Dan Pompei's Read Option: Pats WR Danny Amendola could be traded.
NFL teams say the name of Danny Amendola has been mentioned in trade talks after the Patriots signed the wide receiver to a five-year, $28.5 million contract last offseason, but caught just 54 passes for 633 yards as he battled multiple injuries. The Patriots could cut Amendola if a deal cannot be worked out. If there's a team willing to bite the bullet and admit a bad signing this quickly, it's the Patriots.
Dolphins respond to Dion Jordan, Cameron Wake, Mike Wallace trade rumors | Miami Dolphins In Depth
Is there a fire-sale brewing in Miami? CBSSports.com reported Friday the Dolphins were open to trading receiver Mike Wallace and defensive ends Cameron Wake and Dion Jordan. The Dolphins have since denied that they are willing to trade any of those players. This situation will be worth monitoring going into the NFL draft, though it will be hard to move the overpaid Wallace, and it may even be harder to get good value for Jordan, whom they gave up quite a bit to nab in the 2013 draft.
Patriots and Broncos could be trying to get Darrelle Revis free from Tampa Bay | ProFootballTalk
As rumors are beginning to swirl the Buccaneers could look to trade cornerback Darrelle Revis, the Patriots and Broncos could emerge as teams vying for his services. Both teams are running out of chances to finish the job with aging rosters, and Revis could be the difference in either of those teams winning the AFC and getting to the Super Bowl. Will either team sacrifice draft picks and cap space to get Revis?
Cardinals Blogs | Jumping cap doesn’t change Larry Fitzgerald decision
Even with an increased salary cap this year, the Cardinals may still look to trade Larry Fitzgerald vand his $23.6M cap figure for 2015. Do the Cardinals truly believe Fitz has enough left in the tank to help them become a championship contender in the coming year, and is he worth the cost? The two sides will likely try to restructure his contract, but if Fitzgerald is unwilling to, the Cards will be forced to get rid of that contract.