10 NFL players that could still be traded in 2022 offseason

Atlanta Falcons; Jessie Bates III #30 of the Cincinnati Bengals (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)
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Green Bay Packers linebacker Krys Barnes (51) Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports /

While the majority of the big offseason moves have already happened, these 10 NFL players could still get dealt during training camp.

The NFL has almost wrapped up one of the most shocking and unpredictable off-seasons in the league’s history. A multitude of big names were moved in a shocking fashion.

While the biggest moves are done, there are still some players that could be dealt to new teams before the season opens. Here are ten players that could still be traded away this offseason.

NFL trade target #10: Krys Barnes, LB, Green Bay Packers

The Packers had a relatively surprising draft class despite having a surplus of early picks. Chief among them was adding Quay Walker with their first pick of the draft.

A talented linebacker, he figures to start sooner than later. That leaves former undrafted free agent and part-time starter Krys Barnes’s role with the team very much in question.

While not a complete linebacker by any means, Barnes excels at filling lanes and stopping the run. He is undersized and only a marginal athlete, but he has been a constant part-time starter for the Packers since signing thereafter the 2020 draft.

His role will likely be filled by Walker now though, and Green Bay could move Barnes.

Now, they don’t have to by any means. His deal is extremely team-friendly and he can play on special teams. That said, if a team wanted to add Barnes, they could offer up another marginal player or a day-three pick and potentially land him.

The Packers shouldn’t be desperate to trade Barnes, but if the right deal presented itself he could be on the move.