2023 NFL Trade Block Big Board Entering Week 7


The October 31 trade deadline for this year is still two weeks away, so the market activity should pick up at any moment.

While there are both good and bad teams in the NFL, the last few weeks have demonstrated that any squad can be improved during the regular season. 

The final two unbeaten teams in the league both lost on Sunday as injuries keep piling up.

Recent transactions involving contending teams included the Miami Dolphins acquiring Chase Claypool and the San Francisco 49ers getting Randy Gregory.

Below is our Week 7 trade block big board, along with a few potential landing destinations based on positional value, team needs, available cap space, and any recent transactions.

Our list is then ranked and trimmed to a top 10 based on factors like player production, positional value and expected availability—teams might want Panthers running back Miles Sanders, who signed a four-year deal in the offseason, but they're unlikely to land him.

10. Dalvin Cook, RB, New York Jet 9. Chase Young, Edge, Washington Commander 8. Leonard Williams, DL, New York Giant 7. Jerry Jeudy, WR, Denver Bronco 6. Carl Lawson, Edge, New York Jet

5. Jeremy Chinn, S/LB, Carolina Panther 4. Hunter Renfrow, WR, Las Vegas Raider 3. Courtland Sutton, WR, Denver Bronco 2. Brian Burns, Edge, Carolina Panther 1. Danielle Hunter, Edge, Minnesota Viking