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

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Los Angeles Rams: Cooper Kupp

Going back to the draft in 2017, it’s safe to say that every other team regrets not picking Cooper Kupp after seeing how reliable of a wideout he’s turned out to be for the Los Angeles Rams.

While Kupp was considered one of the top receivers from his class, there were some concerns over the fact that he was coming from a smaller school in Eastern Washington, and whether there would be struggles adjusting to the NFL.

Three years later, and every football fan has learned that Kupp adjusted just fine, as the wideout bounced back strong from a torn ACL in 2019 to record his first career 1,000-yard season.

Due to being a former third-round pick, Los Angeles is getting Kupp for an absolute steal contract wise compared to his production, but the Rams realize this isn’t going to last forever, and are currently tied up with numerous big contracts.

Not only did Los Angeles recently make the difficult decision to part ways with Todd Gurley, but other star players such as Jared Goff and Aaron Donald have massive contracts as well, meaning it could be difficult when the time comes to find the money for Kupp.

Some believe Brandin Cooks has a better chance of being part of a trade this offseason, but if the Eagles had their preference, Kupp would easily be the better choice.