4. Derrick Henry, Titans
Obviously, whenever we're talking running back trades this year, we have to talk about Tennessee Titans legend Derrick Henry. The veteran is in the final year of his deal, and the Titans figure to be sellers at the deadline, even after rookie quarterback Will Levis went wild in his first start this past week.
At the very least, Henry is likely to be dealt. He is a guy who deserves a shot at winning a Super Bowl and has already seen his team draft his likely replacement in rookie Tyjae Spears. Tennessee would be comfortable throwing Spears into the fire as the lead back, as the rookie has looked great in his complimentary action thus far.
If Henry came to Baltimore, this Ravens offense could be unstoppable. Henry may not be the guy he once was, but he has not yet hit that wall. He's still got some left in the tank. The back field with Henry and Jackson would certainly open things up more in the passing game, too, as the Ravens continue to look to get that going at a higher level.