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Finding Homes for Players Who Need a Change of Scenery Before NFL Trade Deadline


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SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2913338-finding-homes-for-players-who-need-a-change-of-scenery-before-nfl-trade-deadline
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Summary

Within the first two months of the NFL season, some teams may look at a player's situation and realize it's not working out.On the other hand, a player might want to go elsewhere because of demotions, reduced playing time or limited opportunities.We're less than three weeks away from the November 3 trade deadline, and reports have generated buzz about a few potential moves. As a top-60 pick, the Ohio State product will eventually see an expanded role.Edwards could generate interest on the trade market coming off a solid 2019 campaign in which he ran for 711 yards and averaged 5.3 yards per carry in a backup role.The Minnesota Vikings look like a prime landing spot after running back Dalvin Cook suffered a groin injury in Week 5. According to The Athletic's Chad Graff, he's not expected to play Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, and the team will assess his injury after its Week 7 bye.Running back Alexander Mattison will likely take on the lion's share of the workload, but Cook isn't a lock to return in the coming weeks. As the New England Patriots develop second-year wide receiver N'Keal Harry, they can acclimate Samuel to the offense, giving quarterback Cam Newton another veteran starter who can play on the outside and in the slot like Julian Edelman.

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