While a corner has already been dealt from New York, another could have the possibility of landing in the Big Apple.
According to reports, the New York Jets have inquired about a trade for Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson.
Report: Jets have inquired about Patrick Peterson https://t.co/peKJcMtKGV— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 24, 2018
Although reports have suggested that the seven-time Pro Bowler has desires of being traded to a contender before the trade deadline, the Jets can still potentially be a good fit for the 28-year-old. Before he became a head coach in New York, Todd Bowles was a defensive coordinator for the Cardinals for two seasons during Bruce Arians' time with the team.
Even with some old roots being traced back to Bowles, it would take a lot for the Jets to get him when teams like the Saints, Patriots and the Eagles have all been interested in him.
The Patriots are showing interest in trading for Patrick Peterson, according to Peterson through his cousin, CBS Sports' Bryant McFadden. Got all that? https://t.co/j7KFqPKM76 pic.twitter.com/pTSNkP2toC— NESN (@NESN) October 22, 2018
With the trade deadline quickly approaching, the Jets will have to get the right deal in place in order to land Peterson.
Pairing him up with Trumaine Johnson, Marcus Maye and Jamal Adams could piece together an incredible secondary for the team moving forward.