Receivers trades in the NFL

As the trades keep happening we keep updating you with the most information we have; time for the WRs and TEs

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NFL new year starts officially today (15). However, since the end of last week, the teams keep trading, signing and releasing players day after day. To help you keep track of every move in the league, we are doing a “Trade Tracker”. Yesterday we showed the quarterbacks, and now is time to check out the wide receivers trades in the NFL.

Adam Thielen, Vikings

We already brought this here, but it doesn’t hurt to remember. The Minnesota Vikings released Adam Thielen after 10 years with the franchise.

D.J. Moore, Bears

Maybe the most shocking news in the NFL world recently was that the Panthers traded for the no. 1 overall pick in the next draft. In exchange, they sent WR D.J. Moore to Chicago.

Jakobi Meyers, Raiders

Another one that we have already shown here: the Las Vegas Raiders signed former Patriots WR Jakobi Meyers on a three-year $33 million deal.

Robert Woods, Texans

The Houston Texans signed a two-year, $15 million deal with WR Robert Woods, former Tennessee Titans.

Allen Lazard, Jets

The New York Jets want to sign Aaron Rodgers as their new QB. After initial conversations, Rodgers gave the Jets a list of players he wants in New York to consider signing with them. Among others, former Green Bay Packers WR Allen Lazard was one of these names. Was, it is not anymore. The Jets are signing Lazard on a four-year $44 million deal.

Tight Ends

Although they are not just receivers, tight ends are also a weapon for quarterbacks on passes. So here are also the most notable trades involving the TEs in the league.

Darren Waller, Giants

As we brought here yesterday, the New York Giants traded for Darren Waller with the Raiders. They sent Las Vegas a third-round draft pick in return.

Juwan Johnson, Saints

The New Orleans Saints re-signed one of their main Tes of the roster for another two-years. Mr. Do-it-all Taysom Hill is officially listed in the NFL as a tight end, so Johnson is technically competing with him.

Jonnu Smith, Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons traded a 7th-round pick with the New England Patriots to acquire TE Jonnu Smith.

Hayden Hurst, Panthers

One hell of an acquisition for the Carolina Panthers. The franchise signed former Cincinnati Bengals TE Hayden Hurst on a three-year deal.