NFL teams are often loathe to make big, blockbuster trades. As a result, NFL trade deadlines are often quieter than a Chick-Fil-A on a Sunday.
The splashy big-name trades typically come from the NBA and MLB with superstars like Carmelo Anthony, Alex Rodriguez and Chris Paul switching teams via a trade.
But the NFL always has a handful of eye-popping trades. A 1987 three-way trade sent Eric Dickerson from the L.A. Rams to the Indianapolis Colts and landed Cornelius Bennett with the Buffalo Bills. In 2004, stud running back Clinton Portis headed to the Washington Redskins from the Denver Broncos in exchange for shut-down cornerback Champ Bailey. A quarterback swap in 2009 between the Chicago Bears and the Broncos finished with Denver landing Kyle Orton and Chicago winding up with Jay Cutler.
Much like these infamous trades, this slideshow will showcase one potential big-name trade for each team in the league. Let's get started.