Blockbuster NFL Trades We Would Love To See This Offseason
SportsGrid Staff 11:34 am, February 21st, 2017
In honor of the NBA trade deadline taking place this Thursday we put together a couple of blockbuster deals we would like to see happen this off-season in the NFL.
Cam Newton to the New York Jets- The New York Jets finally solve their quarterback issue as they land the 2015 NFL MVP Cam Newton. In the deal the Jets would send their 2017 first round pick (6th overall), 2017 second round pick and Sheldon Richardson to the Carolina Panthers for Cam Newton and their 2017 first round pick (8th overall). Finally Jets fans can breathe a sigh of relief as they find their starting quarterback.
Joe Haden to the Seattle Seahawks- It's the rebirth of the Legion of Boom as Seattle finds their number two cornerback in Joe Haden. The Seattle Seahawks would send their 2017 and 2018 second round picks along with their 2017 third round pick to Cleveland in exchange for Joe Haden and their 2017 fifth round pick. Imagine a secondary with Richard Sherman, Joe Haden , Kam Chancellor, and Earl Thomas.
Rob Gronkowski to the Green Bay Packers- Aaron Rodgers gets another weapon on offense as they acquire New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. After going through multiple tight ends the past two years the Packers finally find their starting tight end. In this deal the Green Bay Packers would send their 2017 third round pick and, 2018 second round pick and cornerback Ladarius Gunter to New England for Rob Gronkowski and their 2017 seventh round pick.
Cleveland Browns trade the number one pick- Myles Garrett gets his wish as the Dallas Cowboys send quarterback Tony Romo, their 2017 first round pick (28th overall), 2018 first round pick, and their 2017 second round pick to Cleveland for the first overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
DeAndre Hopkins to the New England Patriots- Tom Brady gets another target on offense as the New England Patriots are able to acquire the big time wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins from Houston in exchange for safety Devin McCourty. The last time the Patriots had a big named wide receiver they almost went undefeated can DeAndre Hopkins finally help them achieve that record?
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