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Potential trade targets for all 32 NFL teams

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With the Oct. 31 trade deadline looming next Tuesday (4 p.m. ET), NFL Nation reporters pick one player from every team who could draw interest in a potential deal.

AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC West
NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC West


AFC EAST

Buffalo Bills

Offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson

The Bills have carried five offensive tackles on their 53-man roster since Henderson returned from suspension after five games. Coach Sean McDermott said last week that offensive tackle is "a position of value across the league," which was about the closest you'll get to him saying they are open for business. Cordy Glenn has battled foot and ankle injuries the past two seasons and has been splitting time at left tackle with second-round rookie Dion Dawkins, which also makes the Bills' second-highest paid player a potential trade target. But a team would have to pick up the remaining three seasons of Glenn's deal (2018-20) at about $30 million, so the cheaper option would be Henderson. He started 26 games for the Bills from 2014-15 before surgery for Crohn's disease and two NFL substance-abuse suspensions derailed his career and left him without a role on the current team. -- Mike Rodak

Miami Dolphins

Safety Nate Allen

The Dolphins got six starts out of Allen this season. But in reality, Allen is just a placeholder for future starting safety T.J. McDonald, who is soon coming off an eight-game suspension. Allen has been decent, but not great, and could help a team in need of safety help. -- James Walker