Chicago Bears Rumors: 10 Teams that should try to trade for Allen Robinson

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Final two teams who should be interested in feeling out the Chicago Bears

2. Houston Texans

Have you seen Deshaun Watson throw the football this year? It has not been awful, but he is not getting much help from his receivers either. Maybe DeAndre Hopkins is why Watson has looked so good over the first three years of his career?

Brandin Cooks was supposed to help soften the blow, but he had one bad game followed by a solid one. Either way, it was not enough for the Texans who only scored 16 points against the Ravens in Week 2. Adding a player like Robinson to the mix makes sense. The team could possibly send Will Fuller or Kenny Stills and a draft pick back to the Chicago Bears.

1. New York Giants

I know that Allen Robinson did not look good versus the New York Giants last week, but the team needs more playmakers for Daniel Jones to throw to. Saquan Barkley is out for the year with an ACL tear, but the team signed Davonta Freeman to help soften the blow. Golden Tate has been a walking injury, Darius Slayton has been great, but adding Robinson to the mix would definitely help this offense. Just like the Eagles, a 0-2 start is not the end in the NFC East.

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Final Thoughts:

Allen Robinson looks very frustrated with how contract negotiations are going. As I said, the longer it takes to sign him, the more and more likely he will demand a trade. If I am the General Manager of any of these 10 teams, I am picking up the phone and calling Ryan Pace weekly, maybe even daily, to see what the price is for Robinson. I would not care what Pace and the Chicago Bears say publically, if the player won’t sign, trading him will always become an option.