The NY Jets are in the market for a star wide receiver this offseason, that much has been made abundantly clear. One player who's had his name come up in recent rumors is Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf.
Now, it should be noted that there's been no true indication that the Seahawks are looking to move Metcalf. While there have been rumblings that Seattle is willing to listen to offers, it's unclear if any talks have progressed beyond an initial phone call.
Nonetheless, as we've seen numerous times this offseason, nothing is guaranteed. Few would have predicted that the likes of Davante Adams and Tyreek Hill would've been traded just a few weeks ago.
The NFL is as unpredictable as it's ever been, so just because a player seems tied to their current team right now, that doesn't mean they'll even be on that team's roster in a couple of weeks.
That could be true for Metcalf who is due an extension as soon as this offseason. The former second-round pick has put together three consecutive 900-yard seasons and could look to capitalize on the ever-expanding wide receiver market.
If the Seahawks aren't willing to pay him what he wants, there's a very good chance he could be moved. The Jets make all the sense in the world as potential landing spots.
But what exactly would the Jets have to give up in a hypothetical trade? We explore three potential trade packages for DK Metcalf.