8. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, Chiefs
Considering how confounding the Kansas City Chiefs backfield has been since they drafted CEH all the way back in 2020, there is a chance they go and ship him before losing the rusher for nothing in a few months.
As ridiculous as it sounds, CEH was once considered a preternatural talent at the position and he's only playing at age 24, which makes for a very compelling and tasty case in favor of trading for him.
"Edwards-Helaire does have some quickness and plenty of big-game experience," wrote Zrebiec. "He’d be more of a depth add and certainly wouldn’t answer the call for a bell-cow No. 1 back."
The Ravens don't quite have that RB1 in place anymore after losing J.K. Dobbins to a season-ending injury in Week 1, and Baltimore will also need to negotiate a deal with Dobbins next spring as he's virtually out of contract already.
There might be better players in terms of fit for the 2023 season, but trading for CEH wouldn't surprise me at all and the team might actually benefit from this deal in the long run.
Keep an eye on Kansas City because this might be the under-the-radar move waiting to happen.