3 Most Likely Trade Destinations for Allen Robinson

Larry Rupp
Three of the most likely trade destinations for wide receiver Allen Robinson.
Three of the most likely trade destinations for wide receiver Allen Robinson. / AP Photos/Kyusung Gong

The 2022 NFL season was a campaign to forget for many Los Angeles Rams players, including wide receiver Allen Robinson. The 29-year-old never carved out a legitimate role in the offense and is now looking for a change of scenery. LA's front office has granted him permission to seek a trade partner.

The Rams are even willing to facilitate a deal by paying part of his salary over the next two seasons. It opens up the door for any WR-needy team to make an offer, whether its cap space is in a favorable spot or not.

With that being said, here are three of the most likely trade destinations for Robinson.

Allen Robinson Trade Destinations

1. Green Bay Packers

It's no secret that the Packers are in need of an overhaul at the wide receiver position. Green Bay traded Davante Adams last offseason and is now in danger of losing Allen Lazard as well as Randall Cobb to free agency this offseason. It leaves the team with a pair of second-year pros in Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs leading the way. Robinson would bring a much-needed veteran energy to the group and can act as both a deep threat and an intermediate option. He has tallied only 3 drops over his last 22 games played and is just two years removed from a 1,000-yard season. The Penn State product would be an underrated target for Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love.

2. New York Giants

The Giants made it to the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs despite rostering only one wide receiver with over 570 receiving yards in the regular season. That player was Darius Slayton, who is set to enter the open market as a free agent. New York recently released Kenny Golladay, too, which leaves the team without a big-bodied pass-catcher. Robinson checks in at 6-foot-2 and has the strength to compete with even the toughest defenders. The former Pro Bowler has tallied 43 touchdowns in 110 games played, which is notable as the Giants' current receiving core of Wan'Dale Robinson and Isaiah Hodgins have combined for just 5 career touchdowns. Adding another weapon for quarterback Daniel Jones seems crucial this offseason if New York wants to keep progressing.

3. Dallas Cowboys

An NFC East bidding war could certainly break out in pursuit of Robinson as the Cowboys lack depth at the position after trading away Amari Cooper last year. That became obvious when the team signed 33-year-old T.Y. Hilton during the 2022 season. CeeDee Lamb is a legit No. 1 wide receiver, but Michael Gallup has struggled to stay healthy and Noah Brown is set to be a free agent. Robinson averages a reliable 61.3 receiving yards per game in his career and could be a cheaper option than any starting-caliber WR in free agency.

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