NFL Trade Deadline Live: Latest Rumors, News, Analysis Ahead Of 4 P.M. Deadline

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4:01 p.m.: As it stands right now, it looks like the only deal will be this one from more than two hours before the deadline.

4 p.m.: Jamal Adams is staying put; the asking price, per SI’s Albert Breer, was very high.

3:56 p.m.: And another deal that is unlikely to happen, per reports.

3:54 p.m.: So much for that. Sounds like the deadline is going to come and go without a whole lot of anything happening.

3:51 p.m.: Exciting!

3:44 p.m.: Can someone, and better yet, will someone swoop in and make a better offer in the next 15 minutes?

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2:59 p.m.: So much for those Le’Veon Bell trade rumors … although who knows.

2:55 p.m.: The Broncos aren’t planning on shipping away their franchise player, according to ESPN’s Dianna Russini.

2:52 p.m.: As we approach the one-hour countdown, here’s where the Jamal Adams situation stands:

2:30 p.m.: Teams looking to upgrade its secondary might have to make a call to Denver, and it sounds like there’s already a market.

2:26 p.m.: Sounds like Jamal Adams’ camp might be trying to get him back home.

2:17 p.m.: Could a team like the Patriots be interested here?

2:08 p.m.: That’s … a lot.

2:02 p.m.: A market developing for Jamal Adams?

1:58 p.m.: Robby Anderson also is on the market.

1:42 p.m.: Apparently it’s a fire sale in New York.

1:05 p.m.: The Patriots might be in the market for a tight end.

12:32 p.m.: Here’s a little more on the Le’Veon Bell rumors:

11:49 a.m.: So. This would be something.

10:41 a.m.: Here’s some more on Trent Williams.

10:22 a.m.: Noteworthy tidbit from Bill Belichick’s media availability:

9:24 a.m.: NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday the Redskins now are back on board with the idea of trading left tackle Trent Williams. According to Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, the price remains as high as it was earlier in the year.

Breer wrote: “I?m told Washington has begun the process of circling back with teams that had called to ascertain interest. The price? For right now, my understanding is that the Redskins are looking for a first-round pick.”

8:28 a.m.: NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo has the latest on Lions star cornerback Darius Slay, indicating Detroit’s asking price remains high in a potential trade. Makes sense. Slay is one of the better cornerbacks in the game, and Detroit isn’t *that* far out of the playoffs. That being said, the Lions proved they’re not afraid to shake things up when they dealt safety Quandre Diggs to the Seahawks a couple of weeks back.

8:05 a.m.: Here’s the latest report on Chargers running back Melvin Gordon from Monday, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

The Chargers are among a handful of teams in a weird spot right now. They’re 3-5, so they’re technically still alive, but they did fire their offensive coordinator Monday night. Gordon is a unique case, too, after he held out to start the season and has yet to find a groove since returning.

8 a.m. ET: In years past, the NFL trade deadline has come and gone without much of anything happening, but it certainly appears things have changed.

There already has been a good deal of in-season player movement all season but especially in the last few weeks. That might all come to a head Tuesday leading up to the NFL’s 4 p.m. ET trade deadline.

Legitimate stars like Melvin Gordon, Darius Slay and Trent Williams have been the subject of seemingly legitimate trade rumors and with so many teams still in the running for a playoff spot — you could argue more than 20 teams are still in postseason contention — a blockbuster trade Tuesday could shift the power in some of those playoff races.

Be sure to keep it here at NESN.com as we monitor all the latest news and rumors leading up to Tuesday afternoon’s deadline.

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