New York Giants: Evan Engram, TE
Trading away Evan Engram wouldn’t be ideal for the Giants on paper, but they have put some piece in place to absorb the impact from a deal like this and if they could get great value, playing without Engram is something they are unfortunately used to doing.
Engram’s injury concerns could diminish his value and make a trade impossible in terms of the value coming back, but if the Giants could get a couple of top 100 picks for Engram, they might consider dealing him.
Dallas Cowboys: Dorance Armstrong, DE
The Cowboys may have a few too many edge players than can fit on their active roster.
Jerry Jones isn’t going to want to see guys who once had big upside go for nothing in return. If the Cowboys are able to keep players like Aldon Smith and Randy Gregory on the roster along with newcomers like Bradlee Anae, a former fourth-round pick like Armstrong could be traded to another team before the season.
Philadelphia Eagles: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR
The Eagles are always a team to monitor when you’re talking about trades around the NFL. GM Howie Roseman is always active on the trade market and one player he could be looking to deal is 2019 second-round pick JJ Arcega-Whiteside.
The former Stanford star could be caught in a numbers game at receiver with Jalen Reagor, Quez Watkins, and John Hightower coming in through the 2020 NFL Draft.
Another player for Philadelphia who could be on the trade block is 2017 third-round pick Rasul Douglas, a cornerback who was rumored to be on the market before the 2020 NFL Draft.
Washington Football Team: Derrius Guice, RB
The Washington Football Team probably has more depth to potentially trade defensively, but they have four running backs in Adrian Peterson, Derrius Guice, Bryce Love, and 2020 third-round pick Antonio Gibson who will compete for snaps in 2020.
Both Guice and Love have health issues, but Guice could potentially net the Washington Football Team a decent return in a trade.
Some teams that liked him coming out of LSU in 2018 could come calling.