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

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Carolina Panthers: D.J. Moore

Now that Robby Anderson is officially part of the Carolina Panthers, would the team be more open to dealing D.J. Moore in a potential trade?

If the previous two years are any indication, Moore is the kind of receiver who is only going to continue to get better with experience, and no one needs to explain the kind of potential he would have in an offense like the Eagles.

Expectations were rightfully high for Moore entering the NFL back in 2018 following an amazing career at Maryland, which is why the Panthers felt confident enough in using a first-round pick on him during the draft.

After a decent rookie campaign, Moore took his game to new levels last season with the Panthers after catching 87 passes for 1,175 yards to go along with four touchdowns.

With Anderson joining the offense, Carolina’s offense is looking stronger than ever entering the 2020 season, but also it never hurts to explore potential trade options for players like Moore.

Even if the Eagles were ever in position to make this trade happen, and would have to give up a high draft pick, Moore would clearly be worth the risk to provide Carson Wentz with another young weapon.