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Patriots Receiving Calls on Two Offensive Players Ahead of Trade Deadline

Tyler Maher
Several New England Patriots players are drawing trade interest.
Several New England Patriots players are drawing trade interest. / ASSOCIATED PRESS

With the NFL Trade Deadline approaching on Nov. 1, front offices are busy making calls to see which players are available. We've already seen several big trades go down, and several more could be on the way.

According to NFL Network's Mike Giardi, several players on the New England Patriots are drawing trade interest.

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Per Giardi, the Patriots have received calls on wide receiver Kendrick Bourne and offensive lineman Isaiah Wynn.

Bourne, 27, is coming off a solid 2021 campaign in which he racked up 925 yards from scrimmage and 5 touchdowns. He's endured a diminished role in New England's offense this year, however, as he only has 170 total yards and no touchdowns through six games.

Wynn, 26, is a former first-round draft pick who also played well in 2021. Similar to Bourne, his production and playing time have declined this season and he could potentially use a change of scenery. Wynn is in the final year of his rookie contract, so it might make sense for New England to trade him now while his value is still relatively high.

Expect the Patriots to be busy at this year's deadline, especially if they lose on Sunday to the New York Jets and fall to 3-5. New England is currently favored by 2.5 points on the road according to FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.

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