When the Jets opened for business in recent weeks with an eye on the Tuesday trading deadline, one thing was immediately clear: There was more interest around the league in receiver Robby Anderson than defensive lineman Leonard Williams.
And many expect Anderson will be the next to go.
The speedy receiver has drawn interest from multiple teams, according to several NFL sources, and the Jets have made it clear they're willing to deal him for the right price. Exactly what that price is remains unclear, but most people believe that a third-round pick would do it. That's exactly what the Eagles gave up last year to get receiver Golden Tate from Detroit.
So who would give that up for the 26-year-old Anderson, who is due another $1.6 million this season? Here's a look at several teams believed to be in the mix:
They wanted Anderson a year ago before they traded for Tate, and Jets GM Joe Douglas obviously knows it since he worked in Philly at the time. The Eagles could still use a deep threat, especially with DeSean Jackson dealing with injuries. Their offense has been struggling this season, and Anderson could be the kind of weapon to really make it go.
They traded away Amari Cooper last year, then struck out in their attempts to tame Antonio Brown, leaving them without a big-play receiver. They've got a surprisingly competitive team that can move the ball, but the passing game revolves around tight end Darren Waller -- by far their most productive target.
Anderson is the kind of stretch-the-field speedster the Raiders have always loved.
Green Bay Packers
The Packers' top receiver, Davante Adams, has missed four straight games with a toe injury, and who knows how effective he'll be when he returns? Without him, the receiving corps is a hodgepodge of youth and inexperience.
The Packers are 7-1 with a Top 3 quarterback in Aaron Rodgers. They are a title contender and need more weapons to make sure this opportunity doesn't go to waste.
D.J. Chark has emerged as a No. 1 receiver for the Jaguars, but they've told other teams they're looking to add another big-play receiver to help take pressure of quarterback Gardner Minshew, and open up things for running back Leonard Fournette.
They are mentioned in conversations about every available receivers, so they figure to be in the mix for Anderson, too.