NFL trade deadline 2021 live: All the rumors, news, deals and reaction

The 2021 NFL trade deadline is set for 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, with the latest sizable deal involving the Rams making a move for Broncos pass-rusher Von Miller .

The action has gotten interesting over the past few weeks with some big names finding new destinations, though it doesn’t appear Deshaun Watson will be one of them .

Business started to pick up toward the end of September, when the Panthers and Jaguars got together on a deal that sent cornerback CJ Henderson , who was a 2020 first-round pick by Jacksonville, to Carolina. The Panthers weren’t done at corner, either. A little over a week later, they acquired Stephon Gilmore from the Patriots. The moves by Carolina were, at least in part, necessitated by injury, as trades often are. The Panthers lost their 2021 first-round pick, cornerback Jaycee Horn , to a hand injury in September.

Another one of the biggest deals to date was also set in motion by an injury. The Cardinals lost tight end Maxx Williams for the season on Oct. 10 against the 49ers; within the week, they had made a deal to get Zach Ertz from Philadelphia.

We have tracked every deal since training camp, with analysis and highlights from our team of NFL reporters (latest info on top). We’ll continue to add to it as trades occur. Here’s what you need to know.

More coverage:
ESPN+ trade grades Nov. 2

Browns won’t trade Odell Beckham Jr.

The Cleveland Browns have no plans on trading Odell Beckham Jr. by today’s trade deadline, per sources.
I was told there haven’t been any offers that would make sense for the organization. — Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) November 2, 2021 News: Odell Beckham Junior’s dad posts video showing Baker Mayfield not passing to OBJ

Packers could be eyeing tight end market

Several teams believe the Packers are doing homework on tight ends as the deadline nears. Evan Engram and Hayden Hurst are high-end options. Jordan Akins and Jacob Hollister would be more affordable options. — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) November 2, 2021 Could the Texans make a few more deals?

Among Houston Texans players expected to be available as the trade deadline nears: TE Jordan Akins, S Lonnie Johnson, RB Phillip Lindsay, LB Zach Cunningham (and, of course, Deshaun Watson) — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) November 2, 2021 Steelers sending OLB Melvin Ingram to Chiefs

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram III is on the move. The Steelers traded Ingram to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for a sixth-round pick ahead of the trade deadline, a source told ESPN.Ingram, a former Pro Bowler who spent nine seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers , signed a one-year deal with the Steelers prior to training camp as a rotational outside linebacker, but recently expressed frustration over his role after playing just 26% of snaps against the Seattle Seahawks . Seifert’s ESPN+ trade grades : Which team won the deal? Don’t expect much from the Cowboys today […]

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