Six Atlanta Falcons that can be traded by trade deadline
Atlanta Falcons have several depth pieces on defense that they can trade in 2020.
There are quite a few players on the Atlanta Falcons defensive side of the ball that could find themselves be dangled near the trade deadline – players with talent but for whatever reason have not been able to consistently find themselves on the field.
Deadrin Senat and Tyeler Davison
With the drafting of Marlon Davidson on the defensive line and the development of John Cominsky, both Deadrin Senat and Tyeler Davison become expendable.
Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn was very high on Senat when they drafted him out of South Florida. He was another undersized quick defensive tackle like Grady Jarrett but struggled to see the field as a rookie and was only active for a couple game in 2019, despite only appearing on the injury report once.
Davison has been just fine in an Atlanta Falcons uniform, not bad but not great. He has filled in like most defensive tackles, average. While the Falcons are not in a rush with Marlon Davidson, his talent is undeniable and he will overtake Davison at some point this season.
This is probably the most controversial name, but he could find himself buried on the depth chart despite having the ability to play nearly every position in the secondary.
At corner, Isaiah Oliver, A.J. Terrell, Jordan Miller, and Kendall Sheffield are coming along nicely are the players that the Falcons hoped that they would be. With Darqueze Dennard and Blidi Wreh-Wilson both in the fold, there isn’t much playing time available.
At safety, if Keanu Neal can stay healthy and with the addition of Jaylinn Hawkins via the 2020 draft, Kazee will be dangled to teams in hopes that one of them jumps for his services. Right now he is a great depth piece to have for the Falcons but he could find himself as trade bait before the deadline.