With the offseason quickly approaching, there are sure to be some key offseason moves that will shake up the entire NFL draft.
As the 2019 NFL season begins to wind down, we are getting closer and closer to the offseason.
The offseason brings us free agency, new contracts, trades, and of course the draft. Free agency and trades have the biggest impact on what teams decide to do on draft day.
Here are six offensive NFL players who could have the biggest impact on the 2019 NFL Draft.
Mark Ingram – RB – New Orleans Saints
Ingram’s NFL career got off to a slow start, but the former first round pick was still able to earn a second contract before his fifth season with the Saints before the 2015 season.
Ingram ran for 1,000 yards in two of the four years of his second contract, and seems to have found his groove with the Saints. Although he is 29 years old, Ingram still appears to have plenty left in the tank as he enters free agency.
The good thing for Ingram is plenty teams could use a three-down back who can run and catch the ball out of the backfield.
The former Heisman winner may be re-signed by the Saints as he is the perfect counter punch to Alvin Kamara. However, there are plenty NFL teams that could use Ingram’s skill set.
With a relatively weak running back class in the draft this year, teams may opt to go after a veteran like Ingram rather than a rookie. Ingram would provide a boost to any backfield he finds himself in at the start of the 2019 season.
If Ingram is indeed signed by another team, that team is almost certain to take a running back off of their board in the early rounds.
Potential Landing Spots: NO, IND, PHI, NYJ, OAK, HOU