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Sport Patriots reportedly not going to trade for Beckham

04:15  04 april  2018
04:15  04 april  2018 Source:   yardbarker.com

Opinion: Beckham trade at right price would solve Giants' problem

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The New England Patriots trading Brandin Cooks and loading up on a high draft pick has led to plenty of speculation about what is next to come. 23 and 31) that reportedly are required for Beckham . However, CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora says the Patriots are not making a run at Beckham .

But could the Patriots be the trade suitor this time around? In case you had forgotten, New England reportedly tried to trade for Beckham during the 2018 When Cleveland traded for Beckham Jr. earlier this year, they gave up first- and third-round picks in the 2019 draft and safety Jabrill Peppers.

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The New England Patriots trading Brandin Cooks and loading up on a high draft pick has led to plenty of speculation about what is next to come. Will the Pats package some of their top picks for something else?

Almost immediately after news was reported that New England had traded Cooks and a fourth-round pick to the Rams for a first and sixth-round pick, people started speculating that the Pats could make a run for Odell Beckham Jr. After all, they now have two late first-round picks (Nos. 23 and 31) that reportedly are required for Beckham.

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Odell Beckham Jr.’s five-year contract extension hasn’t even kicked in yet, and The Athletic’s Jay Glazer is predicting the New York Giants will trade the superstar receiver. You don’t even need to ask. Yes, the New England Patriots should try to acquire Beckham for one very simple reason.

The Patriots attempted to trade for Beckham last offseason, multiple sources told NBC Sports’ Chris Simms. New England’s interest ultimately stopped Simms also said he could still see a trade going down. We explained why it would still make a lot of sense for the Patriots to acquire Beckham in a

However, CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora says the Patriots are not making a run at Beckham.

Although a trade for Beckham seems like a possibility, it does not seem very likely. With the exception of Randy Moss, New England does not tend to have megastars at wide receiver. They would also be giving up a lot of assets for a player who will become a free agent after the season and is looking for a big pay day.

If any trade scenario is likely for New England, it could be trading up in the draft to land a quarterback who could be next in line after Tom Brady, just like they had with Jimmy Garoppolo.

Questioning the Brandin Cooks trade? Here are some answers .
In 18 years under Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, only three Patriots receivers have achieved 1,000 yards in their first season with the club: Randy Moss and Wes Welker in 2007, and Brandin Cooks in 2017. Moss became a first ballot Pro Football Hall of Famer this year. Welker will likely enter the Patriots Hall of Fame one day. Yet Cooks, for his 65 catches, 1,082 yards, and seven touchdowns, was shipped out of town after his one season in New England, traded to the Rams on Tuesday for the rough equivalent of a late first/early second-round pick. The Patriots acquired the No.

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