Patriots Trade Proposal Would Send Former First-Rounder to New England

One New England Patriots trade proposal would send a former first rounder to New England. The Patriots definitely have not been stellar so far this season. They need to step it up on a few key aspects on both the offense and defense. Mac Jones has been steady but nothing more. They need some help on both sides of the ball if they want to make it anywhere.

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell has come out with a few different proposals for the Patriots. One of them was about N’Keal harry and a trade offer. Barnwell pointed at the option of trading Harry for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ K’Lavon Chaisson.

This could be an interesting trade for the Patriots. If it would actually happen is a whole different story. For right now, Bill Belichick is focused on the Patriots next game which is against the Jets.

Patriots Trade Proposal Would Send Former First-Rounder to New England

“So, we’re rolling here on the Jets. They certainly had an impressive win against the Titans a couple weeks back. [Zach] Wilson hit a lot of big throws. They continue to run the ball well. It’s a really good running team. They do a good job there. Defensively, they continue to play aggressively.”

“They are a team that we kind of know, but I’d say after the week off, their bye week, I’m sure they’ll adjust some things like everybody would do during that week, especially at this point in the season. I think we’ll see not maybe as much as what we’d see on opening day and that kind of thing, but I’m sure we’ll see some adjustments. It’s a game plan team. Especially offensively and in the kicking game that we’re going to have to see some things, be ready for some things that we probably aren’t already practicing. That’ll be a challenge for us, too.”

“Dealing with him as well as the rest of the crew; [Corey] Davis, [Keelan] Cole. I’ve been impressed by the backs. I think their backs have done a good job. Ty [Johnson] and the rookie has done well, [Michael] Carter. They’ve got good speed back there and break a lot of tackles. We had trouble tackling those guys in the first game, so that’s something that’ll be a challenge for us.”