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with low expectations was what would happen with star running back LeSean McCoy. With a shuffled offense , a rookie quarterback, and a losing season ahead (not to mention several alleged civil incidents that came up in the offseason), people were wondering if McCoy could be traded at some point.Now we can believe at least one team is exploring the option, with WIVB’s Josh Reed reporting that the Philadelphia Eagles have reached out to Buffalo discussing trading McCoy back to the team where he grew into an NFL star (and where he’s the all-time leading rusher). The Eagles, who defeated the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl last year, are currently scuffling at 2-3 and lost their starting runner Jay Ajayi to a torn ACL.If the Bills are to be persuaded to trade McCoy, they have to decide that the return value is worth the cost of losing the one star player on their offense. McCoy’s production, experience, and gameday mentality are all positive attributes that would help Josh Allen’s development in his rookie season. Can the Eagles (or another team) offer enough to offset that loss? Would they be willing to, for a 30 year old running back on a career-worst rushing pace?Philadelphia has an extra second round pick available, and are projected to receive fourth and sixth round compensatory picks from free agent departures like Trey Burton and Beau Allen. How high would they be willing to go?There’s also a salary implication to any trade discussion, though the impact is much lower than it would’ve been a year ago. Right now, the Bills owe McCoy just under $9 million for the season. If they trade him , it would accelerate an additional $2.625M of his signing bonus onto Buffalo’s 2018 salary cap as dead money. However, the team would save around $4 million from McCoy’s remaining 2018 salary, plus $6.425M in 2019, by not needing to pay McCoy’s salary anymore. The team to trade for McCoy would owe him those sums.Update: Anthony Gargano, a radio host in Philadelphia, reported that the Bills have started negotiations by asking for a second and a third round pick in exchange for McCoy. The Buffalo Bills need help at wide receiver. When Andre Holmes is playing meaningful snaps and Kelvin Benjamin isn’t gaining separation, you need to help your quarterbacks out a little bit. Here are some candidates, why they make sense, and why they don’t make sense as we approach the NFL’s trade deadline this afternoon.Demaryius Thomas, Denver BroncosIt makes sense because:Thomas is due a change of scenery after spending his career in Denver. Asked about a trade on Monday, the soon-to-be 31-year-old acknowledge as much. The Broncos want his salary gone.It doesn’t make sense because:The Bills are playing for 2019 now, and at $14 million in base salary, it will be hard to keep the aging receiver on the roster even with the massive cap space Buffalo possesses. If he can’t be part of the long-term , I’m not sure why they would add him.Thomas was traded to the Houston Texans for a 4th round pick and a swap of 7th rounders.DeVante Parker, Miami DolphinsIt makes sense because:A former first round pick, Parker is entering the prime of his career and is still under contract in 2019. Buffalo gets a one-year look to see if he can become the receiver he was drafted to be. He has fallen out of favor in Miami, and was benched prior to injuries forcing Adam Gase’s hand. It doesn’t make sense because:Miami would probably take a lower offer from a team outside the AFC East, so Buffalo would have to overpay for him. He’s topped out at 744 yards and four touchdowns, and his production has steadily declined. He’s injury-prone.DeSean Jackson, Tampa Bay BuccaneersIt makes sense because:Sean McDermott and LeSean McCoy know him from the Philadelphia Eagles and he’s under contract in 2019, and could provide a bridge to a rookie WR. He’s averaging 22.8 yards per catch in 2018 despite being 32. He’s also asked for a trade.It doesn’t make sense because:He’s due $10 million next year and more than $5.5 million remaining this season. He asked for a trade from the struggling Bucs, so he probably won’t be happy going to a worse passing offense. Golden Tate, Detroit LionsIt makes sense because:Detroit has some up-and-comers waiting in the wings they want to give some snaps to. He’s coming off back-to-back 1000-yard seasons and three in four years and is on pace for another. He could also help mentor Zay Jones and the rest of a young receivers room.It doesn’t make sense because:Tate is going to be a free agent at the end of the year and is 30.Tate was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles for a third round pick.Emmanuel Sanders, Denver BroncosIt makes sense because:Like his teammate Thomas, Sanders is due a change of scenery from Denver, who is in a selling mood. He is under contract for 2019 , which is helpful for the Bills who might not be able to attract a free agent. He’s back on track after a slow 2017 season.It doesn’t make sense because:Sanders is already 31 and due $10 million in 2019. Pierre Garcon, San Francisco 49ersIt makes sense because:He’s under contract for the foreseeable future with a consistent track record.It doesn’t make sense because:Dude is 32 and on a steep decline.Mohamed Sanu, Atlanta FalconsIt makes sense because:Calvin Ridley has made Sanu expendable in Atlanta, who is falling behind in a strong NFC North. Sanu’s targets have fallen dramatically in 2018 and his lack of long-term production could make him a bargain on the trade market. Injuries and salary have piled up for Atlanta, putting them in a selling mood. Sanu is already under contract for two more seasons, and could bridge the gap to a 2019 rookie receiver.It doesn’t make sense because:I’m struggling to find a downside here. Buffalo has the cap space to overpay a guy like Sanu. but his cap hit is still really manageable. (He’s owed $6 million in 2019 and $6.5 million in 2020 plus about $3 million in 2018.) He’s been on successful offenses, but if Buffalo gets into a bidding war and his price jumps up higher than a mid-round pick, it could get dicey. Maybe Shaq Lawson becomes part of a potential deal, though...

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