Draft Day Trades Could Shake Up Futures Odds for Eagles, Titans, Ravens and Cardinals
Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images. Pictured: A.J. Brown.
Multiple Browns were on the move in a pair of draft-day trades that did not involve the Cleveland Browns.
A.J. Brown has spent three seasons in the NFL and earned PFWA All-Rookie team honors during his rookie season. He was selected to the 2020 Pro Bowl during his second season.
Jalen Hurts will now have Brown and Devonta Smith as his top targets in Philly. It was reported that Hurts had been throwing with Brown last weekend.
Jalen Hurts throwing with AJ Brown
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Hollywood Brown has also spent three seasons in the NFL and quickly became the No. 1 receiving option for Lamar Jackson.
Kyler Murray will be reunited with his favorite target from Oklahoma. Murray and Brown combined for 75 receptions, 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns during the 2018 season.
The Titans started the day with +2842 consensus odds to win the Super Bowl next year.
The Eagles were +4191 on the consensus line to win the Super Bowl before the trade.
The Ravens were +2000 to win it all before trading their star wide receiver.
The Cardinals were +2842 to win the Super Bowl on the consensus line.
None of the four teams’ odds have changed significantly since the trades, but that could change quickly as money starts coming in on the various teams.