Seven NFL players that could be traded before the trade deadline on October 30

The NFL trade deadline is only a couple of weeks away. Between now and the trade deadline on October 30, several players could end up moving teams.

Huge trades could be made so that teams don’t lose talented players for nothing. They could also be made so that teams can initiate a rebuild, or improve their chance of winning the Super Bowl next year in February.

With this in mind, here are seven players that could be traded to new teams before the trade deadline hits at the end of this month.

Deone Bucannon – Arizona Cardinals

It’s quite clear that Deone Buccannon does not fit into the defensive system which Steve Wilks is installing at the Cardinals, no matter if it’s actually working or not.

The safety would fit on many teams willing to take a risk on him. Due to the fact he’s a former first-rounder, his contract is running out, and his team is underutilizing him, there’s a strong chance he’s on a different team on October 30.

Potential teams: Steelers, Eagles, Packers.

Amari Cooper – Oakland Raiders

The Raiders are at it again, and they’re one or two more big trades away from a full-out rebuild. Next player out the door could very well be Amari Cooper.

The wide receiver hasn’t had a very good 2018 season for Oakland, and it looks as though Jon Gruden has had enough. They reportedly want a first-rounder in return for him, which might be a stretch, but some desperate team might be willing to pay that.

Potential teams: Cowboys, Seahawks, Browns.

LeSean McCoy – Buffalo Bills

LeSean McCoy’s career is in its final years, but he can still play. He’s yet to capture a Super Bowl title, and it’s unlikely to happen at the Buffalo Bills as well. They’re in the middle of a rebuild, as the drafting of Josh Allen has begun the process of taking the team from a run first, to a passing team.

This new direction, and McCoy’s age of 30, the running back has become available on the team’s trade block whether or not they’d like to admit it. It’s hard to deny that the team wouldn’t accept a mid-round pick for him.

Potential teams: Eagles, Colts, Redskins.

Tyrod Taylor – Cleveland Browns

It’s clear as day that BakerMania has overcome Cleveland, and that Tyrod Taylor is not going to be getting his starting job back anytime soon. As a result, he probably still won’t be with the Browns in 2019.

Tyrod is now over the back injury that sidelined him in Week Three, so quarterback-needy teams could look to bring him in order to improve the situation which they find themselves in. The Browns won’t want to lose a player of his talents for nothing either.

Potential teams: Giants, Jaguars, 49ers.

Le’Veon Bell – Pittsburgh Steelers

James Conner is playing out of his mind. He’s pretty much confirming that Le’Veon Bell will not be a member of the Steelers in 2019. A player of his caliber, they can’t afford to lose him for nothing.

The running back has reportedly been on the trade block for a couple of weeks now, so while the right offer for Pittsburgh hasn’t come in yet, it might only be a matter of time before the team accepts the best offer on the table so they receive some return for him.

Potential teams: Jets, Eagles, Colts.

Golden Tate – Detroit Lions

Out with the old, in with the new. Kenny Golladay is having a breakout year with the Lions and, as a result, it is limiting the chances of Golden Tate receiving a new deal with the team when his current one expires at the end of the season.

Considering the wide receiver has accumulated over 1,000 yards in the past four seasons, he would make a very attractive target for many teams in the NFL that are looking for help in the passing game. 

Potential teams: Cowboys, Seahawks, Browns.

DeVante Parker – Miami Dolphins

DeVante Parker has been struggling to make the field so far for the Dolphins this season, but his team has been perfectly fine without him, so he could soon be pushed out of the door. The team’s receivers of Kenny Stills, Albert Wilson, and Jakeem Grant have been working great without him.

Parker has always been hyped with a lot of potential due to his metrics, so there will definitely be interest from other teams in the league if he is available. However, his injury history means he comes with a warning label on the box that might hinder his value.

Potential teams: Cowboys, Seahawks, Browns.

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