Philadelphia Eagles: One dream trade target from each team for 2020

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Detroit Lions: Trey Flowers

The good news for the Detroit Lions is despite how disappointing it was to win just three games during the 2019 season, Trey Flowers appeared to be a great fit on the defensive side of the football.

After spending the first four years of his career with the New England Patriots, Flowers reunited with his former defensive coordinator in Matt Patricia by agreeing to a whopping five-year, $90 million deal with the Lions in 2019.

By almost setting a new career high after finishing last season with seven sacks, Flowers was clearly worth the investment for Detroit, but if 2020 ends up being another year of rebuilding for Detroit, it never hurts to explore trade opportunities to load up on draft picks.

To say Jim Schwartz would love to add another effective pass rusher like Flowers would be a huge understatement, and what would make a move like this even more exciting is the fact that he will only be 27 at the official start of the 2020 season.

In other words, Flowers still has plenty of great left football left in him, and the Eagles could benefit in a big way from a move like this for years to come.