NFL rosters: One player from every team likely to be traded

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AFC North

Baltimore Ravens: Matthew Judon, EDGE

The Ravens put the franchise tag on Matthew Judon this offseason and it was immediately met with speculation that he could be on the move via trade.

It would be interesting to see how the Ravens would cope off the edge without Judon, especially after losing Za’Darius Smith last offseason.

Judon is a very well-rounded edge player and the Ravens’ best pass rusher.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Cameron Sutton, CB

The former third-round pick for the Steelers has not seen his role in the defense evolve in his first three years in the league like he had probably hoped.

Even playing 25 percent of the snaps for Pittsburgh last season, there may be an expanded role for Sutton elsewhere in the NFL in 2020.

Cleveland Browns: David Njoku, TE

The Browns don’t seem to be chomping at the bit to trade Njoku, and he’s taken a different approach than Duke Johnson Jr. took last year.

The Browns brought in Austin Hooper on a big-money contract and drafted Harrison Bryant. They have new coaching staff in place, and that is often one of the first and biggest indicators of former first-round picks getting shipped out to other teams.

Cincinnati Bengals: Auden Tate, WR

The Bengals don’t have to trade Auden Tate, but they have AJ Green and John Ross as former first-round picks on the roster at receiver along with second-round picks Tyler Boyd and Tee Higgins.

There could be interest around the league for Tate after he averaged over 14 yards per catch last season with rocky QB play in Cincinnati.