One player each team from the NFC North could trade before the season

Ty Johnson, Lions, NFC North
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As the 2020 NFL season continues to creep closer and closer, there is some uncertainty about how the season will be played due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While there is concern, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has made it clear that he will push forward this offseason.

With sports at a complete standstill, the NFL decided to go ahead with free agency and the 2020 NFL Draft. It was a pleasant surprise for sports fans who were starved of sporting events. Now, Goodell will have more decisions to make.

Looking ahead at the upcoming season, the NFC North appears to be a very intriguing division. The Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings are the overwhelming favorites to win the division, but the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions are also expected to improve from last year.

Even though free agency and the NFL Draft are both long gone, there are still moves that teams could look to make. The trade market may not be extremely busy, but there are some teams who will want to make some moves prior to the start of the season.

All of that being said, let’s dive in and take a look at one player that each NFC North team could trade prior to the start of the 2020 NFL season.

1 Comment

  1. no, idiot, Detroit are keeping all five of their top backs because both Ty and the new kid can both play out of the slot;

    the player who should be traded faster than spit is Jarrad Davis, who couldn’t cover you, me or our Maytag washers on a double move pass pattern and couldn’t find a hole a RB will cut into if it had hair around it;

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