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DK Metcalf, a wide receiver with the Seattle Seahawks, has been linked to a trade. Pete Carroll, the Seahawks’ head coach, has said that the team has no plans to trade Metcalf, much as he has stated that the team has no plans to trade former quarterback Russell Wilson, a move that hasn’t aged well. The reality of the matter is that if Seattle is offered with an offer for Metcalf that they can’t refuse, they’ll take it, according to recent sources. Then there’s the issue of Metcalf’s contract. The 24-year-old is nearing the last year of his rookie deal, and he may not want to stay if the Seahawks go on a protracted rebuild. Rather than risk losing Metcalf for nothing next summer, the Seahawks might try to trade him now, when the market for a good player seems to have grown.
But, if Metcalf is dealt, where may he wind up? There are still teams interested in acquiring a wideout with the athleticism and physicality of the Seahawks’ wideout. If the Seahawks decide to trade Metcalf, these are the three best options for him.
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DK Metcalf’s Top 3 Trade Destinations
3. The Ravens
The Ravens don’t really need a wide out, but that hasn’t stopped rumors about the team and brilliant but troubled wideout Antonio Brown. What would quarterback Lamar Jackson think of a rising star like Metcalf if he was interested in Brown? In three NFL seasons, the 24-year-old has never thrown for fewer than 900 yards and had a fantastic sophomore season in 2019, earning the Pro Bowl while throwing for over 1300-yards. Metcalf, who stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 235 pounds, would provide Jackson with the big, alpha-type target he has lacked in previous years. The Seahawks’ great quarterback might help Baltimore’s offensive reach new heights.
The Packers traded standout wide receiver Davante Adams to the Raiders and saw free agency Marquez Valdes-Scantling sign with the Chiefs. Adding the Seahawks’ best player would help compensate for those losses. This year, Green Bay will have two first-round draft selections. If the Packers can pick a quick wideout this year then trade for Metcalf, they’ll have a new wide out room for Aaron Rodgers right now. Rodgers and Metcalf might have the same type of connection that Rodgers had with Adams during his time in Green Bay.
The Jets watched as Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill, two of the best wide receivers available this summer, were moved. Hill was even sent to the Miami Dolphins in their own division. New York cannot afford to lose another talented receiver. Metcalf, 24, is widely considered as one of the league’s greatest young receivers, but he still has space to improve. He’d become second-year pro Zach Wilson’s favorite target almost immediately, and he’d create a dynamic young tandem with Elijah Moore. Wilson’s development will be aided if the Jets can provide him a trustworthy target. That person would be Metcalf.
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