Realistic NFL Trades That Should Happen in 2015 Offseason

May 15, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Trades in the NFL are typically about as common as scandals over deflated footballs.
So if you're a fan of both, this offseason has delivered so far.
Before the mild surprises that emanated from Ted Wells' Deflategate report and the New England Patriots' rebuttal, attentive football fans were shocked by a number of big trades. The most shocking of all was a kind of move that is typically only made by two friends on Madden: a starting quarterback swap.
Chip Kelly's Philadelphia Eagles sent Nick Foles packing to Jeff Fisher's St. Louis Rams for Sam Bradford. At almost exactly the same time, the Seattle Seahawks swapped starting center Max Unger and a first-round pick for New Orleans Saints starting tight end Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round pick.
Each of those were relatively huge names, considering the kind of player who is typically traded in the NFL.
That wasn't the end, though.
Rex Ryan's first big move with the Buffalo Bills was to trade linebacker ...

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