The NFL trade market has been a chaotic place this season, and there’s still a lot of work to be done.
So here’s a look at where we stand right now, with teams still making moves and other players expected to be moved.
The Redskins have a number of moves on their plate, including a wide receiver (Dontrelle Inman), a defensive lineman (Eric Winston), a quarterback (Josh Johnson), and a wideout (Kenny Britt).
The team also signed a pair of veteran offensive linemen (Brandon Scherff and Brandon Fusco).
The Redskins also re-signed tight end Brandon LaFell.
The Seahawks signed defensive tackle Tyus Bowser to a three-year deal worth $30 million, while the Panthers signed defensive end Dontae Johnson.
The Cardinals are expected to make a wide-open deal for safety D.J. Swearinger, while veteran cornerback Sean Smith is reportedly on the Bengals’ shopping list.
The Bills are expected, too, after acquiring safety Jerraud Powers and cornerback Antonio Cromartie from the Texans.
The Saints signed defensive back Antoine Cason to a four-year, $37 million deal.
The Lions signed veteran cornerback Josh Norman to a two-year contract worth $14 million.
The Packers are also expected to part ways with defensive tackle Mike Adams.
The Patriots are expected make a deal with cornerback Kyle Arrington, who will become an unrestricted free agent after this season.
The Jets are expected be active for wide receiver Brandon Marshall, but they’ve also been busy acquiring cornerback Marcus Cromarties and offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo.
The Jets have also reacquired offensive tackle Nate Solder from the Eagles.
The Titans are expected not to re-sign safety Mike Jenkins, who is under contract through 2020, and are expected also to part with cornerback Patrick Robinson, who signed a two year, $9.5 million deal in the offseason.
The Ravens have reportedly signed cornerback Terrence Brooks to a one-year $1.1 million deal, while they also signed linebacker Terrence McManis to a six-year extension worth $33.5.5m.
The Giants are expected still be active at wide receiver, but are also looking to add a cornerback, with defensive end Josh Bynes expected to sign with the Jets.
The Rams have reportedly re-opened talks with receiver Tavon Austin, who could be available to sign this week.
The Raiders also are expected add a running back in the draft, with the New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles the most likely teams to target the Texas product.
The Bengals are expected look to trade linebacker Kevin Minter to the Bears, while safety Tyvon Branch is expected to leave the team after this year.
The Jaguars are expected active for cornerback A.J.
“Jacobs” Tretter, while receiver Marqise Lee is expected not return after this upcoming season.
The Titans are also active for offensive tackle Andrew Donnal, who recently signed a five-year free agent deal with the Seahawks.
The Raiders are expected looking to acquire cornerback Darrelle Revis from the Patriots, while wide receiver Marques Colston and running back Dwayne Washington are expected in the mix.
The Eagles are expected going active for defensive tackle David Bakhtiari, who’s expected to return after missing the final two games of this season with a broken ankle.
The Jaguars are also on the lookout for a receiver, as they are looking to replace Michael Crabtree with Allen Robinson.
The Steelers are expected adding a runningback to their defensive backfield, while offensive tackle John Greco could be signed to a contract worth over $15 million.
The Cowboys are expected signing veteran defensive end David Bakst to a deal worth over a million dollars, while cornerback Kyle Fuller is expected in negotiations with the Titans.
The Vikings are expected parting ways with tackle Matt Kalil, who has signed a four year, free agent contract with the Bears.
The Chargers are expected bringing back wide receiver Travis Benjamin, who suffered a broken hand in Week 3 against the Eagles, and wide receiver Jaelen Strong.
The Lions are expected re-opening talks with wide receiver Andre Johnson, while defensive end Cornelius Lucas is expected at least to be part of a trade.
The Falcons are expected likely adding a receiver to their roster, with cornerback Dontari Poe expected to depart after this coming season.
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