Three days before the start of the NFL Draft 2019, trade rumors continue to grow.
The biggest name available before the first round on Thursday is defensive player Frank Clark, franchised by Seattle Seahawks.
Ian Rapoport, NFL Network Insider, reported on Monday Good Morning Football that the Seahawks have spoken with several teams about Clark, including the Indianapolis Colts, the Kansas City Chiefs, and the New York Jets.
It is possible that Clark trading will ease earlier this week, shaking up the design. It has been reported that the Seahawks have sought a first round in return for the passrusher.
Seattle GM John Schneider made it clear that he would be willing to listen to Clark's trading proposals when he spoke to the media last week.
"We always try to understand what the landscape looks like throughout the National Football League," he said. "If we did not do it, we would not do our job, we can never have anything to worry about in the sand, but we obviously love Frank, so we've classified him as a franchise partner."
Clark is expected to earn $ 1
Clark is a talented Pass Rusher who comes out of his best season and has 13 career highs. However, a history of domestic violence issues dating back to his college years could play a role in a team's willingness to give up a premium on election schemes and pay the player a massive payday.
Schneider was aware that he could possibly add more picks for his draft move – he currently only has four selections. Sending Clark out of town would leave a big hole in the defense, but at the moment it's Schneider's best chip. When a team is ready to part with this chip, the GM is ready to do something.