3. John Jenkins, DE, Dolphins
Playing on the worst team in the NFL, John Jenkins could be a player the Houston Texans could obtain via trade, as the two teams have already made a trade earlier this season that made all the headlines.
This time the trade is not as huge as the Laremy Tunsil, but one that would make the defensive line better for the Texans for the rest of the season. Jenkins is in his seventh season, and though he only played one full season and made no starts in his career, if the Texans are just wanting to add depth for a player he could fill this role. Who knows? A change of scenery could improve his numbers.
Jenkins’ numbers don’t leap off the stat sheet as he’s totaled 13 tackles with one sack in 2019, and for his entire career he has only 2.5 sacks. Again, adding Jenkins won’t set the NFL world on fire, but he could make the depth chart a little more full with the rest of the defense ends being Carlos Watkins, Angelo Blackson and Charles Omenihu. The Texans might also be able to place Barkevious Mingo as a pass rusher too at times, but he’s rarely used by the team since being traded for.