The 2019 NFL trade deadline has officially passed & despite the numerous NFL trade rumors that were reported ahead of the trade deadline, there was only one notable trade that went down between the Los Angeles Rams & Miami Dolphins involving CB Aqib Talib. NFL Daily hosts Tom Downey & Mitchell Renz break down their list of the biggest winners & losers from the NFL trade deadline. Plus, we have news on Trent Williams, who reported to the Washington Redskins after not being traded.
The Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, New York Giants & Miami Dolphins were believed to be huge sellers at the deadline, but none of these teams were able to get rid of their assets. In fact, the Miami Dolphins were the only buyer at the deadline, which was a surprise for many NFL fans. The Bengals did not trade A.J. Green, Tyler Eifert, Andy Dalton or Geno Atkins. The Jets tried to trade Jamal Adams & Robby Anderson but were unable to find a suitor giving enough value. Which of these teams were the biggest loser at the deadline?
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The Kansas City Chiefs were in need of improving their secondary & they were linked to notable players such as Darius Slay & Le’Veon Bell, but KC did not end up pulling the trigger on any NFL trades. The New York Giants were reportedly shopping Janoris Jenkins & Alec Ogletree, but didn’t seem to garner any interest from other NFL teams. The Chicago Bears were rumored to find a potential QB replacement for Mitchell Trubisky, but Trubisky will keep his starting job for now, so he is listed as an NFL trade deadline winner. How disappointed are you in today’s NFL trade deadline on a scale of 1-10?
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