HOUSTON, TX - DECEMBER 25:   Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers rushes with the ball as Marcus Gilchrist #21 of the Houston Texans looks to make a tackle during game action at NRG Stadium on December 25, 2017 in Houston, Texas. The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Houston Texans 34-6. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

3 NFL Stars Who Could Be Traded This Season

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We're used to big names flying around the league in the MLB and NBA as trades happen as often as they would on your Xbox at home, but let's not count out the NFL. A lot of moves were made in the offseason, and as the season is unfolding, it's showing that some teams aren't happy with their currently players or situations. 

Some stars could still be on the way out as the season goes on. Here are the three most likely players to be on the move. 

3. LeSean McCoy

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Have you ever heard of the phrase "strike while the iron is hot"? Well, the iron may never be hot for McCoy ever again. He has done nothing for this team all season and looks like a player who's best days are behind him. Instead of letting him become a running back who fades into nothingness, maybe they can try to convince another team he still has some fire left in him. He Has legal issues hanging over him, but the right team might overlook that if they think he can help them win a Super Bowl. 

2. Nick Foles

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Nick Foles has been called an insurance policy a billion times. It's what made him important to the Eagles last year and what made him crucial through the first few weeks of the season. That policy has officially expired as Carson Wentz is back and looks fantastic. This may be the last chance the Eagles have at truly exploiting that unlikely Super Bowl run. What makes matters even more interesting is their current .500 record. They need help now, and in the future if they want to make this a dynasty. That means moving Foles to a team that desperately needs a quarterback. 

1. Le'Veon Bell

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Is it ridiculous that the Steelers could trade Le'Veon Bell, right? Not really. Bell has announced he'll be back to the Steelers during their bye in Week 7, but that doesn't mean he can't be moved sooner. In fact, more teams are interested as they know their window is closing. If a team loaded with talent like the Eagles hit Pittsburgh with a massive offer, it'll be hard for them to turn it down. 

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