NFL Trade Deadline Odds 2022: Who Could Be Moved Before Tuesday?
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It wasn’t that long ago that the annual NFL trade deadline was just another day on the calendar. Nothing would happen and teams would go about their business prepping for the next opponent.
It may still not have the panache of the NBA or MLB deadlines, but the NFL is catching up. Already, we’ve seen one of the game’s premier running backs (Christian McCaffrey) and top defensive linemen (Robert Quinn) get added to contenders.
Ahead of Tuesday’s 2022 NFL trade deadline, Bookies.com oddsmaker Adam Thompson has created NFL odds for some of the key names bouncing around.
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2022 NFL Trade Deadline Odds
Matt Ryan, QB, Colts
Ryan was supposed to lead the Colts to the elusive next level when the team traded for him this offseason. Instead, he’s been benched seven games into 2022 for a second-year pro with nary a pass on his pro resume.
Does Ryan have anything left in the tank? And what team would want to add a 37-year-old QB who isn’t looking great and is owed a ton of money for 2023?
Brandin Cooks, WR, Texans
Cooks is the main target for a Texans team that spreads the ball around more than it probably should as it continues a rebuild. The problem is Cooks, 29, probably won’t be around by the time Houston gets competitive.
That makes him a prime target for squads looking for that extra WR push. Cooks is the most-likely impact WR to be dealt before Week 9.
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D.J. Moore, WR, Panthers
Moore is considered one of the game’s top talents at receiver, but he’s been slowed down by bad QB play for years. His talent shone through on Sunday with a game-tying TD in the closing seconds, but his ensuing unsportsmanlike conduct penalty likely cost his Panthers the game.
It makes sense that teams needing a WR may inquire, but ESPN reported that the Panthers still consider Moore to be a “foundational piece to the roster,” so teams would have to come really strong.
Jerry Jeudy, WR, Broncos
Jeudy has underperformed, though the issues may lie more with a new coach and struggling quarterback than Jeudy himself.
The Broncos have reportedly received offers on Jeudy, though it’s hard to imagine a team that went all-in to get Russell Wilson would start selling off younger talent already.
Chase Claypool, WR, Steelers
Claypool has become the odd man out in the new-look Steelers offense. Rookie QB Kenny Pickett has focused on fellow rookie George Pickens and star Dionte Johnson, leaving Claypool as a secondary option. Pittsburgh is reportedly looking for a McCaffrey-like return in terms of draft picks, which is unlikely to happen. Claypool also tossed a TD pass on Sunday; that's not the type of play you give a guy you're about to ship out of town.
Elijah Moore, WR, Jets
The disgruntled Moore has not lived up to any expectations and requested a trade prior to Week 7. Moore and coach Robert Saleh talked it out. Moore suited up in Week 8, and had one target and zero catches. Moore is still on his rookie deal and, therefore, a target for teams with salary cap issues.
Kareem Hunt, RB, Browns
Hunt has received a total of nine rushes the last two games as Nick Chubb has seemingly broken out of a 1-2 punch to be the unquestioned lead back in Cleveland. Hunt is reportedly on the market if a team can offer an RB1 role for him.
He requested a trade in the preseason and now that his production is going down, he might get it. The one issue: If the Browns consider themselves a contender, they may not want to trade to another contender.
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Antonio Gibson, RB, Commanders
Gibson got 12-14 carries in each of the first four weeks before the run game was handed to Brian Robinson. Gibson got eight combined carries in Weeks 5 and 6 but was back up to 10 last week.
Coach Ron Rivera says he wants to get Gibson more action, but it’s clear Robinson is the future. Gibson rushed for 1,037 yards just last year so some team needing an RB could take a stab here. He’s signed through 2023 at only $1.3 million.
Melvin Gordon, RB, Broncos
Gordon was miffed when he received just three carries in a loss to the Chargers in Week 6, but got 11 the following week and appears back to the No. 1 role in Denver - or at least in a 1/2 role with Latavius Murray.
He hasn’t been effective, and with Murray in the mix, perhaps Gordon gets moved. It's unclear how strong the market is, however.
Cam Akers, RB, Rams
Akers has been on personal leave the last three weeks and the Rams would love to find a trade partner for him. But who wants him? He’s averaging 3.0 yards per carry since the Achilles injury suffered last year.
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Brian Burns, Edge, Panthers
Carolina reportedly rejected an offer of two first-round picks for its star edge rusher, but that doesn’t mean he still won’t be shipped. The Panthers are in a rebuild and Burns, a free agent next year, is going to cost a pretty penny and may prefer to play for a contender.
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