The Oct. 31 trade deadline forces teams to determine earlier than they'd like whether they are buyers or sellers. Many teams have held out as long as they can, hoping their losing fortunes shift or that potential buyers improve their offers.

Despite just trading for former All-Pro safety Kevin Byard, Philadelphia may not be done. General manager Howie Roseman is arguably the most aggressive GM in football when it comes to getting deals done, and he could still add in the next couple of days. On Monday, he did deal backup DT Kentavius Street to the Falcons.

The 5-3 Buffalo Bills are also considered buyers in the market, potentially for more running back help. The Detroit Lions have an extra third-round pick this year from the T.J. Hockenson trade as they spy a window in the NFC North.

The 5-2 Baltimore Ravens are also considered buyers, owning all their picks through the first five rounds of the 2024 draft. And the NFC South-leading Atlanta Falcons could also be buyers, even though they have just more than $6 million in cap space this year. They'll have an extra pick (somewhere between the second and fourth round) thanks to the Calvin Ridley trade. New Orleans could also be in the market to keep pace.

The names around the league that I'm hearing today I've been hearing for weeks. I continue to be told anyone in Denver can be had, and that would include star young cornerback Patrick Surtain II.

Teams are being told Carolina is unwilling to trade Brian Burns. Safety Jeremy Chinn was the most likely player to be moved there before his quad injury landed him on IR. Cornerback Donte Jackson and wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. are also on the block.

The Raiders have had receiver Hunter Renfrow on the market for weeks. While the Giants aren't moving Saquon Barkley. Teams around the league feel Patriots linebacker Josh Uche will be traded for.

League sources anticipate the Commanders will part with either Chase Young or Montez Sweat by Tuesday, especially after Washington lost Sunday to the Eagles to fall to 3-5 on the year and 0-3 in the division. And that's exactly what went down as Sweat was dealt to the Bears for a 2024 second-rounder.

Vikings edge rusher Danielle Hunter could also be on the move, along with Jacksonville's Josh Allen — who are set to be unrestricted free agents in the spring with a manageable franchise tag number looming.