Alvin Kamara landing spot after Saints trade report surfaced: Patriots among two leading contenders

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    <p>Alvin Kamara is one of the best all-around running backs in football.  Now all 31 other NFL franchises may have the opportunity to play "Let's Make a Deal" with the New Orleans Saints as the franchisees look to Kamara if they can't reach a contract extension with the three-time Pro Back Bowl . 

Kamra’s trade market may become increasingly hot. He is the only player in league history to rush for 2,000 yards, pass for 2,000 yards, and make three Pro Bowl appearances in his first three NFL seasons. In the last three seasons, Kamra is fifth in yards per scrimmage (4,476) and second in all-purpose yards (5,061). Kamra’s 27 rushing touchdowns rank fifth in the NFL and his 243 receptions and 2,068 receiving yards rank second in the league among running backs only Christian McKeffrey.

Bottom Line: Kamara deserves to be paid among the best running backs in the game. If the Saints fail to complete the task, another team from the NFL will surely take on the responsibilities of Kamara being long-term. Who of those teams would really like to leave the alleged first round pick (New Orleans asking price) for Kamra, not to mention salary cap space for Kamara to sign for a long-term deal? Let’s dive in.

new England Patriots

The Patriots have given the Saints a first-round pick for an offensive playwright (see Brandin Cook) and he was also in the final year of his rookie contract. Familiar? Perhaps Bill Belichick gave another first round pick to add a talented running back like Kamara, especially given the Patriots’ running back position.

If Cam Newton is really going to succeed in New England, why not give him a reliable pass-catching option that can open up his tiring ability and give opposing nightmares? Sonny Mitchell is not reliable and who knows how reliable James White is now that Brady is in Tampa. Cam and Kamara will have a lot of fun and also open up the playbook for Josh McDanels.

Kamra will certainly get her fair share of touch in New England and open the passing game. Adding him could be the move that gives New England another AFC East title.

Miami dolphins

Miami spent $ 8.26 million to build a running combination of Jordan Howard and Matt Breida for 2020 – their attempt to improve the league’s worst rushing offensive a year ago. While Breida and Howard have potential, they do not match Kamara’s talent. The Dolphins are committed to spending the money and have too much in future cap space for a long-term deal with Fournette (in 2021 cap space, estimated at $ 42 million per overcap).

The Dolphins also have a first-round pick to give, as they had two of them thanks to the Larei tunnels trade before the start of the season last year. Miami could easily run away with the first round to be as good as Kamara and offer him a new contract.

Adding Kamra could add Miami to the five-winning team as a Dark Horse playoff contender. Tua Tagovailoa will also be another reliable pass-catching option in his cheating season. A win-win.

New york jets

How about Kamra for Le’Veon Bell Swap? The Saints and the Jets could entertain the prospect in the form of problems running after each other. Bell and Jets head coach Adam Gassay have voiced their disagreement and the Jets definitely want to distance themselves from Bell’s big contract. The Saints, should they choose not to sign Kamara to an extension, can leave him for New York and get a playmaker at Bell, who has the ability to get a check down option for the well-off trees Will fit as

Despite Bell’s subpar 2019 season, he still has a few good years left. Put Bell behind a good offensive line and she will return to her days with the Steelers. The Saints will reap Bell’s prizes and still be Super Bowl contenders while the Jets get back to Kamara who is a strong fit in the Gaes offense. Kamra would receive a much higher target volume given the depth of the jet at the receiver.

The Saints could actually get a draft back to take on Bell’s contract. just a thought.

Buffalo bill

Notice the pattern here? Each AFC East team can use Kamra in a division that has been open anytime in the last 20 years. The Bills have been able to win the defense and opened the passing game with the acquisition of Stephen Diggs. His running game is still a question mark because it is unclear whether Devin Singletary could be a featured back and Zac Moss could be away from work at some point this season.

Buffalo’s running game is fine as it is currently built, but the Bills already have a first-round pick and cap space to add Kamra to the impressive young core. Adding Kamra also helped to accelerate the development of quarterback Josh Allen.

green Bay Packers

Green Bay may not be as good as the pre-season 13-3 record and this team did nothing to improve their pass-catching options for Aaron Rodgers in 2020. Devin Funchess did not select because of COVID-19 and the Packers draft the same wide receiver. The offense needs more weapons around Rodgers.

Who can blame Roger if he was unhappy? Perhaps leaving that first-round pick for Kamra and igniting Green Bay at the top of the NFC North could lighten his mood. Green Bay has the league’s reigning touchdown leader in Aaron Jones – which is also in the final year of his rogue deal – even though he is not a perfect receiver out of the backfield. Perhaps the Packers could make a strong combination of Kamara and Jones, using Kamara in the slot as one of the top receiver options for Rodgers and taking Jones under pressure and AJ-Dillon in short- Yardage can stop in conditions.

Kamra may have reduced untouchability, but he would be an important weapon for the offense throughout the year and in the postman. The Rodgers don’t have many chances to win the Super Bowl and Green Bay now needs more help than they have. Adding Kamra would be a gamble that could pay huge dividends.

Los angeles ram

Ram could use a stud running back like Kamara because when his offense was at its best – a lead back (Todd Gurley) – led the way. Kamara could actually be a better fit in McVay’s system and use Los Angeles’ clear-cut No. 1 back to commit his offense. Getting back like Kamra would open the passing game for Goff – who had struggles of his own while Gurley struggled with his knee trouble last season – and Kamara could help him regain his form.

While Kamara can help boost the offense, a trade can be a long shot. Los Angeles appears committed to the committee of Cam Acres, Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown, but would love to see one of those three emerge as No. 1. The Rams do not even have the draft capital to acquire Kamara as they do not have a first-round pick until 2023. How many future first salaries can Los Angeles pay? Sitting on top of the cap at $ 14 million also doesn’t help.

Kamara would be a great fit in Los Angeles, but there are too many hurdles to articulate.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

If a good running back is available, Tampa Bay is a logical landing spot. The Buccaneers still have question marks on running with Ronald Jones and LeSean McCoy topped the depth chart. McCoin was the Des starter for the Seasons City Chiefs a few days ago before falling to the depth chart and playing just one snap at the postseason, so it’s surprising if the Buccaneers can count on him for that long – it Assuming that Jones does not usurp the main task.

Tom Brady loves to check back down, so why shouldn’t Tampa Bay get the best running back in the game? If the Buccaneers are serious about a Super Bowl run, they may consider a late first-round (projected) defeat to the Saints and take their chance on Kamara for a season. Kamara would be difficult to sign for a long-term deal, but perhaps a one-year salary increase is first in order.

The Bookers are unlikely to land Kamara until the Saints receive the King’s ransom. New Orleans is a Super Bowl favorite and it is highly suspected that they will return to the Pro Bowl as a division rival and NFC contender. Tampa Bay will try to give Kamra a lot more than the first round to land.

Washington Football Team

Washington is looking for a long-term replacement for Adrian Peterson and Darius Guice is no longer an option. Head coach Ron Rivera knows how to use Kamara’s skill set as he (along with offensive coordinator Scott Turner who came to Washington) to draft Christian McCaffrey and mold him into one of the best all-round backs in football Was.

Washington could use a playwright, not named after Terry McLaurin, but would the franchise be ready for a rushing way with a potential top-five draft pick? It sounds like a Daniel Snyder move, but he hands over the franchise keys to Rivera and new team president Jason Wright. Maybe a second-round pick intrigues the Saints, especially given Washington does not have too much of a running back.

Bryce Love, Peyton Barber and JD McKissic are just trying to give their fans hope that there are no long-term options for a franchise. Kamra is a player that Washington could hit the market for the next several seasons.

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