Three players the Atlanta Falcons should trade before deadline
If the Falcons are not going to give the second-year player a chance to actually play, put him on the trading block and see what you can get for the former third-round pick. Senat can play in this league and there will be multiple teams interested.
Just a year ago there was plenty of talk about how Campbell was better than Anthony Barr. He is on the last year of his rookie deal and his statistics will read a lot better than his game tape will look. However, like most defenders on this roster, he will get the benefit of the doubt playing in a terrible scheme and that a change of scenery will do him some good.
Was the unsung hero of 2018 on the defensive line and has not followed that up. Big versatile defensive lineman that can play inside and out and can be a great depth piece for a team that needs to bolster its defensive line to get ready for a playoff run.
Sure, trading Mohamed Sanu is going to open up more playing time for a guy like Justin Hardy, but Russell Gage is still here and is showing the ability to make big catches at big times and will benefit from increased playing time.
Sure, Hardy “has the best hands on the team” but if someone is willing to give a sixth or seventh round for him, bye.