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NFL trade deadline proposals for 2022 - 15 offers for player

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Bill Barnwell is a staff writer for .

Sunday marked the beginning of the NFLsin-season trading window. We saw the first moderately significant swap of October when the Falcons quietly shipped linebackerDeion Jonesto the Browns for aswap of late-round picks. The move essentially was a salary dump for a player the Falcons have been trying to move all summer and had already paid an $8.5 million bonus in September. With Cleveland linebackerAnthony Walker done for the year(left knee), the team needed another off-ball linebacker to play alongsideJeremiah Owusu-Koramoah.

We only have to go back to last year to see how trades help mold the postseason. In August 2021, the Bengalsswappedformer first-round pickBilly Pricefor Giants defensive tackleBJ Hilland landed on an impact contributor, with Hill racking up 5.5 sacks in the regular season and 1.5 more during their run to the Super Bowl. And the Ramssent second- and third-round picksto the Broncos for edge rusherVon Miller, with Denver paying virtually all of his remaining salary. It allowed L.A. coach Sean McVay to add a future Hall of Famer for the minimum, and Im not sure the Rams would have wonSuper Bowl LVIwithout Millers one-on-one dominance during January and February.

Most deals wont be quite as significant or involve names as notable as the Miller trade, but theres plenty of logical action to go around before the Nov. 1 trade deadline.

Lets run through 15 realistic trades that could make sense for both sides. In many cases, Im looking at players who are struggling to find time for one team who could be a useful fit on another. In others, Im arguing its time for a more significant player to move on to a more competitive team. Ive tried to honor each teams salary cap capabilities and flexibility as part of each deal.

Well start with a pair of deals that would send playmakers to Buffalo:

Arnold is a victim of circumstances. The Urban Meyer administrationtradedformer first-round pickCJ Hendersonto acquire Arnold last offseason, but with Meyer gone, he has been buried on the tight end depth chart. He has played just 49 offensive snaps this season for the Jags (three catches for 54 yards) and has a little under $1.8 million remaining on the final year of his deal, so Arnold could use a change of scenery in advance of free agency.

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A move to the Bills would make sense. Buffalo seemed to want a second veteran tight end behindDawson Knoxwhen they signedO.J. Howardthis offseason, but Howard failed to make the team in camp. Knox and backupTommy Sweeneyhave both struggled to stay healthy, leading the Bills to rely onQuintin Morrisa week ago. Arnold would offer some veteran security and the flexibility to play more two or three tight end sets when the situation calls for another big body.

A slightly sexier rumor making the rounds this week suggests the Bills could trade for Panthers running backChristian McCaffrey. There should be no surprise when the Bills are linked to any Panthers player, given how often Buffalo general manager Brandon Beane returns to add players from his former organization. McCaffrey seems entirely superfluous for a Panthers team going nowhere, while the Bills could use him as a valuable target in their passing attack. On some level, yes, this deal makes sense.

But ... Im not sure I buy it. For one, the Panthers really arent in a position to alienate their fans any further. Carolina owner David Tepper justfired Matt Rhuleafter a home game where the crowd was mostly 49ers fans. There will be a time where the Panthers move on from McCaffrey and his contract, but if they do add a quarterback in the first round of the draft next year, the veteran would be a reliable safety valve for a developing young passer.

We havent seen the Bills make significant investments at running back since coach Sean McDermott arrived in town. Buffalo wanted to add a back this offseason andnearly signed J.D. McKissic, but it eventually draftedJames Cookwith a second-round pick -- draft capital that suggests the teams brain trust sees him as a future starter.

Its also difficult to imagine the Bills being able to afford the $12 million that McCaffrey is owed in 2023, meaning they would either need to convince him to take a pay cut or move on from the veteran back after one season in town. I dont see them trading meaningful draft capital to make that sort of move, and having already restructured his deal, the Panthers wouldnt save much money in 2022 by dealing CMC. What about another prominent running back, though?

Billsget:RBSaquon Barkley, 2023 seventh-round pick

Giantsget:RBZack Moss, 2023 second-round pick

Barkley makes more sense for the Bills than McCaffrey. As a more physical runner, he would do a better job of punishing teams who want to play light boxes and two-high alignments to avoid giving up big plays to quarterbackJosh Allen. Barkley is a free agent after the season, which also plays in Buffalos favor, since it would likely recoup a compensatory pick for him if he leaves in free agency. The Bills would be renting Barkley for a second-rounder before landing what would likely be a fourth-round pick in 2024.

It would be difficult for the 4-1 Giants to trade Barkley, who has rushed for 533 yards as the focal point of their offense this season. Coach Brian Daboll and GM Joe Schoen (both of whom just joined the organization from these very Bills) arent naive to the situation at hand, though. This is a year where the Giants are doing their final evaluation of quarterbackDaniel Jonesand fixing their cap situation. Theyre two years and a new quarterback away from truly competing. And theyll also likely be shopping in free agency this offseason, meaning theyre less likely to receive a compensatory pick for Barkley than the Bills would.

The Giants could franchise Barkley after the season, but it would be tough for a rebuilding team to justify giving the oft-injured back a significant extension as he exits his rookie deal. If theyre going to lose Barkley after the season, its better to trade him now and get a significant pick (and a flyer on Moss) in return. I wouldnt want to listen to sports radio in New York the morning after this trade happens, though.

Chiefsget:CBNoah Igbinoghene, 2023 seventh-round pick

Nobody collects failed first-round cornerbacks like Chiefs general manager Brett Veach, and while Kansas Cityadded three cornersin Aprils draft, first-rounderTrent McDuffieis on injured reserve. When you have to play the Bills, you can never run out of cornerbacks, and it wouldnt surprise me if Kansas City tried to add at least one corner between now and the postseason.

Igbinoghene, drafted with the No. 30 overall selection of the 2020 draft, simply hasnt worked out in Miami. He came into the league looking like he would develop into a physical, versatile cornerback, but defensive coordinator Josh Boyer hasnt been comfortable giving him meaningful snaps. VeteranByron Joneshasyet to play this season, but the Dolphins have preferred undrafted free agentKader Kohouto Igbinoghene, who didnt play a defensive snap before Week 5.

The Titans sorely need edge rushing help.Harold Landry IIIis done for the year with atorn ACL, whileBud Dupreehas been limited to 21 snaps over the past four weeks with a hip issue.Rashad Weaverhas filled in admirably with four sacks and seven knockdowns, but with Duprees status looking shaky, the Titans could stand to add at least one edge rusher to help fuel their hopes of competing this postseason.

Texans general manager Nick Caserio might hesitate to trade within the division, but at 1-3-1 and with just a 4.1% chance of making it to the postseason perESPNs Football Power Index, Houston has no real need for a 34-year-old edge rusher. Hughes has a pair of two-sack games already this season while playing 62% of the defensive snaps for the Texans. Hes also due just $1.8 million over the rest of the season, making him a low-cost addition to any teams pass rush rotation.

Haeg is one of the few competent veteran lineman not getting regular reps around the league. The 29-year-old, who spent last season with the Steelers, hasnt been needed in Cleveland. He has played just one offensive snap all season and has otherwise been a healthy scratch. The Browns could use him if some of the players ahead of him went down with injuries, but for a team missing significant draft capital afterthe Deshaun Watson deal, every little bit they can get back counts.

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The Buccaneers had Haeg on the roster when they won the Super Bowl in 2020, when he played 127 snaps as a utility lineman behind Tampa Bays stout offensive line. Haegs ability to stand in at tackle or guard makes him a valuable addition for a Bucs team without much depth up front. Tampa Bay has had to play undrafted free agentBrandon WaltononTom Bradys blindside for stretches this season; Haeg would give offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich a safer pair of hands to fill in if someone else gets hurt.

Packersget:WRChase Claypool, 2024 seventh-round pick

Steelersget:WRAmari Rodgers, 2023 fourth-round pick

The writing is on the wall for Claypool, who still seems out of sorts in Pittsburgh. After looking like a budding star during his 2020 debut season, he took a step backward in 2021 and has been anonymous in the offense this season. He averaged just over 2.0 yards per route run as a rookie but fell to 1.7 yards per route run in 2021 and just 0.7 this season. The latter ranks 87th out of 92 wideouts.

Claypools role might grow withKenny Picketttaking over as the teams starting quarterback, but Im not sure he has a long-term future in Pittsburgh. He is in the third season of his rookie deal, which means hes eligible for an extension next offseason and would be an unrestricted free agent the year after that.Diontae Johnsonjust signed a three-year extension,George Pickensis looming as Pittsburghs latest exciting young wideout and tight endPat Freiermuthhas impressed when healthy. Claypool probably isnt on this roster in 2024, and the Steelers could use extra picks after they traded away their 2023 fifth- and sixth-round selections.

Let me go back to mymock draft of tradesfrom April and pitch a Claypool-to-Packers deal for the second time. The price is much cheaper than it was then, but the Packers still need help for quarterbackAaron Rodgers. Green Bay is relying onAllen LazardRomeo DoubsandRandall Cobbas its primary wideouts, and we saw the limitations of that grouping against the Giants in Week 5. It doesnt appearChristian Watsonis ready to jump in as an immediate starter, either.

Trading for Claypool would give the Packers access to a low-cost starter over the next two seasons while buying low on a receiver who has never played with even an average deep passer as a pro. Claypool would need some time to settle in, but he could be a vertical difference-maker by the time the Packers get to the postseason, something Green Bay could sorely use as it tries to stop teams from selling out to stop the run.

The Packers have refused to make a significant investment at wide receiver over the past few years, but given how little their passing attack has shown this season, Im hoping Brian Gutekunst is willing to take the plunge.

Jetsget:2024 conditional seventh-round pick

Mims has fallen off the radar after being drafted by the Jets in the second round of the 2020 draft -- just ahead of valuable contributorsJeremy ChinnAJ DillonandKristian Fulton. Herequested a tradeduring the preseason and racked up 102 yards in an August game against the Giants, but he hasnt been active for a single regular-season game in 2022. With no special teams role, Mims cant be active as the Jets fifth wideout on game day.

Its clear that Mims isnt going to live up to his pre-draft expectations, but I still wonder whether he might be worth a flyer for a team like the Ravens.Devin Duvernayhas been more impressive than expected as Baltimores second wideout, but the Ravens could still use another receiver to compete with players likeTylan WallaceandJames Proche. Mims ran a 4.38 in the 40-yard dash at the combine, so he has the speed to make teams worry downfield, and he was regarded as a solid blocker coming out of school, which is an essential for any receiver in Baltimores offense.

This suggested trades seventh-rounder could turn into a sixth-round pick if Mims plays more than 400 offensive snaps between the remainder of 2022 and 2023.

Coltsget:OLCameron Erving, 2024 seventh-round pick

The Panthers probably arent trading McCaffrey, but with nothing to play for in 2022, they could absolutely move on from some of the lesser-used players on their roster. Erving started nine games at left tackle in 2021 but hasnt played a single offensive snap this season, so its difficult to imagine Carolina would miss him too much. Erving has just under $2.9 million remaining in base salary this season, so the Panthers would save a meaningful amount of money.

Indianapolis general manager Chris Ballard and the Colts desperately need help up front.Danny Pinters struggles caused the Colts to kickBraden Smithinside to guard, moveMatt Pryorfrom left tackle to right tackle and give a first career start at left tackle to rookie third-rounderBernhard Raimann. Raimann committed four penalties in the first half and didnt look ready to play.

Erving is a below-average left tackle, but hes passable enough to be a massive upgrade in the short-term for the Colts, who need to do a better job of protecting quarterbackMatt Ryan.

Bearsget:2023 third-round pick, 2024 third-round pick

The Rams miss Von Miller. Aaron Donald is still doing his thing on the interior, but the trio ofTerrell LewisJustin HollinsandLeonard Floydhave combined for just two sacks and three quarterback knockdowns through five games. Weve seen Donald make it easier for Miller andDante Fowler Jr. to impact games on the edge, so its really telling that the Rams dont feel like they have a second solid pass-rusher right now.

Quinn would be this years Miller -- the veteran No. 1 edge rusher getting a chance to play next to a future Hall of Famer on the interior. The former Defensive Player of the Year only has one sack in five games this season, but he just finished an 18.5-sack season with the Bears. No one else likely to be available to the Rams this fall has a higher ceiling on the edge than Quinn.

On the field, its a great fit. Off the field, there are two problems. One is that the Rams would need the Bears to follow in Denvers footsteps and eat as much of Quinns contract as possible. Quinn still has three years left on his deal, so Los Angeles might have to cut him after the season. But with more than $9.2 million in base salary remaining due to Quinn this year, the Bears would probably need to restructure the contract and pay about $8 million or so in a signing bonus. Thats going to cost the Rams more in draft capital, just as it did with the Miller deal a year ago.

The other problem is that Quinn didnt really seem to enjoy his first go-round with the Rams. Coach Sean McVaytraded him to the Dolphinsin 2018, and Quinn later said he felt suffocated in Los Angeles and that he was not a West Coast guy. Time (and the possibility to win a Super Bowl) heals all wounds, so its possible he has changed his mind and would go back to Los Angeles for a championship run. If he still feels the same way about Hollywood, though, this deal would probably be off the table.

Two preseason hype machines go in different directions. Trubiskys time as the starter in Pittsburghis over, and the 2017 first-rounder will likely be cut after the season, given his $8 million unguaranteed base salary in 2023.Russell Wilsonalready is dealing with a lat injury in Denver, and his backup isBrett Rypien, who threw four interceptions on 40 attempts in 2020. Trubisky isnt a starting-caliber quarterback, but his mobility makes him a passable backup if Wilson needs to miss time.

Okwuegbunam was a fantasy sleeper heading into 2022, but he has fallen down the tight end depth chart for the Broncos. He saw his snap counts drop in four straight weeks to begin the season, going from 67% in Week 1 to a lone snap in Week 4. Okwuegbunam was back up to 21% in Week 5, but the Broncos also activated second-round pickGreg Dulcichfrom injured reserve, which could cost Albert O his spot in the lineup. He would be a backup tight end for the Steelers behind Freiermuth, playing a similar role to whatEric Ebrondid for Pittsburgh last season.

Lets execute a classic change-of-scenery trade for two frustrated receivers. Bourne was a standout for the Patriots in 2021, but he fell into Bill Belichicks doghouse this offseason. He played his largest snap count of the season in the Week 5 win over the Lions, but that was only becauseNelson Agholorwas benched after his drop led to an interception. Bourne was just targeted once, and that for a single yard.

Anderson, meanwhile, produced a 1,096-yard season withTeddy Bridgewaterat quarterback in 2020 but has been anonymous since. While he did score a 75-yard touchdown in the opener, he has just 104 total receiving yards over the four ensuing games. The Panthers restructured Andersons deal, so hes actually cheaper for the remainder of the year than Bourne, and he would offer a downfield speed threat that the Patriots dont currently have on their roster. Bourne is probably the better receiver on the whole, so at a slightly higher price, this looks like a fair deal to me.

In a year in which the Bears are cleaning up their cap and beginning their latest rebuild, Montgomery probably belongs elsewhere. He is a free agent after this season, and the people who drafted him no longer work for the organization.Khalil Herbertalso has excelled in Montgomerys absence and deserves a larger role.

With the Bears likely to shop in free agency next offseason, they probably will not be in position to gain a compensatory pick for Montgomery when he leaves. The same isnt true for the Ravens, who typically mine the leagues compensatory formula for all its worth. Its not clear whether the Ravens trustJ.K. Dobbinsright now, given that his snap percentage dropped between Week 4 and Week 5. AndKenyan Drakehas been dismal as the teams veteran back, whileJustice Hillhasnt been able to stay healthy.

The Ravens renting Montgomery for the rest of the season would probably net them a sixth- or seventh-round compensatory pick in 2024.

Lets make one more Rams deal and get them a viable running back.Cam Akerssimply hasnt been good sincereturning from his torn Achilles; he averaged 2.6 yards per carry during the 2021 postseason and is at 3.0 yards per rush in 2022. He has also fumbled three times on 128 touches over that stretch and generated minus-47.4 expected points added.

To put that in context, Colts running backJonathan Taylorgenerated 30.3 EPA as a runner over the entire 2021 season. Remember how good Taylor was last season? Well, he was closer to league-average on the positive side than Akers has been on the negative side, and Akers has pulled that off across about half as many carries. A Rams team thats built to win now cant rely on Akers.

Now, Michel isnt a superstar, but hes a solid back between the tackles and a player McVay seemed to trust at times last season when he was with the Rams. The Chargers seemed to phase Michel out of their rotation in Week 5, as he went from averaging 14 snaps per game to racking up two against the Browns -- and that in a game where the Chargers ran all over Cleveland. It wouldnt be a surprise if the Chargers cut Michel when they feelIsaiah Spilleris ready to play, so this would just be making that move now and getting a late-round pick in the process.

Lets get more changes of scenery, this time for two pending free agents on teams going nowhere. Ferrell has been asignificant disappointmentfor Las Vegas after being drafted No. 4 overall in 2019. The Jon Gruden regime that drafted Ferrell is gone, and the Josh McDaniels administration has alreadydeclined Ferrells fifth-year option. He has been a reserve defensive end for the Raiders, who used him for a snap Monday night to slow down a split-outTravis Kelceas a would-be defensive back.

The Lions would be taking a shot on evaluating Ferrell as a rotational defensive end for what has been a horrible defense. In his place, theyd send Oruwariye to the Raiders. I thought he was a revelation last season and looked to be a building block for the Lions, but he has struggled in 2022 and was a healthy scratch last week against the Patriots. As a free agent after this season, Oruwariyes future seems to be elsewhere, and the Raiders are perpetually in need of more help at cornerback.

Chargersget:CBKris Boyd, 2023 sixth-round pick

Signed to a three-year, $25.2 million extension before the 2021 season, Davis is in a curious situation with the Chargers. He was an every-down corner in the slot last season, but after Los Angeles signedBryce CallahanandJ.C Jacksonthis offseason, his role has disappeared.

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When Jackson has been sidelined by his ankle injury, Davis has still been an every-down player. But when Jackson has been able to play -- as he has the past couple of weeks -- Davis doesnt see a single defensive snap. Depth is great, but most teams would consider paying a cornerback who doesnt see the field on defense most weeks a $7 million base salary to be a waste of money. Boyd would be a much more realistic (and less expensive) fourth or fifth cornerback for Los Angeles.

At 4-1, the Vikings have legitimate playoff aspirations and need help at cornerback.Chandon Sullivanhas struggled as the teams slot corner this season. The Vikings have allowed a 94.0 QBR to slot receivers, the fifth-worst mark in football. Minnesota would need the Chargers to eat some money to make this deal work, but Davis would be a significant upgrade in the slot and a possible solution next year, too.

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