The Jets are trading WR Elijah Moore and a third-round pick to the Browns for a second-rounder. The move confirms what the Jets' usage told us last year: They've already fallen out of love with the 2021 early-second-round pick. We loved Moore as a prospect, and he supplied a promising rookie-year stretch when healthy. He joins a Cleveland team with Amari Cooper in place as the top WR. But Moore could push Donovan Peoples-Jones for the No. 2 spot. And the trio makes a high-upside corps for QB Deshaun Watson. The Jets, meanwhile, might now be more incentivized to keep WR Corey Davis. We'll see if the team adds any notable wideouts in the draft, as well as how many more ex-teammates Aaron Rodgers demands the Jets acquire. The landing spot doesn't immediately boost Moore's fantasy outlook. But getting to a team that wants him more can only help his upside.
Jets also give up 3rd-round pick, Browns get 2nd-round pick Compensation: Jets are trading Elijah Moore and their 3rd-round pick to the Browns for their 2nd-round pick, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter) FF Today's Take: It's possible the Jets could use the newly acquired 2nd round pick from the Browns in an Aaron Rodgers deal. Cleveland has been looking to add a receiver this off-season, kicking the tires on Mecole Hardman among others. They end up with Moore who wasn't a focal point of the Jets offense last season, finishing with a 37-446-1 line in 16 games. He should slot in next to Amari Cooper and Donovan Peoples-Jones in the Browns three-wide receiver sets.
The Dallas Cowboys made headlines after gaining Brandin Cooks from the Houston Texans, and while many agree it's a good get for Jerry Jones team, Colin Cowherd can't understand why Cowboys fans are dismissive of losing Amari Cooper, Kellen Moore and now really talented TE Dalton Schultz.
The Dallas Cowboys acquired WR Brandin Cooks from the Houston Texans for a 2023 fifth round pick and 2024 sixth-round pick. Despite the questions on America's Team's WR core, did they make the right move after trading Amari Cooper? Colin explains why it was not the right call.
The Amari Cooper, Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill occurred within two weeks of each other last March. With teams staring at a mediocre free agent wide receiver class this year, it should be expected some movement will take place as clubs prepare to make upgrades. DeAndre Hopkins remains the top name believed to be available. […]