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3 Most Likely DaeSean Hamilton Trade Destinations

Isaiah De Los Santos
Three likely trade destinations for Denver Broncos wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton.
Three likely trade destinations for Denver Broncos wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton. / Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images
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The Denver Broncos are strong at wide receiver heading into the 2021 season as Courtland Sutton is set to return and bolster a group that features Jerry Jeudy, K.J. Hamler and Tim Patrick.

As a result, seldom-used wideout DaeSean Hamilton is the subject of trade rumors before the draft.

A WR-needy team may come calling about the former fourth-round pick, who has a career 833 yards and 5 touchdowns on 81 receptions. Here's three likely trade destinations for Hamilton.

DaeSeasn Hamilton Trade Rumors

3. Kansas City Chiefs

It'd be no surprise if the division-rival Kansas City Chiefs are among the teams interested in taking a chance on Hamilton. KC has been aggressive in pursuing wideout upgrades this offseason, especially with Sammy Watkins leaving a hole at WR2. This could be one way to add talent to their receiving corps. Hamilton has averaged 27.0 receptions and 277.7 yards over his first three years in the league while hauling in 5 total TDs. He'd be another option to compete with the likes of Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson and Byron Pringle for looks given that their roles within this offense aren't set in stone yet.

2. Detroit Lions

The Detroit Lions let top wideouts Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones Jr. walk this offseason as they head towards a rebuild. Detroit signed Tyrell Williams and Breshad Perriman to start filling out their receiving corps alongside 2020 rookie Quintez Cephus. They could also select an elite WR prospect with the No. 8 pick. But they need added depth at the position to assess Jared Goff's long-term potential. Williams missed the entire 2020 season due to injury, Perriman isn't exactly a WR1, and Cephus is unproven, so there's a chance for Hamilton to earn looks in this offense. There's little risk but a possible reward if they take a look at the former Penn State standout in 2021.

1. Baltimore Ravens

Speaking of teams desperate for WR help, the Baltimore Ravens passed on adding a top-tier free agent this offseason. Well, it seems receivers actually passed on them and their run-heavy offense. A trade for Hamilton is one way to fix their struggles with recruiting. The receiving trio of Marquise Brown, Sammy Watkins and Miles Boykins isn't particularly strong compared to most other squads not on this list, and Baltimore would be smart to take a low-cost flier on Hamilton to help fill out that group. When the Ravens' run game failed them in the playoffs, their offense had no fallback plan. Getting extra receiving weapons Lamar Jackson can turn to when needed is extremely important heading into next season.


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