Philadelphia Eagles: 4 trade targets to consider due to DeSean Jackson injury

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4. Tyler Boyd

First off, it seems highly unlikely that a team in the Cincinnati Bengals would consider trading Tyler Boyd when taking into consideration the wideout just received a hefty four-year extension in July, but also crazier things have taken place in the NFL.

As much as the Bengals would most likely prefer to keep Boyd around for the long run to give the offense a better chance to compete, this year has been a disaster so far in Cincinnati.

Just how bad has it been for the Bengals? Well, the fact that Cincinnati is entering Week 6 still in search of their first win shows what kind of year it’s been for Boyd and the rest of his teammates.

What’s been even more frustrating to watch is how Boyd was expected to take advantage of A.J. Green being sidelined so far in 2019 with an injury, yet the wideout only 37 catches for 406 yards with a touchdown through the first five games.

Bringing on Boyd certainly seems like a long shot for the Eagles since the Bengals haven’t expressed any interest in trading the wideout, and his contract would be costly, but it would certainly seem worth it for the offense.