By Adam Roberts – 11/1/2021
The Monday before the NFL Trade Deadlines is one of the busier days on the league calendar. With the reaction pouring in from the week before and about 24 hours remaining to make a deal, the pressure can be daunting on front offices of fringe playoff teams and contenders alike.
As for Green Bay, while anything can happen it doesn’t seem like any flashy deals are in the works for Gutekunst and Co. (as is tradition).
But at his Monday media availability, head coach Matt LaFleur didn’t rule out the possibility of Green Bay pursuing an opportunity for a new name either today or tomorrow.
“I think if the right opportunity presents itself, then that’s something that we could be involved with.” LaFleur said this afternoon. “I know that Gutey and his staff are working extremely hard to find something…it’s just whether or not the right opportunity presents itself.”
Teams have until 3pm tomorrow afternoon to strike a deal. The most notable so far hasbeen the Denver Broncos dealing defensive superstar Von Miller to the Los Angeles Rams for a couple day two draft picks while also paying Miller’s salary.