The Carolina Panthers have opened up trade season in the NFL.
As the one team that is looking to sell some of their players, wide receiver Robbie Anderson becomes the first one to go.
After the argument on the sideline on Sunday that got Anderson kicked out of the game by his coach, this was the only way forward for the Panthers.
But, the question remains, which Panthers will be on the move next?
Here are three Panthers who will likely be traded before the trade deadline on November 1st.
The Panthers seem ready to move off star running back, Christian McCaffrey.
The former all-pro has been awesome again this season and should return a nice package of draft picks.
In six games, McCaffrey has 393 rushing yards and two touchdowns along with 33 receptions for 277 yards and one TD.
Christian McCaffrey has 24 career games with at least 50 rushing yards and 50 receiving yards. Marshall Faulk is the ONLY player in NFL history with more.@CMC_22 | @Panthers pic.twitter.com/H97nqGPa2J
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) October 17, 2022
When healthy, the 26-year-old has been one of the most productive backs in the NFL.
But, Carolina needs draft capital as they start their rebuild and McCaffrey should be one player on the move.
After trading one wide receiver in Anderson, D.J. Moore should be the next one on the move.
Moore has had three straight 1,100+ yard seasons coming into this year but he is being wasted in Carolina.
The Panthers are not getting him the ball and he needs a change of scenery.
Plenty of teams around the league would be interested in Moore’s services.
Plus, he could command a first-round pick if the Panthers find a team desperate for a difference-maker at receiver.
The Panthers’ defense has been solid this season, but that does not mean any of their defensive players are untouchable.
One player that Carolina should move is defensive tackle, Derrick Brown.
The former first-round pick has been very good this season for Carolina and would help any contender on the defensive line.
Top-graded Panthers from Week 6 against the Rams:
1. Derrick Brown – 91.3
2. Cory Littleton – 90.7
3. Christian McCaffrey – 76.6 pic.twitter.com/KyFtrrnYML
— PFF CAR Panthers (@PFF_Panthers) October 17, 2022
Brown is one of the most underrated defensive linemen in the NFL mostly because he has spent his whole career in Carolina.
He is another player that would command a nice package of draft picks.
The Panthers need to find a franchise QB, so adding draft capital and either selecting one or trading for one is a great place to start.