The 2023 NFl trade deadline is approaching quickly, and some are guessing this year's might be a bit more active than recent ones. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a clear need, and one particular name makes a lot of sense.
Tampa Bay is one of the worst rushing teams in football this year, with Rachaad White not being able to get much going and no other candidates looking capable of stepping up behind him at the moment.
One of the most notable names available at the deadline this year is Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry. Could the Bucs be interested? It's a popular topic among the fan base, lately. Let's look at three deals the Bucs could send over to Tennessee in exchange for King Henry.
Trade Number 1: The Bucs land Henry for a draft pick
A CBS proposal recently sent Henry to the Bucs in exchange for a third-round pick, but that seems a bit too much for the Bucs to pay. It seems far too pricy for any team to pay, actually. So, let's try another fairly simple deal to start, with the Bucs sending a fourth rounder to Tennessee in exchange for Henry.
Henry being in the final year of his contract makes higher pick unlikely at this point. It also doesn't help that he plays the most replaceable position in football. He is still one of the best backs in the league over the past few years, though, and would help this Bucs team accomplish what they need to accomplish in the near future.