Von Miller headlines a star-studded trade deadline.
The Chiefs have made a big move at the trade deadline.
The Indianapolis Colts are on the fence heading into the trade deadline.
The Los Angeles Rams are expected to be aggressive at the trade deadline.
The Titans have landed Julio Jones after a long-awaited trade.
The Chiefs are giving up some significant draft capital to acquire Orlando Brown.
The Philadelphia Eagles have traded former second overall pick and franchise quarterback, Carson Wentz, to the Indianapolis Colts in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a conditional 2022 second-round pick.
As the playoffs continue, the NFL offseason for the teams who aren’t still fighting is very much underway, with two such teams at the forefront of conversation being the Miami Dolphins and the Houston Texans. These two teams have been linked since rumours of a possible Deshaun Watson trade started circulating.
Per Adam Schefter on Twitter, the San Francisco 49ers have traded linebacker Kwon Alexander to the New Orleans Saints in exchange for a 5th round draft pick and linebacker Kiko Alonso.
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Bill O'Brien made sure all the attention was directed his way, by conducting arguably the worst trade in NFL history. The Houston Texans are getting from the Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson and a 2020 2nd round draft pick, in exchange for 2021 4th rounder and one of the league's best wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have made the decision to trade boundary corner A.J. Bouye to the Denver Broncos in exchange for a 2020 fourth round draft pick. And while the trade does not officially go through until the 18th March, in doing so the Jaguars state their intentions that a full-blown reconstruction of their secondary (you could argue their whole defence) is well underway.
Reports are emerging out of Philadelphia that veteran receiver Alshon Jeffrey could be on the move.
Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead continued to live up to his reputation as one of the most aggressive team builders in the contemporary NFL, rivalled only by his counterpart Howie Roseman in Philadelphia for his willingness to engage in blockbuster trades.