3 post-draft trade packages for Saints’ Alvin Kamara
Who knows how much longer the Washington Redskins are going to try to win football games with Derrius Guice and Adrian Peterson. They want Guice to work out so badly, but he barely sees a game of action before getting hurt again.
This wasn’t just a one-time thing. He was hurt the majority of the 2018 season and was hurt a couple of times separately in the 2019 season. Both times, Adrian Peterson stepped in and helped fill the role while he was gone.
Time and time again though, they keep trying to go back to Guice who is just too injury prone. The Redskins would really benefit from having a proven, veteran running back that can lead that backfield better than Guice.
The Redskins also have roughly $20 million in cap space that they would be willing to use to sign Kamara to the long-term extension that he really wants. In return, the Saints would get their first-round pick, which will likely end up being in the top ten next year.