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3 Most Likely Trade Destinations for Trent Brown

Max Staley
Trent Brown trade destination possibilities amidst rumors the Raiders are looking to move him.
Trent Brown trade destination possibilities amidst rumors the Raiders are looking to move him. / Chris Unger/Getty Images
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After a tumultuous 2020 campaign, rumors are swirling about Las Vegas Raiders tackle Trent Brown. In fact, Mike Mayock is reportedly looking to trade the 2019 Pro Bowler.

With plenty of tackle-needy teams likely to call about Brown, here are the three most likely trade destinations for the Raiders' OT.

Trent Brown Trade Destinations

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

Likely selecting Trevor Lawrence at No. 1 in the NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars will need to ensure that their franchise QB is properly protected. With Cam Robinson and Jawaan Taylor bookending the offensive line, that's no sure thing right now. Both tackles received grades below 62.0 from ProFootballFocus last year. Brown would be a huge upgrade at RT and Jacksonville has more than enough cap space to absorb his contract.

2. Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals had one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL last season. And as a result, Joe Burrow suffered a season-ending knee injury. This franchise can't afford to let that happen again. On the bright side, Jonah Williams flashed some real promise at LT, so putting Brown on the right side could give this team a solid pair of tackles in a hurry.

1. Miami Dolphins

Another team with a young quarterback to protect and plenty of assets to do it, the Miami Dolphins would be wise to target Brown. He'd provide an immediate upgrade over Jesse Davis. Miami has more than enough cap space and draft capital to entice Las Vegas without compromising its ability to address other issues. If the Dolphins want to see what they have in Tua Tagovailoa, they'll need to improve this O-Line. Adding Brown would do just that.


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