Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that the Seahawks and Eagles have been two of the more aggressive teams in the trade market the past few years and are still hopeful of upgrading their left tackle positions before Tuesday trade deadline.
According to La Canfora, the Seahawks have made their desire to add a tackle known and have explored trades for Bills LT Cordy Glenn and Texans LT Duane Brown in recent weeks. La Canfora says that Glenn isn’t an option for them due to cap restraints, but Browns still a possibility.
As for the Eagles, La Canfora mentions that they began identifying possible trade replacements for injured LT Jason Peters shortly after he was lost for the season during Monday’s game. Interestingly enough, La Canfora adds that Eagles GM Howie Roseman is open to upgrading his roster beyond just left tackle and he’ll likely extend a wide net to bolster their playoff chances.
Some potential targets tossed out by La Canfora for the Eagles include Glenn, Brown and 49ers LT Joe Staley.
We’ll have more regarding potential trades for these two teams as the news is available.