4 teams Broncos could trade Courtland Sutton to and what they could get back

Nov 27, 2022; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton (14)
Nov 27, 2022; Charlotte, North Carolina, USA; Denver Broncos wide receiver Courtland Sutton (14) / Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
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Green Bay Packers
Jan 1, 2023; Green Bay, Wisconsin, USA; Green Bay Packers tight end Robert Tonyan (85) and wide / Wm. Glasheen-USA TODAY Sports

Green Bay Packers

This would be a very uncharacteristic move from what we have come to know of the Green bay Packers. The team just does not make a lot of outside-the-box moves.

But with Randall Cobb aging and an unrestricted free agent and Allen Lazard also set to hit free agency, the depth chart is going to start to get pretty thin. The team could easily move on from Cobb at this stage in his career but will likely make every effort to keep Lazard, who would be one of the bigger names on the open market.

Christian Watson looks like a future star and Romeo Doubs, another rookie last year, has some upside. But beyond them, the only other wide receivers on the roster are Samori Toure, Bo Melton and Jeff Cotton.

Sutton would be a massive upgrade and could be a prime target for Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love, whoever is the Packers' quarterback next year.

But the Packers would also play some hardball with the Broncos and wouldn't want to give up a second-round pick. Instead, the Broncos could try and work something like this.

This would be a great return for Denver. They would get a third pick in the third round along with Kingsley Enagbare, who many analysts had a second-round draft grade on at one point last season. He slipped all the way to the fifth round, where the Packers grabbed him.

Enagbare played in all 17 games as a rookie and made seven starts, racking up 31 tackles and three sacks. The Broncos could add him to their pass-rushing corps and be satisfied with what they received in exchange for their former second-round pick, Sutton.