One player each team from the AFC South could trade before the season

After free agency and the NFL Draft have concluded, which players from the AFC South may still get traded to new teams? These four players might be moved.

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Following an eventful free agency period and the first-ever virtual NFL Draft, most teams are trying their best to plan for offseason programs despite obvious obstacles. That includes the likes of the Colts, Jaguars, Texans, and Titans in the AFC South.

Due to the constraints faced by not having regular practices or team workouts, incoming rookies will have an uphill battle trying to make rosters or making their presence felt with their new squads. This ultimately places a larger emphasis on veteran leadership going into the 2020 season and might incentivize general managers to bring in additional players to their teams through trades.

The AFC South has seen a myriad of players traded since the league year started, including DeAndre Hopkins, Calais Campbell, A.J. Bouye, and Jurell Casey. Each of the top three teams in the division understands that their title window is currently open, and the Jaguars are rebuilding a roster that was in the AFC Championship Game just three years ago.

Though not regarded as one of the top divisions in football, the AFC South is always a competitive group and could field two to three playoff teams this season.

Of all the players currently residing in the AFC South, which one is most likely to be traded from each team?