44. Marcus Maye, S: New York Jets ➡️ Philadelphia Eagles
One position group where we can maybe expect a handful of big-name players to be on the move is at the safety position.
Marcus Maye is coming off of injury and may have to take a prove-it deal elsewhere, but it’s also possible the Jets and Robert Saleh view him as a long-term fixture for their defense.
If Maye is allowed to test the market, he would be a great one-year flyer for the Philadelphia Eagles and their improved secondary.
Defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon had that unit playing very well in the second half of last season, and a player like Maye on the back end could help take their group to another level.
43. David Njoku, TE: Cleveland Browns ➡️ Cleveland Browns
David Njoku has been franchise tagged by the Cleveland Browns and apparently, they are working on hammering out a long-term contract.
Chalk that up as a huge upset, at least from where things were between Njoku and the Browns a year ago when the former first-round pick was asking for a trade.
It looked like he had very good reason to do so, too. He was buried behind Austin Hooper and Harrison Bryant and his talents were being wasted.
He had a very good 2021 season in response, and has perhaps reclaimed the TE1 role for the Browns moving forward.