Trades are somewhat of a rarity in the NFL. However, during the draft, picks are dealt frequently. With the influx of exchanging picks, players are on occasion thrown into the fold to sweeten the pot.
Trading players is tricky based on the variance in scheme from team to team and the fact that teams are usually low on cap space when the draft rolls around.
There’s no doubt that teams will shuffle around their picks come April 25th. So, in preparation, let’s see what each NFL team’s most valuable trade chip is.
Both players and picks can qualify as a trade chips. However, this slideshow isn’t naming the most valuable trade commodities, so don’t expect to see Julio Jones or Patrick Peterson listed. To be considered a trade chip on this list, the player must be logically expendable to his current team.
Without further ado.