3. CB Chris Harris
Very rarely do we include two players from the same team in these lists but there is another cheap potential trade target that would fit into the New Orleans Saints system on the team. It just so happens that they play for the same team.
The logic here is exactly the same with Sanders and again, the Broncos would be foolish to not trade Harris at all this season. He is in the last year of his contract, and more importantly, is 30 years old: I doubt that the Broncos would re-sign him anyway.
Harris would be a welcomed addition to the secondary that would turn a good secondary into a great one. As great as Marshon Lattimore has been the last two weeks he has been inconsistent and Eli Apple had been a letdown, to say the least.
Harris does not fix any problems, per se, but the Saints do not really even have any problems with this secondary, to begin with. The Saints could win the Super Bowl with their current secondary, but that does not mean the team should not add Harris if the chance presents itself.
The price for Harris, who is still a productive player, should max out at a third-round pick. I could see the Saints getting him for a fourth-round pick if there is no market. But with any potential competition, the price is a third-round pick, which still is not all that bad.