Players who could be on the move from each team

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Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Gallup — The Cowboys aren’t going to trade anyone of importance, as the season has shown the need for necessary depth. Dallas is just getting Gallup back from a calf strain in Week 1, but the offense has fared well with Cedrick Wilson taking Gallup’s role as WR3 and a deep threat. The talent level isn’t comparable, but the need in the offense is filled and Noah Brown makes a quality WR4. Gallup is likely looking at a $12 million – $14 million per year payday on the open market, which prices him out of Dallas. If they could get a quality DT or a third-round pick from an AFC squad, which isn’t guaranteed in the compensatory pick formula (it’s a formula, not a guarantee), then maybe they consider it. Again, not likely, not even close, but if there was a guy Gallup would be it. — K.D. Drummond, Cowboys Wire

New York Giants TE Evan Engram — Let’s just be honest: Engram is a talented and dynamic player but he simply doesn’t mesh well in New York. Whether it’s scheme, his injury history, a perception among fans or his rapport with quarterback Daniel Jones, things just aren’t working out. Engram has failed to meet his potential when he’s able to stay on the field and that in and of itself is a crapshoot. Perhaps the most baffling issue with Engram is his propensity for crushing drops in big moments. He’s also frequently involved on plays that result in turnovers — more than 40 percent of Jones’ total turnovers involved Engram in some way or another. There’s still plenty of upside for Engram, but he may need a change of scenery to realize his potential. — Dan Benton, Giants Wire

Philadelphia Eagles LT Andre Dillard — Dillard was drafted in 2019 to become the Eagles left tackle of the future, but things haven’t quite panned out that way.  Jordan Mailata ascended to starting left tackle and then signed a lucrative contract extension.   Howie Roseman won’t give Dillard away for nothing and with both Lane Johnson and Mailata having battled injuries, Philadelphia could choose to keep the tackle on the roster for depth purposes. Complicating things further is the Eagles potentially having to exercise Dillard’s fifth-year option, which would pay the left tackle upwards of $11.6 million for 2023. If Philadelphia believes that Lane Johnson can continue to be a productive and high value left tackle, then there’s simply no room for Dillard going forward in 2022. — Glenn Erby, Eagles Wire

Washington Football Team DT Daron Payne — This isn’t to suggest Payne is on the trade block, or Washington would even consider trading him. However, no one is trading for Brandon Scherff at this point. Tim Settle is an option, but his contract is almost up. Payne has value. And, with Washington signing Jonathan Allen to an extension over the summer, the team can’t pay everyone on its defensive line. Washington still has Matt Ioannidis and Settle under contract for the remainder of the season. Washington could also choose to re-sign Settle for less than what Payne would eventually cost. Payne could bring Washington back assets if it planned on making a big move for a quarterback in the offseason. — Bryan Manning, WFT Wire

One player each NFL team could trade before the deadline, from Xavien Howard to Brandon Aiyuk