Giovani Bernard RB, Cincinnati Bengals
-Bernard is a strange player. He has had to split carries throughout his whole career, but he has been exceptional with the ball in his especially last year. In his three years in the NFL he has never fallen below 4 YPA and that is behind an offensive line with some weak spots.
Eddie Lacy RB, Green Bay Packers
-Inconsistencies will drive a team crazy and Lacy’s fluctuating weight must be driving the staff in Green Bay crazy. Almost any running back can look next to Aaron Rodgers when everything is going well, and while Lacy could show flashes of greatness they may feel comfortable moving him.
-There are dozens of other running backs you could put here so I decided to just leave it out. The two above make the most sense to be draft day trades. One isn’t being used as a bell cow and has a new OC, while the other may have run out of good will with his current team. Both however are worth a look from other teams and could fetch a mid round pick or even a high round pick swap if Ezekiel Elliot and Derek Henry go quickly.