson
The Broncos have released their best running back. C.J. Anderson rushed for 1,007 yards last year on a 4.1 YPC despite getting blocking from a pedestrian offensive line. Anderson has an injury history, but still is just 27, so he should definitely have plenty of suitors on the open market.

Here are some teams that could sign Anderson:

Miami Dolphins: There were rumors that the Dolphins were attempting to trade for Anderson earlier in the offseason. Miami can just sign him now.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks have lots of needs, so they could miss out on all the running backs in the draft. If so, acquiring Anderson for a late-rounder makes a lot of sense.

Indianapolis Colts: Jim Irsay said he wants to draft a running back in the early rounds, but with so many needs, that may not be possible. Regardless, Anderson is a logical target to pair with a second-round rookie or Marlon Mack.

Washington Redskins: Washington has some underwhelming rushing options, so Anderson could be seen as an upgrade.

New England Patriots: The Patriots should be in the market for Anderson, as they've lost both Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead this offseason.

New York Jets: Matt Forte retired, so the Jets could obtain Anderson to pair with Bilal Powell.

Houston Texans: There's some chatter about the Texans potentially releasing Lamar Miller. D'Onta Foreman, meanwhile, may not be ready for Week 1.

San Francisco 49ers: Carlos Hyde is gone, so acquiring someone to pair with Jerick McKinnon could be an option for San Francisco.

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Cowboys have released WR Dez Bryant
The Cowboys met with Dez Bryant on Friday, planning to release him because it would save them $12 million in cap space (assuming he's designated as a June 1 cut). Bryant turns 30 in November, and he has been slowing down lately. He has struggled to separate, and yet he hasn't made adjustments to his game like other big possession receivers in the past to offset his declining athleticism. Still, Bryant will generate substantial interest from organizations that will hope that his release will serve as motivation for him.

Here are some teams that could sign Bryant:

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens signed Michael Crabtree and John Brown, but they still desperately need receiving help. Bryant would be another tall target for Joe Flacco to overthrow in the end zone.

Green Bay Packers: Green Bay lost Jordy Nelson this offseason, and yet Nelson hasn't been properly replaced. Bryant comes with locker-room concerns, but he would definitely respect Aaron Rodgers, so I don't think he'd cause many problems in Green Bay.

New England Patriots: How could the Patriots not be listed as a possible destination for Bryant? This is the type of move Bill Belichick tends to make, and New England needs help at receiver after losing both Brandin Cooks and Danny Amendola this offseason.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns were one of the teams that reportedly was a destination for Odell Beckham when the trade rumors were rampant. They didn't get Beckham, but perhaps another NFC East receiver would suffice.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers pursued Allen Robinson this offseason, but failed. Bryant isn't as good as Robinson, but he might be a nice consolation prize if he's properly motivated. The problem is that Bryant could be a negative influence on Jimmy Garoppolo.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have an absurd $59 million in cap space still available. As it so happens, the team has a big hole at receiver across from T.Y. Hilton.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars lost Allen Robinson this offseason, so here's a possible replacement.

Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals need a second receiver across from Larry Fitzgerald.

Update: Mike Jones of the Washington Post is reporting that Bryant is not on the Redskins' radar right now. I don't think Bryant is a fit for the Giants either because Dave Gettleman values character. Unless the Eagles sign him - and they don't have much cap space - Bryant won't get his wish of seeing Dallas twice in 2018.

Another update: Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer says the Panthers aren't expected to have interest in Bryant.

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Bears could trade RB Jordan Howard soon
Jordan Howard was the subject of trade rumors earlier in the offseason. Now, Howard has deleted all of his Bears pictures from his Instagram account. This could all mean nothing, but Howard is not a good fit for Matt Nagy's offense, so it makes sense for Chicago to trade him.

Here are some teams that could trade for Howard:

Baltimore Ravens: Baltimore seems to be the most logical landing spot for Howard. He would fit their offense and style well, and he would obviously be a big upgrade over what they have. Also, the Ravens might miss out on all the running backs they want, given where they draft in the second round.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts currently have Marlon Mack and Robert Turbin sitting atop their running back depth chart, so that needs to change.

New York Giants: The Giants can't possibly go into the season with Jonathan Stewart as their No. 1 running back. They're likely to select a running back early on Day 2 - if they don't pick Saquon Barkley, that is - but they could just trade for Howard.

Seattle Seahawks: Seattle's running back issues have been well documented. Howard would finally be a proper replacement for Marshawn Lynch.

Washington Redskins: Robert Kelley and Samaje Perine are both pretty lackluster. The Redskins need someone like Howard to improve their offense.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Doug Martin is gone, but the Buccaneers needed a replacement for him beforehand.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos don't seem very happy with C.J. Anderson, so they could add Howard as their new starting running back.

New England Patriots: I discussed a potential NFL Draft Trade between the Bears and Patriots. Perhaps Howard can be thrown into the deal.

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Giants may trade WR Odell Beckham Jr.
The Giants' owner made some news Monday when he said he was tired of answering questions about Odell Beckham Jr.'s off-the-field issues. Beckham, of course, was taped in a controversial video with French models and a white substance. This was just the latest of his issues. Meanwhile, Beckham told the media that he's unwilling to play unless he receives a new contract.

There were reports saying Beckham probably won't be traded, but that could be a leak from the Giants so that they can maintain leverage. Beckham could still be dealt, so let's discuss all of the options.

Here are some teams that could trade for Beckham:

New England Patriots: The Rams were listed as the top team on this list, but they traded for Brandin Cooks. The Patriots now own the 23rd- and 31st-overall picks in the 2018 NFL Draft, and we know New York's asking price is two first-round picks. With Cooks gone, and Rob Gronkowski's future in question because of possible retirement, New England could use a dynamic play-maker, and Beckham would obviously qualify.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers and Rams are in an arms race, and if one team is interested in a great player, the other will be as well, provided it fills a need. Beckham does that, as San Francisco attempted to sign Allen Robinson this offseason, but failed.

Cleveland Browns: Jarvis Landry wants Beckham to play for the Browns. They are great friends from their days at LSU, so a trade with Cleveland could definitely happen.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have an absurd $59 million in cap space still available. As it so happens, the team has a big hole at receiver across from T.Y. Hilton.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Tom Coughlin drafted Beckham. He may want to obtain his former first-round pick to replace the departed Allen Robinson.

New Orleans Saints: The Saints tried to sign Jordy Nelson. They need a receiver to play across from Michael Thomas.

Carolina Panthers: Carolina's receiving corps is pretty pedestrian. Beckham would obviously change that.

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Seahawks to attempt to trade S Earl Thomas
Update: Seahawks general manager John Schneider said that he's listening to trade offers for Earl Thomas.

Tony Pauline reported Tuesday night that the Seahawks will dangle both Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman in trades in the coming weeks. Of the two, Thomas will be easier to deal. He's cheaper, and he's also currently healthy, unlike Sherman, who is coming off a torn Achilles. The team that acquires Thomas will have to sign him to a new, long-term deal, as his contract expires after 2018.

Here are some teams that could trade for Thomas:

Dallas Cowboys: Thomas said it himself. He wants to go to Dallas. The Cowboys don't have much cap space right now, but they can clear a ton by cutting Dez Bryant.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers have been a bit more aggressive this offseason, and they possess close to $20 million in cap space. They lost Morgan Burnett, so Thomas would be a great replacement.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers' current regime needs to make the playoffs this year to ensure that they'll keep their jobs. Part of that would be upgrading the offensive line and running game, but a stud in the secondary would also be a huge boon. The Buccaneers have the seventh-most cap space in the NFL.

New Orleans Saints: The Saints lost Kenny Vaccaro to free agency, so Thomas would be a huge upgrade.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders are still weak in the secondary, and Thomas would obviously change that.

Carolina Panthers: Carolina's secondary needs upgrades at corner and safety. Kurt Coleman was released, so perhaps the Panthers have plans to make a move at the position.

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Colts cut NT Johnathan Hankins
There's an extensive history of failed coaches building their team around their system. Conversely, coaches who have thrived have done the opposite, building their system around their personnel. This is not a good sign for Frank Reich, who is switching the Colts from a 3-4 to a Tampa-2 4-3. The scheme change means that Indianapolis' top defensive player, Johnathan Hankins, was no longer a good fit. He was released as a result.

Hankins is just 26, so he has a bright future ahead of him. There should be tons of interest for him.

Here are some teams that could sign Hankins:

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs have a big hole at nose tackle, and Andy Reid loves beefing up the trenches. Without a first-round pick, Kansas City won't be able to address the position properly, so Hankins would be a great signing.

Los Angeles Chargers: The Chargers may not be able to get Da'Ron Payne or Vita Vea at No. 17, so here's an alternative.

Washington Redskins: The Redskins have a huge hole in the interior of their defensive line. If they don't think they'll get Dontari Poe at No. 13, they could obtain Hankins instead.

Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta lost Dontari Poe in free agency, and Hankins would actually be considered an upgrade.

New England Patriots: The Patriots have to be considered an option after they struggled to stop the run during the playoffs. Hankins and the newly signed Adrian Clayborn would change that.

Detroit Lions: Like Atlanta, Detroit lost a massive nose tackle in free agency, and Hankins would be an upgrade over Haloti Ngata.

New York Giants: It's possible that Hankins could go back to the Giants, where he played prior to 2017.

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Dolphins cut DT Ndamukong Suh
It was expected for a while now, but the Dolphins finally pulled the trigger, cutting Ndamukong Suh. It means that Suh lasted just three years into his $114 million deal that gave him $60 million guaranteed. For their troubles, the Dolphins went 22-26 with Suh.

Suh is a supreme talent who will generate tons of interest, despite Charlie Campbell's correct warning that he posted on Twitter (@draftcampbell):

Ndamukong Suh is so bad in the locker room the Dolphins are willing to take a $22.2 million salary cap penalty for him to play somewhere else. Buyer beware.

Here are some teams that could sign Suh:

New England Patriots: I might as well list the Patriots for every veteran. Bill Belichick has a history of signing former Dolphins, and New England has a huge need in the defensive interior.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns have been very active this offseason, and given that they still have $82 million in cap space, they're not done. They need a defensive tackle to start next to Larry Ogunjobi, and pairing Suh with Myles Garrett seems ridiculous.

Detroit Lions: Could Suh go back to Detroit? It's possible, as the Lions need an upgrade next to A'Shawn Robinson.

Minnesota Vikings: If the Vikings whiff on Kirk Cousins, they'll have tons of money to spend. They could use that cash on Suh as a replacement for Sharrif Floyd.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Suh and Gerald McCoy were back-to-back picks in the 2010 NFL Draft. Could they play next to each other? The Buccaneers have tons of cap space, and they're desperate to make the playoffs, so it could happen.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills have a fair amount of cap room ($32 million) and a big need at defensive tackle.

Oakland Raiders: If the Raiders had more cap space, they'd be higher on this list. Oakland has a big need for an interior disruptor.

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Dolphins cut C Mike Pouncey
Mike Pouncey hasn't played well for a while. He has suffered so many injuries over the years, so it's possible that he may never play well again. He could also bounce back this season, so teams should be interested in signing him to a 1-year "prove it" deal. Giving him anything more would be a huge mistake, as Pouncey carries great risk.

Here are some teams that could sign Pouncey:

Detroit Lions: Travis Swanson is a free agent. Signing Pouncey would be a lateral move - both players have injury woes - but it could still happen.

Los Angeles Chargers: The Chargers had some horrible center play this past season. It won't get worse even if Pouncey is playing at 50-75 percent.

New York Giants: The Giants just lost Weston Richburg to the 49ers, so they need to find a replacement.

Washington Redskins: Washington is another NFC East team that lost a center in free agency, so Pouncey would make sense for the Redskins as well.

Los Angeles Rams: John Sullivan is a free agent, so signing Pouncey would be a logical move if Sullivan were to leave.

Cincinnati Bengals: Cincinnati traded back with the idea to perhaps take center James Daniels at No. 21, but Pouncey would also make sense.

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Lions cut TE Eric Ebron
The Lions could've drafted Odell Beckham Jr. or Aaron Donald, but opted for Eric Ebron with the 10th-overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. Ebron hasn't been a total bust, but he's disappointed Detroit with his untimely drops. Still, Ebron has athletic potential, and he's young enough (25 in April) to warrant some interest on the open market.

Here are some teams that could sign Ebron:

Houston Texans: The Texans have tons of cap space, and they've had a huge need at tight end ever since losing Owen Daniels.

New Orleans Saints: The Saints lost out on Jimmy Graham, so it seems as though they have to be considered one of the favorites to land Ebron.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks might sign Austin Seferian-Jenkins, but Ebron is another option for them.

Miami Dolphins: Miami has needs all over the place, including tight end.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens are starved for talent at tight end, and Ozzie Newsome seems to be in the business for overpaying pedestrian players right now.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars have nothing at tight end, so they have to be in the market for Ebron.

New England Patriots: New England could make a push for Ebron if it fears that Rob Gronkowski will retire.

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Eagles cut DE Vinny Curry
The Eagles had to release Vinny Curry prior to Sunday because $5 million of his $9 million salary in 2018 would've been guaranteed by then. Philadelphia tried to trade Curry, but teams knew this, and the Eagles couldn't get a deal together.

Curry is a very talented defensive end. He's both skilled as a pass-rusher and a run-stuffer. He hasn't registered more than 3.5 sacks since 2013, but he's played better than the stats indicate. There should be plenty of interest in him now that he has hit the open market.

Here are some teams that could sign Curry:

Kansas City Chiefs: Andy Reid drafted Curry in the second round back in 2012. The Chiefs have a big-time need for an edge rusher.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers have plenty of cap room and need to improve their edge rush. Curry would be a great addition.

Indianapolis Colts: Frank Reich handled the offensive duties with the Eagles last year, but still knows Curry very well from their time together in Philadelphia. The Colts need as much help as possible with their defense.

New England Patriots: Bill Belichick had a good look at Curry in the Super Bowl. The Patriots' pass rush was pretty poor this past season, and Curry would certainly help.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers are hurting for pass-rushers, as they had a league-low 22 sacks in 2017. Curry would certainly help change that.

Cleveland Browns: John Dorsey has been very aggressive this offseason, and I could see him signing Curry to bolster his pass rush.

Minnesota Vikings: As with Frank Reich, John DeFilippo knows Curry from their time together in Philadelphia. The Vikings don't have a need for a defensive end at the moment, but it never hurts to have as many talented pass-rushers as possible.

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Raiders cut WR Michael Crabtree
The Raiders did a good job of downgrading the receiving position today, signing Jordy Nelson and then cutting the slightly younger and much more functional Michael Crabtree. If Nelson was able to generate lots of interest, Crabtree will as well.

Here are some teams that could sign Crabtree:

New Orleans Saints: The Saints made an 11th-hour push to sign Jordy Nelson, but lost him to the Raiders. They want a second receiver to start across from Michael Thomas, and Crabtree is better than Nelson right now.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens need to find two receivers this offseason. Joe Flacco has always loved throwing to taller wideouts, and he has to love the fact that Crabtree has scored 25 touchdowns in the past three seasons.

Indianapolis Colts: I could imagine the Colts obtaining Crabtree to help Andrew Luck in his return. Crabtree seems like he'd complement T.Y. Hilton well.

Green Bay Packers: Could the Packers do the opposite of the Raiders, upgrading from Nelson to Crabtree rather than downgrading from Crabtree to Nelson? Sure, why not?

New England Patriots: "I might as well list the Patriots for every veteran." Yes, again. This is just what New England does.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills need receiving help beyond Kelvin Benjamin.

New York Giants: Brandon Marshall was a bust signing. Crabtree would be a much better option.

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Cardinals cut S/CB Tyrann Mathieu
The Cardinals released Tyrann Mathieu because he wouldn't take a pay cut. It's a head-scratching decision, as Mathieu is one of the top defensive backs in the NFL. He's coming off a couple of down years because of an ACL tear, but now that he's two years removed from it, he's bound to perform on a Pro Bowl level again. Mathieu, just 26 this spring, is bound to garner plenty of interest on the open market.

Here are some teams that could sign Mathieu:

New York Giants: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is gone, and the Giants could use help in their secondary. Their new defensive coordinator, James Bettcher, coached Mathieu in Arizona, so there wouldn't be a transitional period for the Honey Badger.

Houston Texans: The Texans have the money to make Mathieu a huge offer, and I could see them doing it, as they need to repair their ailing secondary.

New Orleans Saints: Kenny Vaccaro is gone, and Mathieu can do everything Vaccaro did and more.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Pittsburgh's top need is linebacker, but safety is a huge issue as well. Mathieu would be a great addition to their defensive backfield.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Like the Texans, the Buccaneers have plenty of cash to throw Mathieu's way, and giving him a big contract would be more responsible than tossing a huge deal in Cameron Brate's direction.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders need a play-maker in their secondary, and Mathieu certainly qualifies as one.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers have shown that they're willing to be more aggressive in free agency. If that trend continues, they could go after Mathieu, especially if Morgan Burnett leaves.

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Packers cut WR Jordy Nelson
Jordy Nelson looked done last year. He struggled with Brett Hundley, and he wasn't much better with Aaron Rodgers, failing to top 100 receiving yards in any game. He was a complete non-factor with Hundley, and at age 33, his career could be over.

That said, Nelson wasn't too far removed from a torn ACL. Even though he logged 97 catches for 1,257 yards in 2016, it could be possible that he wasn't 100 percent. If so, perhaps he can have one or two more quality seasons with a strong quarterback.

Here are some teams that could sign Nelson:

New England Patriots: "I might as well list the Patriots for every veteran." Yes, again. Nelson makes a ton of sense for the Patriots, as Bill Belichick loves his old, washed-up receivers.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens need to find two receivers this offseason. Joe Flacco has always loved throwing to taller wideouts, so Nelson could be a nice end-zone target for him.

Minnesota Vikings: Having Nelson as a third receiver to pair with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen makes sense. Nelson, like Brett Favre, would like to stick it to his former team with Minnesota.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders should find a third receiver, as they need to make sure Derek Carr bounces back this season.

Indianapolis Colts: I could see the Colts adding Nelson to help Andrew Luck in his return. Luck would definitely qualify as the strong quarterback Nelson needs to thrive.

Buffalo Bills: The Bills need receiving help beyond Kelvin Benjamin.

Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles lost Torrey Smith, and Nelson would be a cheap replacement.

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Cowboys cut CB Orlando Scandrick
The Cowboys had to make at least one cut because of their dire cap situation. They let go of Orlando Scandrick, who was once considered one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL. However, he has struggled lately because his career has been derailed by injuries. He hasn't played a full season since 2013, and he's now 31.

That said, Scandrick, if healthy, could bounce back. He should generate some interest as a candidate for a 1-year "prove it" deal.

Here are some teams that could sign Scandrick:

Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings are gearing up for a Super Bowl run, signing Kirk Cousins and Sheldon Richardson. Scandrick would be another nice addition, as Minnesota could use a new slot corner.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks lost two cornerbacks this offseason, so they could be interested in Scandrick.

Washington Redskins: The Redskins traded Kendall Fuller to the Chiefs, so they'll be looking for a new nickel corner. Plus, I'm always in favor of teams poaching key players from rivals.

Denver Broncos: Aqib Talib is gone, so the Broncos could be looking for a third cornerback.

New England Patriots: You can never count out Bill Belichick to sign a veteran.

Green Bay Packers: Green Bay tried to sign Kyle Fuller and failed, so perhaps they'll turn their attention toward Scandrick.

Philadelphia Eagles: Like the Redskins, the Eagles could poach one of Dallas' players. The Eagles lost Patrick Robinson and could replace him with Scandrick.

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Cardinals cut RB Adrian Peterson
I can't really see Adrian Peterson generating much interest on the open market. Peterson failed in New Orleans last year, and outside of one great game against a lethargic Tampa team, he did nothing in Arizona. After that performance against the Buccaneers, Peterson averaged worse than two yards per carry in three of his five remaining games.

That said, Peterson could find a home as a backup for a team in desperate need of a running game.

Here are some teams that could sign Peterson:

Buffalo Bills: I'd say I'm joking about the Bills loving old, plodding running backs, but given that they had Mike Tolbert on the roster last year, and that they've shown interest in Jonathan Stewart, they could certainly sign Peterson.

Arizona Cardinals: There's actually still a chance that Peterson returns to Arizona, per Adam Schefter.

New England Patriots: The Patriots have to be in the mix for a washed-up veteran, right? They could lose Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead this offseason, so it makes sense.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos are shopping C.J. Anderson. They can sign Peterson as a backup if Anderson is dealt.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns don't have a running game at the moment. Peterson wouldn't change that, but he could eat up some carries when Saquon Barkley is resting.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks have the same problem as the Bills. They're addicted to old, plodding running backs, and Peterson fits those characteristics.

Miami Dolphins: Old people usually go to Florida to retire, so perhaps Peterson will follow that trend.

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Dolphins attempting to trade OT Ja'Wuan James
The Dolphins have already cut Ndamukong Suh and traded Jarvis Landry. It appears as though Ja'Wuan James is next, as they are purging the roster for some much-needed salary cap space. James has been their best blocker over the past couple of years, so that should tell you how desperate for money Miami is right now.

James should net a late-round pick. He's better than that, but teams know the Dolphins have absolutely no leverage. Thus, teams should be calling up Miami frantically to acquire the talented blocker.

Here are some teams that could trade for James:

Houston Texans: The Texans are absolutely desperate for offensive line help. They should be on the phone with Miami right now.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos are the other team that really sticks out. They're rumored to target Nate Solder, but James would provide a better solution at right tackle, which was a big problem area for Denver in 2017.

Cleveland Browns: Why the hell not? John Dorsey has already made a billion trades, so why not a billion-and-one? The Browns have a solid offensive line, but possess a hole at right tackle.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks have gotten rid of several defensive players, so maybe they'll upgrade the offense. Their blocking, of course, is atrocious and would really benefit from James' presence.

Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals are another NFC West team that struggled to block last year. James would be a nice fix.

Indianapolis Colts: Indianapolis needs to bolster its front to make sure Andrew Luck doesn't take more hits to his shoulder. Right tackle needs to be addressed.

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Giants cut CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
The Giants cut Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who is coming off a down year after clashing with coaches. Rodgers-Cromartie, 32 in April, can still be a solid contributor for a season or two, so he should generate interest before the free-agent market opens Wednesday.

Here are some teams that could sign Rodgers-Cromartie:

New England Patriots: This seems like the sort of player Bill Belichick would be interested in. Belichick has an affinity for veterans, and there was interest for Richard Sherman. Rodgers-Cromartie would fill the void Malcolm Butler would leave behind.

Kansas City Chiefs: I really like Kansas City as a destination as well. The Chiefs traded Marcus Peters, so they need a cornerback, and Andy Reid coached Rodgers-Cromartie in 2011 and 2012.

Detroit Lions: If Richard Sherman didn't sign with San Francisco, his next visit would've been with the Lions, so Detroit will certainly pursue Rodgers-Cromartie.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers figure to be more aggressive in free agency with a new general manager in place, and they have to find cornerback help, especially in the wake of the Damarious Randall trade.

Chicago Bears: The Bears have a great defense, but cornerback is a position of weakness. Rodgers-Cromartie would be a nice, temporary solution.

Carolina Panthers: Carolina's secondary needs upgrades at corner and safety, so they'll certainly be in the mix.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers are desperate for cornerback help as well, so they're another logical spot.

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Rams WR Sammy Watkins to hit free agency
The Rams had a choice between franchising safety LaMarcus Joyner and wide receiver Sammy Watkins. Joyner played extremely well this past season, while Watkins proved to be a disappointment, catching just 39 passes. He reached the end zone eight times, but didn't do much otherwise. Franchising Joyner was the correct choice, and that's the one the Rams made.

The result of this is Watkins reaching free agency, barring a last-minute contract. There will be plenty of interest in Watkins, who is two years removed from accumulating 1,047 yards and nine touchdowns in 13 games.

Here are some teams that could sign Watkins:

Cleveland Browns: The Browns have a ridiculous amount of cap space ($113 million), and won't be spending it on Kirk Cousins. They could throw a ton of money at Watkins with the promise that he'll be catching passes from the No. 1 overall pick.

New York Jets: Like the Browns, the Jets have tons of money to spend ($89 million), and they also are starved for receiver help, especially in the wake of Robby Anderson's arrest.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have to make some serious upgrades on defense and the offensive line, but they also need a receiver to start across from T.Y. Hilton. They have $72 million in cap space, so they can definitely afford to bring in Watkins to help Andrew Luck.

Washington Redskins: The Redskins have $48 million in cap space, and they also have a need for a No. 1 receiver.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacksonville might be losing Allen Robinson this offseason, so the team could pursue Watkins. The Jaguars have plenty of money to do so ($35 million).

Chicago Bears: Chicago has plenty of cap space ($50 million) and has a big need for an upgrade at receiver. There's been some optimism for Kevin White, who has been working out with Mitchell Trubisky this offseason, but the position is still in need of an upgrade.

Tennessee Titans: Eric Decker was a failure, and he almost certainly won't be back in 2018. The Titans can use some of their $47 million available to acquire a replacement for Decker.

I would've considered the Cowboys and Ravens, but both teams are really hurting for cap space.

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Seahawks to part ways with Jimmy Graham in free agency
Jimmy Graham won't be back in Seattle next year, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. This isn't a surprise; Graham scored 10 times in 2017, but regressed overall, thanks to his age (32 in November) and injury (torn patellar tendon a couple of seasons ago). Still, Graham will generate plenty of interest on the open market.

Here are some teams that could sign Graham:

New Orleans Saints: Josh Katzenstein of NOLA.com reported that Graham could be interested in returning to New Orleans. The question is whether the Saints will want him. What we do know is that they need an upgrade at tight end.

Green Bay Packers: With a new general manager in place, the Packers could be more open to signing big-name free agents. Graham would fill a big need for them.

Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins are done with Julius Thomas, so they'll be searching for an upgrade at the position.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens have tons of needs this offseason on the offensive side of the ball, including tight end. Signing Graham would make sense for them.

Houston Texans: The Texans have plenty of cap space, and they don't have many needs outside of two major areas (offensive line, secondary). They've needed a solid tight end since Owen Daniels departed following the 2013 season.

New England Patriots: Rob Gronkowski has discussed retirement. I don't think he'll hang up the cleats, but if he does, the Patriots could go after Graham as a replacement.

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Jets release DE/DT Muhammad Wilkerson
This can't have been any sort of surprise. Muhammad Wilkerson was one of the top 3-4 defensive ends prior to 2016, but he transformed into a lethargic bum after signing his 5-year, $87 million contract. Wilkerson, however, is only 28, so he can certainly bounce back, especially if he signs with a team that has a strong locker room.

Here are some teams that could sign Wilkerson:

New England Patriots: This seems like such a Patriots move. New England has a history of signing miscasts from the AFC East, and Wilkerson would be a tremendous upgrade for a team that is desperate for an interior pass rush.

Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings are another team with a strong locker room that could sign Wilkerson. He would replace Sharrif Floyd, whose career was derailed by injury. Minnesota has tons of cap space, and while a big chunk of that could go to Kirk Cousins, Wilkerson could be signed as well.

Cleveland Browns: I can't see Wilkerson playing hard in Cleveland, but the Browns have $109 million to spend, and they need someone to start next to Danny Shelton in the interior.

Detroit Lions: The Lions need to improve their defense, and one of the lacking areas happens to be at defensive tackle next to A'Shawn Robinson.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders don't have a ton of cap room ($18 million), but perhaps they'd still target Wilkerson, who would be a huge boon for their poor interior pass rush.

Arizona Cardinals: Robert Nkemdiche has been a disappointment thus far, so Arizona could pursue someone like Wilkerson.

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Bears inform QB Mike Glennon of his impending release
Mike Glennon had a career completion percentage of 59.4 and a YPA of 6.5 entering the 2017 season, so it seems so asinine that the Bears signed him to a big contract. Glennon predictably flopped as a starter, but should be a solid backup.

Here are some teams that could sign Glennon once he's released:

New York Jets: If the Jets can't retain Josh McCown, perhaps they'd sign Glennon to start while their first-round rookie gets ready, much like Mitchell Trubisky last year.

Buffalo Bills: I suppose the Bills could be desperate enough to give Glennon a starting job if they can't do anything else at quarterback, but they should have better options.

Green Bay Packers: It would be difficult to imagine the Packers going into 2018 with Brett Hundley as the No. 2 quarterback again. They could stand to have a solid backup like Glennon.

Arizona Cardinals: I think the Cardinals will pursue A.J. McCarron or Case Keenum this offseason, but if they fail to get either one of them, they could target Glennon instead.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: It's possible that Glennon could go back home to be Jameis Winston's backup again, as Ryan Fitzpatrick is an impending free agent.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens need a better backup quarterback than the incompetent Ryan Mallett.

Philadelphia Eagles: If the Eagles trade Nick Foles, perhaps they'd bring in Glennon to take the snaps and start until Carson Wentz is ready to play, but my money would be on Sam Bradford in this scenario.

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Panthers cut RB Jonathan Stewart
Every Jonathan Stewart run was painful last year because it was a touch Christian McCaffrey wasn't receiving. Stewart didn't do much with his opportunities, gaining just 3.4 yards per carry. Thanks to lots of injuries over the years, Stewart is now a shell of his former self. Still, he's a big name, and he could serve as a decent No. 2 back next year, so he might have some interest.

Here are some teams that could sign Stewart:

Buffalo Bills: Buffalo has proven that it loves old, crappy running backs, opting to go with Mike Tolbert last year over the younger, better Jonathan Williams. Stewart is less old and less crappy than Tolbert at the moment, so will he be old and bad enough for the Bills to sign?

New York Jets: The Jets have a ton of needs, so they may not be able to spend a second- or third-round pick on a running back. They may want to pair Stewart with Bilal Powell. That doesn't sound like a great idea, but it could happen.

Seattle Seahawks: Seattle has nothing at running back and could be desperate enough to add Stewart.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns are likely going to spend an early pick on a running back, perhaps Saquon Barkley. However, the front office may decide that it needs a veteran backup just in case, and if so, Stewart would make sense.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers would love Barkley, but are unlikely to get him at No. 7. Thus, they'll spend a second-day pick on a rookie. Like the Browns, they may want a veteran as insurance.

Detroit Lions: I have the Lions taking Sony Michel at No. 20 in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. If they go a different route, perhaps they'd opt to sign Stewart to pair with a running back chosen later in the draft.

New York Giants: Like the other New York team, the Giants have lots of holes, so if they don't get Saquon Barkley and can't spend a second-day pick on a running back, Stewart might be an option.

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Cowboys to trade CB Orlando Scandrick
Cowboys VP Stephen Jones told the media that his team will trade or cut Orlando Scandrick. For future reference, Jones should realize that announcing a potential trade or release hurts that player's value, meaning Dallas likely won't get much for the cornerback. Scandrick is a talented player, but just turned 31 and hasn't played a full season since 2013.

Here are some teams that could trade for Scandrick:

Kansas City Chiefs: The Chiefs have gotten a ton of flak for trading Marcus Peters. They can appease their fans by finding a replacement for the new Ram.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers are really hurting at cornerback, and it would be nice if they found a proven commodity to bolster their atrocious secondary.

Houston Texans: The Texans are another team poised to make a deep run into the playoffs that is desperate for secondary help. They don't have a first- or second-round pick, so they'll need to make some moves prior to the 2018 NFL Draft.

Carolina Panthers: Carolina's secondary hasn't been the same since losing Josh Norman. Scandrick is obviously not on Norman's level, but he should definitely help.

Detroit Lions: Detroit has one great cornerback in Darius Slay. The rest of the corners aren't anything special, so an upgrade is needed.

Chicago Bears: Chicago has a strong defense, but one of the team's few weaknesses on that side of the ball happens to be at cornerback.

New York Jets: Now that the quarterback situation has been solved, San Francisco's greatest weak spot is at cornerback.

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Bears release DE/OLB Pernell McPhee
Several players were cut Monday, Feb. 26, including Kurt Coleman and Charles Johnson. The best of the bench is Pernell McPhee, who can still produce when healthy. He registered 14 sacks for Chicago in three seasons, but struggled to stay on the field, missing 12 games and playing hurt in many others. Still, McPhee is worth obtaining for a cheap, "prove it" contract, as he can be a solid contributor if he can avoid injuries.

Here are some teams that could sign McPhee, who should remain in a 3-4 as an outside rusher:

Los Angeles Rams: The Rams seem like a great fit for McPhee. They need an edge rusher to start across from Robert Quinn, as Connor Barwin was a disappointment this past season. Los Angeles seems ready to make a Super Bowl push, and perhaps McPhee is the one missing piece the team needs.

Green Bay Packers: The Packers could use some depth at edge rusher, as Clay Matthews is another player who has battled injuries over the past several seasons.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Pittsburgh lost a veteran edge rusher in James Harrison, so here's another one to help boost the defense.

Kansas City Chiefs: Like the Steelers, the Chiefs are going to be without their veteran edge rusher, as Tamba Hali is a presumed cap cut. McPhee would be a nice replacement.

Houston Texans: The Texans are another team poised to make a deep run into the playoffs with their young quarterback. They need depth behind Jadeveon Clowney and Whitney Mercilus.

New York Jets: The Jets are lacking edge rushers, so McPhee would easily be a starter. He could rehabilitate his stock with a strong season in New York.

Los Angeles Chargers: Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram are both terrific, but the depth behind them won't be if Jerry Attaochu leaves via free agency.

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Rumor: Dolphins seeking to trade WR Jarvis Landry
The Dolphins wasted no time franchise tagging Jarvis Landry. Teams usually wait until mid-March to do so, but Miami did so at the first opportunity. This is speculated as a sign that the Dolphins would like to trade Landry. This isn't the first occasion in which there have been rumors about the Dolphins wanted to deal their star wideout, so tagging him right away just adds fuel to the fire.

Landry has his detractors. He has 4.7 speed and tends to drop more passes than he should. There are also some lingering off-the-field concerns. However, Landry is a tremendous route runner and a dynamic weapon as a slot receiver. Teams undoubtedly will be interested in him, perhaps for as much as a second-round pick.

Here are some teams that could trade for Landry:

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are suddenly a deep playoff contender with Jimmy Garoppolo. However, Garoppolo doesn't have much to throw to besides Pierre Garcon and perhaps Marquise Goodwin. It's worth noting that the 49ers have the second-most cap space in the NFL, so they can afford to give Landry a big contract.

Chicago Bears: The Bears will have nothing at receiver if Cameron Meredith doesn't return from a brutal injury he suffered last August. Getting Landry would be a huge boon for Mitchell Trubisky. Chicago has $41 million in cap space.

Indianapolis Colts: Donte Moncrief has proven to be a huge disappointment. The Colts have major upgrades to make in their defense and offensive line, but finding another receiving threat to go along with T.Y. Hilton is also imperative.

Oakland Raiders: There was earlier speculation that the Raiders were going to release Michael Crabtree, but it sounds like he'll be retained now. Regardless, the Raiders have only two viable receivers, so adding a dynamic talent like Landry would make Derek Carr thrilled.

Carolina Panthers: Carolina traded away Kelvin Benjamin and is in need of another potent receiving weapon to go along with Devin Funchess.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns have $110 million in cap space, so they could make a move for Landry on top of signing some free agents. Josh Gordon is the only proven receiver on the roster, and there's no guarantee he'll stay out of trouble.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos are going to move on from Demaryius Thomas in the near future. For the present, they could use a third receiver to go along with Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

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Bears G Josh Sitton released
Doug Martin may have been the big name who was released today, but Josh Sitton is much better. He's been a terrific guard who is in the top 25 of the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings.

The Bears opted to get rid of him to save $8 million. Sitton turns 32 in June, so Chicago's plan is to go younger. However, interior offensive linemen can play at a high level well into their mid-30s, so Sitton should be a hot commodity come March.

Here are some teams that make sense for Sitton:

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys really miss Ronald Leary. Their run blocking was so much worse without him, and Sitton would be a strong replacement.

Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta's offensive line wasn't as good as it was during the Super Bowl run. There's a weak link at right guard, and Sitton would offer a huge upgrade.

Houston Texans: I forgot to list the Texans when I published my initial list. Houston is desperate for blocking help to keep Deshaun Watson healthy, and the team would love to have a great talent like Sitton.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are suddenly a deep playoff contender with Jimmy Garoppolo. They need to protect him as best as possible, and they have a huge weakness at guard.

Tennessee Titans: Both of the Titans' starting guards are free agents. A superior guard would help open up big holes for Derrick Henry and protect Marcus Mariota.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers would love to land Quenton Nelson, but he may not fall to No. 7 overall. They need to protect Jameis Winston if they want to finally make the playoffs.

Miami Dolphins: Miami has one of the worst interior offensive lines in the NFL. Upgrades are needed if the Dolphins want to make it back to the playoffs.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos seemingly want to take Quenton Nelson at No. 5 - but only if they sign Kirk Cousins. If they don't get a quarterback, signing Sitton would make sense.

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Bears G Josh Sitton released
Doug Martin may have been the big name who was released today, but Josh Sitton is much better. He's been a terrific guard who is in the top 25 of the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings.

The Bears opted to get rid of him to save $8 million. Sitton turns 32 in June, so Chicago's plan is to go younger. However, interior offensive linemen can play at a high level well into their mid-30s, so Sitton should be a hot commodity come March.

Here are some teams that make sense for Sitton:

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys really miss Ronald Leary. Their run blocking was so much worse without him, and Sitton would be a strong replacement.

Atlanta Falcons: Atlanta's offensive line wasn't as good as it was during the Super Bowl run. There's a weak link at right guard, and Sitton would offer a huge upgrade.

Houston Texans: I forgot to list the Texans when I published my initial list. Houston is desperate for blocking help to keep Deshaun Watson healthy, and the team would love to have a great talent like Sitton.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers are suddenly a deep playoff contender with Jimmy Garoppolo. They need to protect him as best as possible, and they have a huge weakness at guard.

Tennessee Titans: Both of the Titans' starting guards are free agents. A superior guard would help open up big holes for Derrick Henry and protect Marcus Mariota.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers would love to land Quenton Nelson, but he may not fall to No. 7 overall. They need to protect Jameis Winston if they want to finally make the playoffs.

Miami Dolphins: Miami has one of the worst interior offensive lines in the NFL. Upgrades are needed if the Dolphins want to make it back to the playoffs.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos seemingly want to take Quenton Nelson at No. 5 - but only if they sign Kirk Cousins. If they don't get a quarterback, signing Sitton would make sense.

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Buccaneers RB Doug Martin released
This shouldn't have been a surprise to anyone. Doug Martin had two incredible, 1,400-rushing seasons as a former first-round pick, but his other four NFL years have been duds. Martin has battled through injuries and lethargy, and Tampa's party scene derailed his career. That said, he makes sense as a 1-year "prove it" player, as he could provide a very short-term solution to a team's running-game woes.

Here are some teams that make sense for Martin:

New England Patriots: Bill Belichick loves signing veterans who may or may not be washed up. The Patriots could lose Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead this offseason, so Martin could be a nice fit for 2018.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks signed a lethargic running back in Eddie Lacy last offseason, and it didn't quite pan out. Perhaps they'd have more success with Martin. They should at least try, as they have a huge void in the backfield.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens have no running game to speak of, as Alex Collins is their best option. They can do better, and Martin could start at running back until the second-day or mid-round back Baltimore drafts is ready to take over.

New York Giants: The Giants are in the same situation as the Ravens. They don't even have anyone as good as Collins! Signing Martin and then spending a second-day selection on a running back would make a lot of sense (assuming New York isn't targeting Saquon Barkley at No. 2 overall.)

Washington Redskins: Robert Kelley and Samaje Perine are both pretty lackluster. Martin would form a nice one-two punch with Chris Thompson if he can bounce back.

Detroit Lions: Ameer Abdullah has been a big disappointment. I have the Lions taking Sony Michel at No. 20 overall in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft, but Martin would still make sense, as he and Michel could form a terrific tandem.

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Steelers DE/OLB James Harrison released
The Steelers shocked the NFL world Saturday when they released their long-time pass-rusher, James Harrison. The 39-year-old has barely played this season because of the younger players in front of him, but considering that he performed last year, he could still have something left in the tank to help another Super Bowl contender. Here are some possible destinations:

New England Patriots: Bill Belichick loves signing veterans who may or may not be washed up. The Patriots need to bolster their pass rush, so adding Harrison makes sense.

Baltimore Ravens: Harrison already went to one AFC North rival (Bengals), so why not another? The Ravens could stand to add another pass-rusher for their postseason run.

Kansas City Chiefs: Tamba Hali has not played well this year, and the same can be said for Dee Ford when he was on the field. Justin Houston needs a potent threat across from him.

Los Angeles Rams: Wade Phillips' defense needs another pass-rushing presence to play across from Robert Quinn.

Atlanta Falcons: The Falcons couldn't apply any sort of pressure on Jameis Winston this past Monday night, so that doesn't bode well going forward.

Carolina Panthers: The Panthers already have one old-man edge rusher, but they could use another to help beat the talented quarterbacks in the NFC.

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Giants QB Eli Manning benched; likely to be on trade block
The Eli Manning era in New York is apparently over. Manning been benched in favor of Geno Smith, and the Giants likely plan on selecting a quarterback in April. I have them taking Lamar Jackson in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft.

Manning is certain to be traded this spring. Here are some possible destinations:

Jacksonville Jaguars: This makes the most sense to me. Tom Coughlin is making the decisions in Jacksonville, and the Jaguars need a veteran quarterback to put them over the top. Coughlin and Manning reuniting seems very logical.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos may not be able to land the quarterback they want in the draft, and Peyton Manning might have a chat with John Elway about acquiring his younger brother.

New York Jets: I could see Manning remaining in New York to quarterback the Jets, who also could use a veteran presence under center to lead an improving roster.

Cleveland Browns: I've added a couple more teams, which readers have suggested on Facebook. Bill B. pointed out that Jimmy Haslam, who has ties to Tennessee, could bring in Peyton Manning to run operations, and Peyton, in turn, could acquire Eli.

Buffalo Bills: Jeremy L. suggested the Bills, which makes sense if they decide to move on from Tyrod Taylor.

Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers, per Eric M., work for Manning as well. Ben Roethlisberger has discussed retirement, and Manning would be a logical successor as the team develops Josh Dobbs.

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Colts are willing to trade WR T.Y. Hilton. - PFT
Trading T.Y. Hilton would be very stupid, as he's Andrew Luck's only viable receiver. Still, it's being reported as a possibility, partly because Hilton is unwilling to re-negotiate his contract, which is worth $11 million plus in each of 2018, 2019 and 2020.

Some teams that could trade for Hilton include:

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have needed a No. 2 receiver for years. Terrance Williams sucks. I wrote this in the Calvin Johnson entry, but it's still true.

Chicago Bears: The Bears have no receiving talent, so they might be willing to trade for Hilton to give Mitchell Trubisky a legitimate No. 1 receiver.

Buffalo Bills: Like the Bears, Buffalo is an obvious team lacking a No. 1 receiver. Hilton would be huge for the offense, as he would open more opportunities for LeSean McCoy.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns are desperate for a legitimate NFL receiver. The problem is that the 2018 receiving class isn't very good.

Denver Broncos: Denver's downfield threats are Demaryius Thomas, an injured Emmanuel Sanders... and that's it.

Some of the teams I listed for Calvin Johnson below make sense as well.

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Lions WR Calvin Johnson has drawn trade consideration. - Adam Schefter
Two teams have approached the Lions about acquiring Calvin Johnson, according to Adam Schefter. It's unclear if Johnson wants to return to the NFL, but people who are close to him may know something, hence the sudden interest.

Some teams that could trade for Johnson include:

Philadelphia Eagles: Most teams could obviously use Calvin Johnson. The Eagles would love to have him, as Torrey Smith has been a big disappointment, while Alshon Jeffery is just a No. 2.

Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys have needed a No. 2 receiver for years. Terrance Williams sucks.

New England Patriots: The Patriots have a history - albeit a bad one - of acquiring aging receivers. If Megatron is even 75 percent of what he used to be, can you imagine how lethal New England's offense would be?

Pittsburgh Steelers: Martavis Bryant hasn't lived up to expectations, while JuJu Smith-Schuster is just a rookie. The Steelers could be interested in a better No. 2 receiver for a potential Super Bowl run.

Kansas City Chiefs: Tyreek Hill is Kansas City's only viable wide receiver, so Andy Reid would love to have Megatron.

As I said, lots of teams are bound to have interest in Johnson, but I listed those I could see him coming out of retirement for. I could expand this list to include the Bills, Redskins, Broncos, etc., but those seem less realistic.

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Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham could be traded. - Ian Rapoport
Ian Rapoport's reporting has been inaccurate lately, but he mentioned that the Seahawks could trade Jimmy Graham, so I thought I'd address it here. Graham has dropped a ton of passes this year, as he has not lived up to his athletic ability. It's understandable that the Seahawks would be frustrated with him, hence the trade possibility.

Some teams that could trade for Graham include:

Detroit Lions: Eric Ebron has also dropped lots of passes, but I'm sure Matthew Stafford would enjoy throwing to Graham rather than Ebron.

Miami Dolphins: Julius Thomas sucks, so the Dolphins could be interested. Jay Cutler and Thomas have formed perhaps the most lethargic quarterback-tight end pairing of all time, so Cutler-Graham would be a bit less lethargic.

Houston Texans: This is the most obvious trade, as the Texans could deal Duane Brown. The Seahawks are desperate for a left tackle, and Brown would give them a big upgrade. Houston acquiring Jimmy Graham would give them a needed upgrade at tight end.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Blake Bortles sucks, but perhaps he'll suck less with a talented tight end as an intermediate target.

Oakland Raiders: Jared Cook has been a predictable disappointment, so Graham would be a huge upgrade.

Denver Broncos: John Elway can't do anything about the quarterback situation right now, but perhaps he can give Trevor Siemian a potent threat over the middle.

Like Vontae Davis, whom I profiled below, Graham is an impending free agent, so the team that acquires him should be a buyer for 2017.

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Colts CB Vontae Davis generating trade interest. - Adam Schefter
Unless the Colts plan on re-signing Vontae Davis, it would make sense for them to trade him because he's an impending free agent in March. Davis, 30 in May, has regressed in recent years because of numerous injuries, but he used to be a great cornerback, so it's possible that he could play well again in a new home.

Some teams that could trade for Davis include:

Carolina Panthers: The Panthers have just one viable cornerback in James Bradberry, as their defense hasn't been the same since losing Josh Norman.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Buccaneers have some awful cornerback play outside of Brent Grimes, who won't be around much longer. Vernon Hargreaves has been a huge disappointment.

Miami Dolphins: Despite the ugly loss at Baltimore, the 4-3 Dolphins are in the playoff mix, so they could be buyers. They got rid of Byron Maxwell, so maybe another veteran cornerback will help.

Kansas City Chiefs: Derek Carr just lit up Kansas City's secondary. Marcus Peters is a great cornerback, but the Chiefs are very lacking at the position otherwise.

Oakland Raiders: Oakland's secondary struggles have been well publicized. The Raiders already added one veteran in NaVorro Bowman, so perhaps they could acquire another.

There are some other teams that need cornerbacks, but I decided to exclude those not in playoff contention.

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Steelers WR Martavis Bryant requests trade
Martavis Bryant requested a trade, then told everyone that this was fake news. Then, he followed that up by skipping a team meeting. There have been reports that Bryant is frustrated with the Steelers, so Pittsburgh could easily deal him in the next eight days.

Some teams that could trade for Bryant include:

Chicago Bears: The Bears have nothing at receiver. I don't know if pairing a rookie quarterback with a negative presence like Bryant is the best idea, but it's an option worth exploring.

San Francisco 49ers: The 49ers have just one viable wideout in Pierre Garcon. Again, giving a rookie a bad-attitude guy doesn't seem like a great move, but San Francisco has less invested in C.J. Beathard.

Buffalo Bills: This makes more sense. Bryant can't exactly ruin Tyrod Taylor, who desperately needs a potent downfield target. Jordan Matthews is not a No. 1 receiver.

Jacksonville Jaguars: I like this one a lot as well. Bryant can't capsize Blake Bortles' career. Bortles' top receiver is Allen Hurns, which is something that needs to change.

I considered a fifth team, the Ravens, but I can't see Pittsburgh and Baltimore trading with each other.

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Bills OT Cordy Glenn could be traded to Broncos - Benjamin Albright, Mile High Sports
To be clear, Benjamin Albright didn't exactly say it would be Cordy Glenn, citing that the Broncos were attempting to trade for a tackle from Buffalo. That could only really be Glenn though, as the new coaching staff has expressed frustration with him. Rookie Dion Dawkins has done a solid job at left tackle, so it makes sense for the Bills to move on from Glenn, who is making $12 million per year.

If Glenn is really on the trading block, Denver would make a ton of sense for him. Acquiring Glenn would allow Menelik Watson to go to the bench, where he belongs. Still, if these rumors are true, it made me wonder who else could trade for Glenn. Some teams that could trade for Glenn include:

New York Giants: The Giants aren't exactly buyers right now, but they've had offensive line issues for years. Glenn would be a nice investment as a blind-side blocker for whomever the Giants select in the 2018 NFL Draft (Josh Rosen in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft.)

Chicago Bears: The Bears have a great interior offensive line, but they could stand to improve their woeful edge blocking to help protect Mitchell Trubisky.

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks probably make more sense than anyone, even Denver. We all know of Seattle's offensive line woes.

Arizona Cardinals: Jared Veldheer thought about retirement prior to 2017, and he's certainly playing like it right now.

Houston Texans: It's amazing what Deshaun Watson has been able to do thus far despite some horrible pass protection. Imagine how much better he would be with Glenn.

These are just six teams (including Denver). More franchises could use help at offensive tackle, and Glenn, 28, should be able to play at a high level for at least four more years.

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49ers are shopping Carlos Hyde - Benjamin Albright, Mile High Sports
The 49ers failed to trade NaVorro Bowman, but they're almost certain to have better luck with Carlos Hyde. Unlike Bowman, Hyde is playing well this year, averaging 4.5 yards per carry behind an average offensive line.

It makes sense that San Francisco would want to deal Hyde. He's in his contract year, and he's not a perfect fit for Kyle Shanahan's offense. Plus, the 49ers will be in position to select Saquon Barkley, as seen in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft.

Some teams that could trade for Hyde include:

Dallas Cowboys: If the Cowboys can acquire Hyde cheaply, he would make for a nice rental if Ezekiel Elliott's suspension were to be upheld.

Minnesota Vikings: Here's another team that could use Hyde as a rental. Dalvin Cook is out, so if the Vikings are to make a playoff run, they'll need a strong running game.

Seattle Seahawks: None of the Seattle running backs have been overly impressive this season. Hyde would be a huge upgrade over what the Seahawks have.

Baltimore Ravens: Alex Collins? Terrance West? Buck Allen? None of these guys are any good. The Ravens are 3-2, and if they're to make a playoff push, they'll need a better running game.

Cleveland Browns: The Browns need to upgrade Isaiah Crowell. If they can guarantee that Hyde will re-sign to a long-term deal, they could pull the trigger on a trade.

These are just five teams. Any team that suffers an injury to a running back of theirs will surely consider trading for Hyde as well.

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49ers were shopping NaVorro Bowman (released at 4:30 p.m.) - Adam Schefter, ESPN
From an economical perspective, NaVorro Bowman seems like a great buy-low candidate. Bowman has struggled this season, as it appears as though the Achilles injury he suffered last year has sapped him of his explosiveness. However, Bowman is still just 29, so even though he looks decrepit, he may not be done just yet. He could easily rebound in 2018 and beyond, and I don't think it's out of the realm of possibility that he could be more effective down the stretch this season.

Adam Schefter reported that a number of teams are interested in Bowman, so it appears as though some were thinking along the same wave length. However, Bowman was released, so any team could sign him now.

Some teams that could sign Bowman include:

Green Bay Packers: I thought I'd add the Packers to this list, as they could use a linebacker to play with Blake Martinez.

Carolina Panthers: If the Panthers are worried that Luke Kuechly's latest concussion will sideline him for a while, it would make sense to acquire NaVorro Bowman if the price is very cheap.

New Orleans Saints: The Saints are very weak at linebacker, especially in the wake of Alex Anzalone's injury.

New England Patriots: It's been documented how horrible New England's linebackers are, aside from Dont'a Hightower. Here's an opportunity to acquire a potential upgrade.

Baltimore Ravens: The Ravens have needed a solid complement to C.J. Mosley for some time now, and Bowman seems like the type of veteran they like to bring into their roster.

Indianapolis Colts: The Colts have some of the weakest linebackers in the NFL.

Oakland Raiders: The same could be said of the Raiders, who have desperately needed a big upgrade at the position for years now.

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"It's looking" like the Patriots will trade Malcolm Butler. - Doug Kyed, NESN
There was speculation that Malcolm Butler would be traded this offseason, as the hot rumor was that he would be dealt to the Saints. That was eventually shut down when New Orleans selected Marshon Lattimore with its first-round pick.

Butler hasn't played very well this year, but he hasn't been horrible, or anything. He's still a solid starting cornerback who could really help a team with an ailing secondary get over the top. Perhaps the Patriots would trade him for a pass-rusher or a linebacker instead of a draft pick.

Some teams the Patriots could trade with include:

Philadelphia Eagles: Ronald Darby is hurt, and the Eagles have nothing else at corner. They've been rumored to be shopping Mychal Kendricks.

Green Bay Packers: Green Bay's secondary is a mess, and Butler would be a huge addition. The Packers have a number of young front-seven players they could part with.

Chicago Bears: The Bears have a strong front seven, but lack play-makers in the secondary.

Los Angeles Rams: Wade Phillips' defense needs another talented cornerback after Brian Hoyer shredded them Thursday night.

Tennessee Titans: The Titans recently acquired a former Patriot cornerback. Could they get another one? Perhaps Bill Belichick thinks he can make something out of the disappointing Kevin Dodd.

Oakland Raiders: The Raiders have major problems in their secondary, and Butler could really help bolster the stop unit.

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Saints shopping S Kenny Vaccaro. - Jason La Canfora
Kenny Vaccaro was a first-round pick in the historically awful 2013 NFL Draft. While Vaccaro hasn't been nearly as bad as some of the other first-rounders from that class, he has also been a disappointment. Vaccaro has played well at times, but has been incredibly inconsistent. He was awful in the season opener versus Minnesota.

Still, some teams might be interested in Vaccaro if all they have to surrender is a late-round pick. He's only 26 and still has some potential. Some teams that could be involved in a trade include the Chargers, who passed on Malik Hooker at No. 7 overall in the draft; Texans, who lost a safety to free agency during the offseason; the Bears, who have some horrid safety play; and the Redskins, who may have lost Su'a Cravens forever to personal issues.

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Patriots RB Dion Lewis drawing lots of interest.
The Patriots haven't made it known that they're willing to trade Dion Lewis, but teams have shown interest in him. Lewis is being criminally underused by the team, thanks to the massive amount of depth New England has at the position. Lewis is a very talented back who is a dynamic threat as a receiver out of the backfield. His downfall is his durability, but he would be a nice acquisition if his new team doesn't plan on using him as a primary runner.

It would make sense for the Patriots to trade Lewis. As mentioned, they're deep at running back, and they also have some major holes. They need a defensive end and a linebacker. Some trade partners who make sense are the Eagles (for linebacker Mychal Kendricks), 49ers (for linebacker NaVorro Bowman or defensive end Aaron Lynch), Bills (for linebacker Lorenzo Alexander) and Steelers (for linebackers Arthur Moats or Tyler Matakevich). Obviously, in some of these trades, draft picks would have to be thrown in.

Update: I'd like to add two new teams. The Ravens lost Danny Woodhead to an injury, so perhaps they're a possibility (for draft compensation). The Cardinals could be as well, depending on how long David Johnson is out (for Karlos Dansby or Josh Bynes).

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Bills have waived RB Jonathan Williams.
I've already posted something about the Bills' incompetence with waiving Jonathan Williams. Buffalo may not want a talented, young running back, but there will be teams in the market for him.

The Giants and Eagles stand out as two teams that should be interested in Williams. They have lackluster rushing attacks. Philadelphia is especially frustrated with LeGarrette Blount. The Packers and Steelers could add Williams as competition for the No. 2 running back spot. I'm also going to list the Jets as a possibility. If they trade Matt Forte, they'll need another running back to pair with Bilal Powell.

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Redskins have waived RB Matt Jones.
Matt Jones was picking up his personal items from his locker, but fumbled them while walking out the door. No one was surprised by this, based on Jones' penchant for coughing up the football. Jones, however, is talented as a former third-round pick. He's also still young (24). If he can get coached up and improve his ball security, he could be a starting running back somewhere in the future.

Some teams that make sense for him include the Giants, who have a lackluster rushing attack; the Steelers, who need a better No. 2 running back behind Le'Veon Bell; the Packers, who could find someone to compete with Jamaal Williams to be the team's top real running back on the roster; and the Eagles, who have been very disappointed with LeGarrette Blount thus far.

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Broncos have released S T.J. Ward.
Ward isn't coming off his best season, and he turns 31 in December. The Broncos tried to trade him, but couldn't find a suitor. Ward plays the run extremely well, but happens to be suspect in coverage. Some teams that make sense for him include the Rams (his connection with former defensive coordinator Wade Phillips), Browns (he played there previously, and they need someone next to Jabrill Peppers), Cowboys (would shore up a weakness at safety), Patriots (upgrading Patrick Chung is something New England should consider) and Texans (replacement for Quintin Demps).

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Seahawks are attempting to trade Ahtyba Rubin. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Ahtyba Rubin signed a 3-year, $12 million contract prior to the 2016 season, but proved to be a massive disappointment. He struggled in all regards, as he seemed too way fat and happy with his new deal. Now, Rubin could be on his way out.

Rubin still has potential to be a solid run-plugger, though at 31, he may never be the same player again. There might be teams interested in exchange for a late-round pick, however. I could see the Redskins pursuing Rubin, as they lost Phil Taylor to injury. The Bears could obtain insurance for Eddie Goldman, who always seems to be hurt. The Vikings could use a veteran defensive tackle if they don't believe Jaleel Johnson is ready. The Broncos are using Domata Peko at nose tackle and should be in the market for an upgrade. The Chargers also make sense, as they run a similar scheme and could use depth if Brandon Mebane gets hurt again.

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Seahawks are gauging the trade value of CB Jeremy Lane. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
It's odd that the Seahawks are thinking about trading one of their starting cornerbacks, but it could mean that they have a ton of faith in third-round rookie Shaq Griffin despite Griffin being torched in one of the preseason games.

Then again, Lane isn't very dependable. He has played a full 16-game slate just once in his career; he has missed 19 games in the past three years, and he performed poorly in 2016. Still, Lane has size (6-0, 190), youth (27) and some talent, so he could be appealing to teams in desperate need of a cornerback. Teams that could trade for Lane include the Chiefs, Packers and Raiders, as they are Super Bowl contenders who need to upgrade corner. I'd consider the Colts and Texans options as well; they're also weak at the position.

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Chargers have had trade discussions involving Dontrelle Inman. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
Dontrelle Inman is a talented, tall (6-3) receiver with upside. He caught 58 balls for 810 yards and four touchdowns last year. The Chargers could afford to deal him, as they have Keenan Allen, Tyrell Williams and Travis Benjamin, plus Mike Williams whenever he comes back from injury. Inman could be obtained for a late-round pick, and I expect teams to be interested if that's the required compensation.

Several teams that stand out to me are the Bears, who just lost Cameron Meredith; the Panthers, to replace Devin Funchess, who has been poor this preseason; the 49ers, who don't have a viable No. 2 receiver; the Jets, who don't even have a viable No. 1 receiver; and the Chiefs, thought I don't know if the Chargers want to deal Inman within the division.

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Jets are seeking to trade running back Matt Forte. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
It makes sense to trade Forte, given that the Jets are in complete tank mode. The problem is that Forte is owed $4 million guaranteed this year as a declining, soon-to-be 32-year-old. However, Forte did look good in the third preseason game, so a team desperate for a running back might be interested. The Eagles, Packers, Ravens and Giants are competitive teams that need a boost at running back. The Chiefs could also be interested after losing Spencer Ware. Dallas makes sense as well, given Ezekiel Elliott's suspension. Another thing to consider is that the Jets could just wait for a team's starter to get hurt. For example, Le'Veon Bell has been known to miss time each season, so the Steelers may consider trading for Forte as a replacement for their Pro Bowl back if Bell gets hurt.

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The Dolphins are listening to trade offers for Jarvis Landry. - Mike Lombardi, The Ringer
Miami doesn't want to extend Landry, as the front office thinks he's just a slot-only receiver. DeVante Parker is much more talented anyway. Some possibilities for Landry include the Raiders, Chiefs, Broncos, Texans and 49ers. Oakland and Denver have no third wideout. The Chiefs and 49ers are lacking at receiver, while the Texans could add another young weapon for Deshaun Watson.

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Browns release Joe Haden.
The Browns were attempting to aggressively trade Joe Haden, but that didn't quite pan out because of the money he was owed ($33 million over three years). Now that teams won't have to dedicate a good chunk of their cap to Haden, there will be interest in signing him. Haden's production has dropped off considerably over the past couple of seasons because of injuries. Still, Haden is only 28 and could rebound. Four primary teams that make sense for Haden are the Chiefs, Steelers, Packers and Raiders, as they are Super Bowl contenders with major issues at corner. I'd include the Eagles in that category as well, but they just traded for Ronald Darby. Two other teams that make sense are the Colts and Rams.

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Browns are shopping OT/C Cameron Erving. - Mary Kay Cabot
At first thought, it sounds silly that the Browns think they can trade Cameron Erving. The former Seminole has been atrocious through two seasons, and he didn't look any better this preseason. Having an actual turnstile on the field would be more effective. However, Erving was a first-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft and has some natural talent. He hasn't tried very hard in the NFL, but perhaps a new city and a new coaching staff is exactly what he needs, much like Greg Robinson, who has made vast improvements in Detroit.

Erving can play both center and right tackle - supposedly - and there are enough teams with major offensive line issues that could have interest. The 49ers have holes at both spots, for example. The Texans are desperate for right tackle help, as are the Ravens. The Chargers, meanwhile, are hurting for center help. The Dolphins could also consider Erving, as they have no depth on the offensive line.

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49ers cut OLB Ahmad Brooks.
Ahmad Brooks was once a very talented linebacker for the 49ers, but his effectiveness has dropped off a cliff in recent years. Giving him two stars is probably very generous, but perhaps he can help a team as a two-down player adn a leader in the locker room. Some teams that make sense for him are the Redskins, Packers, Seahawks, Colts and Raiders.

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Browns cut DT Desmond Bryant.
Desmond Bryant once signed a $34 million contract, but injuries have derailed his career. He missed all of 2016 with a torn pectoral, and he's now 31. However, Bryant was solid in 2015, playing well versus the run and accumulating six sacks. Bryant can still be an effective rotational player, but the Browns had to cut him because he was making too much money. Some teams that make sense for Bryant include the Cowboys, Vikings, Saints, Patriots, Colts and Broncos.

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Eagles cut RB Ryan Mathews.
Doug Pederson hated Ryan Mathews, but was forced to use him last year because he didn't have an alternative. That's no longer the case with LeGarrette Blount on the team, so the Eagles were able to cut Mathews once he was medically cleared. Mathews averaged five yards per carry in 2015 and is still just 29, so he can be a strong No. 2 on a team right now. His durability is a strike against him, but that should be fine if he doesn't have to carry the workload. Some teams that make sense for him include the Packers, Giants, Cowboys, Bills (if they plan on trading LeSean McCoy), Ravens and Steelers.

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