NFL is heating up with the end of preseason games and the 2019 regular season starts on September 5. All the teams are trying their best to improve their roster for making it to the playoffs. Veterans are waived off and rookies are getting better deals. It all depends on who’s performing, which running back is better, and the quarterbacks making a difference. Here are the possible trade deals for Laremy Tunsil, Laquon Treadwell, Solomon Thomas and Josh Doctson.
Miami Dolphins might not renew the contract extension for Laremy Tunsil and he might be soon be traded out of the team. It doesn’t make much sense as Tunsil has played amazing in the last three NFL seasons. But then again, Dolphins have the worst record and no shot at the 2019 playoffs and hence it’s better to get new players and hope for a change. Houston Texans are one of the top teams that is interested in Tunsil and a deal might be announced soon.
Excitable Texans fans thinking Miami are trading Laremy Tunsil for Clowney. The Dolphins might be struggling but they’re not sending an elite left tackle for an inconsistent, injury prone DE.
— Simon Clancy (@SiClancy) August 24, 2019
Laquon Treadwell is another of those names who had so much value in draft trades but failed to perform in the NFL games. The 24-year-old player has just made 56 receptions for 517 yards in all the three seasons he played for the Minnesota Vikings. Treadwell might not get a high rate and the Vikings will still move him out for whatever they get.
San Francisco 49ers signed Dee Ford and Nick Bosa which might improve their defensive side. It means Solomon Thomas has no longer a place in the team and could be placed on the trade block soon. Thomas was picked at the No. 3 overall pick in the NFL draft lottery and has done a great job for the 49ers. But still, the team could move out Thomas to pick up some new players for their offensive line. Oakland Raiders and New York Giants could be one of the few teams that can make an offer for Thomas.
Solomon Thomas won’t make the 49ers as a cornerback.
— Chris Biderman (@ChrisBiderman) August 25, 2019
Washington Redskins are also on the same boat as Vikings and might trade out their 2016 first-round pick Josh Doctson very soon. In the last three seasons, Doctson has just landed 81 receptions for 1,100 yards. He is still young at the age of 26 and might find some of the teams offering him a short term deal. Although, Doctson might not generate much revenue and the Redskins will have to trade him at a huge loss.
— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) August 27, 2019