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

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Kansas City Chiefs: Tyreek Hill

How great has Tyreek Hill been for the Kansas City Chiefs over the last four years?

Not only has the speedy wideout earned Pro Bowl honors each season, but he has also found the end zone at least six times every year as well.

Due to his impressive play from the previous three seasons, the Chiefs rewarded Hill with a hefty three-year, $54 million extension last September to make sure Patrick Mahomes would have one of his favorite targets for years to come.

With all these factors in mind, this is another situation in which Kansas City would need the deal of all deals just to even consider the possibility of giving up Hill in a trade, but it never hurts to think of the possibility of the speedster suiting up for the Eagles.

Philadelphia already has a reliable deep threat in Jackson to work with in the passing game, but there is no question that Hill is arguably the better option, whether it happens to be due to his production or being younger.

The Eagles made the right decision last offseason making sure they locked Wentz up for the long run to avoid having to worry about a larger deal down the road, but continuing to build the proper offense around him with the right weapons will be key.