The NFL trade deadline marks the last opportunity for teams to make a major shake-up before the stretch run of the regular season.
Before 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, general managers and coaches can swing deals to either gear up for a playoff push or look toward the future by clearing cap space or loading up on draft capital. And several notable names – including Von Miller, Stephon Gilmore and Zach Ertz – have already been moved ahead of the cutoff date.
USA TODAY Sports has already detailed the notable players that could be moved this year as well as which teams are buyers and which ones are sellers. Check back for more updates leading to Tuesday’s deadline.
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Packers hunting for a deal?
Green Bay Packers coach Matt LaFleur acknowledged Monday that his team is “working extremely hard trying to find something” at the trade deadline.
“If the right opportunity presents itself, I think that’s something that we could be involved with,” LaFleur said. “I know (Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst) and his staff are working extremely hard at trying to find something. It’s just whether or not the right opportunity exists.”
Riding a seven-game win streak and tied for the NFL’s best record at 7-1, the Packers had been seen as likely buyers at the deadline. Wide receiver could be a potential point of interest, though Green Bay hopes to have its top three players at the position – including star Davante Adams – back for this week. Tight end could also…