Christian McCaffrey could have a new home soon.
With the Nov. 1 trade deadline approaching, the Carolina Panthers are “listening” to offers for the veteran back following the firing of head coach Matt Rhule, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Schefter says the Panthers have already “rebuffed” at least two teams who inquired about McCaffrey last week and “will continue to reject overtures they don’t consider significant offers.”
CBS Sports insider Jonathan Jones reported that the Broncos, 49ers, Rams and Bills are among the teams that have reached out to Carolina for McCaffrey’s services:
McCaffrey is not the only player the Panthers have expressed interest in trading. The team is also open to moving wide receiver Robbie Anderson but at the same time appear unwilling to trade defensive stars Derrick Brown and Brian Burns despite interested around the league: