NFL Trade Deadline

NFL Trade Deadline

  Frank Coyle/ NFL Insider

 Playoff Clubs Working Deals at the 11th Hour
 Giants Trade DL Leo Williams to Seahawks

    The NFL trade deadline is today, Oct. 31 with clubs working the phones diligently seeking deals for the 2nd half playoff stretch run. Expect an active day of deals involving quality starters. The NFL trade date in 2024 opens in mid-March.   

 NFL Teams – possible available players


  CB Jaylon Johnson  
        Bills, Cowboys, 49ers and Chiefs interested in solid starter.
   Edge Chase Young
       His name is in many conversations for a #2 pick. May remain in DC and get tagged in March   
   Edge Montez Sweat
      Playmaker can provide impact off the edge. Chiefs, Bears and Bucs interested
     Seeking runner like Derek Henry and Dalvin Cook before deadline 
 An OL is always on the agenda and LT Garett Bolles has drawn interest.


  CB Adoree Jackson
       Bills, Seahawks, Chargers and Bears have made calls with a 2nd day draft pick on the table 
   WR Darius Slayton
      Veteran can stretch the field and a few playoff clubs have inquired
  WR Parris Campbell
     Never settled into GMen offense
  DT A’Shawn Robinson
       Veteran will get interest from the Jets, Bucs and Falcons for a 3rd day pick
  CB Darney Holmes
    Veteran put up respectable grades in the nickel role
     Derek Barnett is being shopped around for a conditional late pick
   Impact edge rusher Brian Burns getting inquires, though two #1 picks too high to move
  WR Terrance Marshall is on the block. The 3rd day pick gets it done. Chiefs and 49ers have made calls.
    S Budda Baker will cost a 2nd day selection with Jaguars, Bengals and Browns
    WR Marquise Brown has drawn interest with Browns, Falcons and Bucs in line.

  DE Danielle Hunter – Playmaker can change games. Ravens, Chiefs and Chargers in pursuit  
   RB Dalvin Cook
       Veteran could move with contenders like Ravens, Cowboys, Bucs and Bills interested
       Jets looking for OL after interior injuries last weekend.
     TE Hunter Henry getting interest from Bengals, Cowboys, Eagles and Seahawks  
     Seeking offensive lineman and defensive players especially in the front seven. Like LT Garett Bolles for a 3rd round selection.
     Looking to add a running back with Jonathan Taylor, Dalvin Cook and Derek Henry at the top of their list.
   RB Derek Henry
       Playoff clubs thinking he can be the difference in January. Ravens, Cowboys, Bills, Eagles and Bucs in pursuit
 QB Ryan Tannehill – Clubs with injuries especially contenders like the Jets, Falcons and Vikings making calls.  
WR DeAndre Hopkins is still a playmaker with impact talent. Clubs like the Falcons, Bucs and Cowboys offering a 2nd day selection
    WR Jerry Jeudy
   Starting to become a problem child, though a talented playmaker who will command interest
    WR Courtland Sutton
   Quality possession receiver could move
    OT Garett Bolles
   Underrated LT with consistently good grades. Clubs like Jets, Cowboys, Dolphins and Bills interested
   CB Patrick Surtain
      Blue chip young cover man will command a huge price with Bills, Giants, Cowboys and 49ers at the head of the line
   Interested in adding playmakers on both sides of the ball. They will inquire for edge rushers, Brian Burns and Chase Young
  WR Richie James is expected to move for a late conditional pick.
   WR Devante Adams is hoping to move. All-Pro performer would command #1 pick plus and maybe best to move on. Ravens, Bills, Steelers and Cowboys seeking difference maker in the passing game.

Frank Coyle is a long-time scout with nationwide ties with NFL and college coaches, scouts and player agents. He publishes an annual NFL Free Agency Report will extensive insight on NFL player evaluation.  He is a member of the FWAA and voter in major college player awards – Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe, Biletnikoff etc. for the past 30 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He was a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does sports radio shows for CBS and ESPN on a year-round basis related to NFL and College Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports, NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites

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