The LA Rams started trade deadline week off just like they have in recent years: by setting the damn example. On Monday, the Rams acquired eight-time Pro Bowl edge rusher Von Miller from the Denver Broncos in exchange for a second and a third round pick in the 2022 draft. The trade was met positively by fans and more moves are expected because it didn’t cost LA much financially.
On Tuesday, the Rams are expected to either trade or set free wide receiver DeSean Jackson, but Les Snead assuredly isn’t finished.
To keep track of not only Snead’s moves, but also the rest of the league and potentially the Arizona Cardinals and the NFC West, we’ll keep a running tally of the big time news, transactions, and rumors that go on throughout the day on Tuesday and leading into the 1 PM PT deadline this afternoon.
Talk about what happened, what didn’t happen, and what you want to happen right here and below!
Rams expected to release DeSean Jackson, if no trade partner is found
Per @MikeGarafolo on NFLN just now:— Sosa Kremenjas (@QBsMVP) November 2, 2021
Doesn't sound like DeSean Jackson will find a trade partner, but he's expected to be released by the end of the day if no trade partner is found.
The Steelers traded Melvin Ingram to the Chiefs for a 6th
The Texans traded DE Charles Omenihu to the 49ers
Sources: The #Texans are trading young pass-rusher Charles Omenihu to the #49ers in exchange for a future late-rounder. The former fifth rounder, who has been an intriguing trade name for weeks, has a new landing spot.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 2, 2021
Packers release LB Jaylon Smith
Packers releasing LB Jaylon Smith, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 2, 2021
Colts won’t trade Marlon Mack, Jets won’t trade Denzel Mims, Seahawks won’t trade L.J. Collier, and Texans won’t trade Deshaun Watson
Report: L.J. Collier is expected to remain in Seattle. https://t.co/shocV8IOuQ— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 2, 2021
Colts don't plan to trade Marlon Mack. https://t.co/1mSl4dnD47— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) November 2, 2021