2. Bryce Hall, CB, NY Jets
Another victim of the Jets' roster depth, Bryce Hall has played just five snaps this season, all of which came in Week 1. He's been rendered a healthy scratch in each of the last seven games and that likely won't change barring injury.
Hall is a good young cornerback who started all 17 games for the Jets last season as the team's de facto CB1. While he may not be a future All-Pro, Hall proved last year that he can be a starting-caliber cornerback in this league.
Hall's 64.5 Pro Football Focus coverage grade ranked 18th among all cornerbacks to play at least 80 percent of their team's defensive snaps. He finished second in the NFL behind just Marshon Lattimore with 17 forced incompletions.
There are at least a handful of teams (if not more) that Hall would start for in the NFL. Not only does he not start for the Jets, but he can't even find his way off the weekly inactive report.
The Jets love their cornerback depth and recognize the value of having a player like Hall in case the injury bug strikes, but there are likely teams in the NFL who would be willing to give up some decent draft capital for a 25-year-old starting-caliber cornerback.
With Sauce Gardner, D.J. Reed, Michael Carter II, and Brandin Echols, the Jets have enough cornerback depth to trade Hall away if the right package comes along.
Bryce Hall is a surplus the Jets could turn into a more valuable asset.