ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that multiple teams have trade offers on the table for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon . The trade deadline is a week away, October 29, so expect to hear Gordon's name among many others. The interested parties have offered "high" picks and players, although it's unclear if anyone's offered both picks and players.
I'm not sure what the Browns are expecting back. Are they holding out for a first-round or second-round pick? It seems like a second rounder would be a pretty good offer, but I'm no NFL GM. A few playoff-bound teams could certainly use a push in the passing game. The Colts just lost Reggie Wayne for the season. San Francisco only has Anquan Boldin under contract for one more season and who knows how much longer he'll play anyway. Green Bay doesn't "need" a WR, but they're battling with injuries. He could go anywhere and help anybody as far as I'm concerned. Gordon is a top dynasty player and his value would skyrocket if he landed in a real offense.