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NFL Players Who Should Be on the Trade Block in 2021


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   Negativity   53.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2944450-nfl-players-who-should-be-on-the-trade-block-in-2021
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Summary

He posted a 61.0 Pro Football Focus grade in 2020 before suffering a season-ending quad injury late in the season.With this potentially being the last chance the Patriots have at getting good value via trade, Gilmore should be on the block.The Arizona Cardinals have a bit of a self-inflicted wound when it comes to their seemingly inevitable parting with linebacker Jordan Hicks.Arizona drafted linebacker Zaven Collins in the first round this year, effectively tabbing Hicks' replacement. He does have a cheaper cap hit ($6 million) after taking a pay cut and is effectively a one-year rental, but other teams might be patient with the understanding Hicks will hit free agency eventually.Which is a long way of saying the Cardinals should take whatever they can get for Hicks after backing into this corner, keeping him on the market for as long as it takes.It seems the relationship between the Chicago Bears and wideout Anthony Miller has already run its course.Miller was floated in trade talks around the time of the draft, according to Rapoport, likely signaling that the team has already reached a conclusion on the 2018 second-round pick's upside.Maybe that's an unfair assessment on Chicago's part given the its consistently poor quarterback situation.

As said here by Chris Roling