With the NFL trade deadline approaching -- 4 p.m. ET on Oct. 30 -- NFL Nation reporters pick players from every team who could draw interest in a potential midseason deal.
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Wide receiver Deonte Thompson
With the addition of Amari Cooper, the Cowboys are moving away from a committee approach at wide receiver, which could make Thompson a possibility for a team seeking receiver depth. Known for his speed, Thompson is averaging just 8.6 yards per catch with 12 receptions for 103 yards. He has struggled with contested catches the past two games. The Cowboys have shortened the receiver rotation, which figures to continue with Cooper. Thompson finds himself as the fifth option among five, behind Cooper, Cole Beasley, Michael Gallup and Allen Hurns. He is on a one-year deal, so it would not cost a team much money nor much in terms of compensation. -- Todd Archer
Cornerback Janoris Jenkins
The Giants already got rid of Eli Apple and defensive tackle Damon Harrison, but they would also be open to getting Jenkins off their books. He's still a quality cornerback who could help a contending team, even if he's not playing at the level he did when he first joined the team in 2016. Jenkins is owed more than $22 million in the final two years of his contract, so it would be an expensive acquisition for any team and likely wouldn't net the Giants much in terms of compensation. -- Jordan Raanan
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Guard Chance Warmack
The former first-round pick started three games for the Eagles last season, but he has fallen behind Isaac Seumalo and Stefen Wisniewski on the depth chart. A late-round pick from a team struggling along the interior is about the only scenario that would make sense for the Eagles to part ways with him. -- Tim McManus
Running back Samaje Perine
There are others who would fetch more, but the Redskins have a surplus at running back -- with Adrian Peterson running well, Perine has not been a factor. He has rushed three times for five yards this season and has been inactive in four games. The Redskins also have Chris Thompson and Kapri Bibbs, and Byron Marshall is eligible to come off injured reserve if they needed someone else. Perine, a fourth-round pick in 2017, showed flashes this summer of being a more patient and confident runner than when he ran for 603 yards as a rookie. His main issue involves fumbling, but he still might be able to help another team. -- John Keim