The NFL trade deadline is quickly approaching. Teams will have until 4:00 p.m. EST on Oct. 29 to negotiate and finalize trades. NFL teams have become increasingly active during this time of year over the past few seasons. With that in mind, let's take a look at three players who will likely be suiting up for a new organization at this time next week.
1. A. J. Green
We've already seen Mohamed Sanu and Emmanuel Sanders get dealt to the New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers respectively. The market for receivers before Tuesday's trade deadline is quickly beginning to dry up. The seven-time pro bowler is in the last year of his contract, and it would make sense for the Bengals to try and move him for a draft pick or two, despite his desire to remain in Cinci for his entire career.
2. Trent Williams
Williams has yet to play a single snap for the Washington Redskins this season. His relationship with the organization doesn't seem to be getting any better as he continues his holdout through Week 7. There are several teams that could use some help on the offensive line, and Williams would make an immediate impact if he were to be dealt to one of them. Washington is holding off on dealing the star OL, but if the right deal comes through, it's hard to imagine they hold onto him.
3. Kenyan Drake
The Miami Dolphins have been active sellers in the trade market this season. They have already parted ways with numerous players, so trading away their best running back would not be the least bit surprising. Drake is a serviceable running back who can also contribute in the passing game. He could be a valuable asset on a contender, whether it be as a team's go-to running back or as part of a committee.