Former Alabama wide receiver Calvin Ridley was there Atlanta Falcons since he was drafted by the organization in the first round of the 2018 draft.

Ridley served as the team’s WR2 behind another Alabama wide receiver, Julio Jones, but when he left Tennessee, many believed Ridley would take on the lead role.

It’s become clear that Ridley is ready to move away from Atlanta, and the franchise is reportedly not opposed to the idea of ​​trading him.

So which teams might be willing to trade early-round draft picks for the star wide receiver? Here are five potential trade targets for Ridley that we’d like to see.

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That now depends on Chris Godwin not returning to the free hand. When one of Tom Brady’s favorite targets is gone, they must replace him with someone capable of filling the role. Trading for Ridley would require relinquishing easy but early draft capital. Tampa Bay is in “win-now” mode, so it should be natural for this front office to give up picks for an experienced recipient.

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There are many questions about this Brown Team headed into the off-season. No one is entirely sure about Baker Mayfield’s status within the franchise, but one thing is certain: With or without Mayfield, a quarterback needs receivers. With Odell Beckham Jr. away and a lackluster 2021 season from Jarvis Landry, the team needs offensive help. Calvin Ridley can help.

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the dolphins entered the 2021 season expecting a new and improved wide receiving corps. Will Fuller caught four passes, DeVante Parker was limited by injury, and it all came down to tight end Mike Gesicki and rookie Jaylen Waddle.

This team’s offensive problems stem from a lack of an offensive line, but if they’re looking to add a proven receiver, Ridley could be there for them.

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Mac Jones had an impressive rookie season with the himself New England Patriots, but they failed to make it past the Will Card round of the playoffs. The team looks solid, but the wide receiver lacks strength. Ridley would be a great match for Jones and complement the other receivers on the team.

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DeVonta Smith looked great for them Eagle in his rookie season, but he can’t do it alone. Quez Watkins and Jalen Reagor are full-fledged wide receivers, but Ridley’s experience and skills would make him a great leader for this team, with or without Jalen Hurts as quarterback.