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Potential trade targets for all 32 NFL teams at the 2019 deadline

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With the Oct. 29 trade deadline looming, we asked our 32 NFL Nation reporters to pick potential trade targets for every team. That means veterans who can't get on the field, players who have overstayed their welcomes and guys who just need a change of scenery.

A few of the names mentioned? Patrick Peterson, Leonard Williams and Trent Williams. Here are 32 viable candidates -- one for every team -- who could be dealt before the deadline:

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ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN
CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB | HOU | IND
JAX | KC | LAC | LAR | MIA | MIN | NE
NO | NYG | NYJ | OAK | PHI | PIT | SF
SEA | TB | TEN | WSH

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Buffalo Bills

Tyler Kroft, TE

Any team trading for Kroft, who signed a three-year deal this offseason, would be doing so based on his production with the Bengals, because he hasn't been able to shake a series of foot and ankle injuries this season. While Kroft has sat on the sideline for the Bills' past five games, rookie Dawson Knox has established himself as the team's primary pass-catching tight end. Lee Smith handles blocking duties and Tommy Sweeney does a little of both, leaving a diminishing role for Kroft whenever he's able to get fully healthy. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques


Miami Dolphins

Kenyan Drake, RB

Drake has been trying to be the man in the Dolphins' backfield for four seasons, but two different coaches have decided he's a better fit as a rotational back. He has shown instances of frustration with his role throughout his time in Miami, and he's in a contract year. Drake has big-play ability and often shows elusiveness as a runner and receiver. He could help a contending team, and it's easy to foresee Miami parting with him for the price of a midround pick. -- Cameron Wolfe


New England Patriots