Devonta Freeman trade rumors are on the rise ever since the Atlanta Falcons running back is available in the NFL market. Freeman is one of the best RBs in NFL and led the Falcons in rushing touchdown during the 2015 season. Freeman scored 656 rushing yards 59 receptions last season for the Falcons after coming back from a knee injury.
The Seahawks' offer to free agent RB Devonta Freeman is a one-year deal that would be worth up to $4 million. He has also attracted interest from the Jets and Eagles.
— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) May 20, 2020
Most of the NFL teams such as Seahawks, Eagles and Jets have a requirement for running backs and they are keeping tabs on Freeman. There are a lot of NFL teams interested in the 28-year-old to boost their roster for the upcoming season. Here are more details on Devonta Freeman trade rumors with Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Jets.
Seattle Seahawks have already offered Devonta Freeman a one year deal worth $4 million. The Seahawks are very aggressive in the persuasion of the running back as he can help the team in a lot of ways. Freeman is a top priority for the Seattle Seahawks as they need someone to boost their offense and make essential touchdowns.
Philadelphia Eagles are also looking forward to signing Devonta Freeman as he would give them additional firepower to come on top in the NFC East. Dallas Cowboys is the main rival team of Eagles in the division and having a Pro-Bowler like Freeman would make a lot of difference. The Eagles have a lot of potential in the upcoming NFL season and they need a few players like Devonta Freeman to keep the squad tight.
New York Jets
New York Jets would need someone like Devonta Freeman to rise up from their 7-9 record last season. The Jets couldn’t even qualify for the playoffs last year and needs certain improvement for the 2020 NFL season. Freeman in the roster of the Jets would certainly boost the other running backs Le’Veon Bell and La’Mical Perine. It is not clear about the future of the NFL 2020 season as the threat of coronavirus can complicate things and delay the schedule.