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|A player could request a trade away from an NHL team for any number of reasons. Sometimes one might have a falling out with a teammate that proves irreconcilable Authentic Marshall Newhouse Jersey , and he鈥檒l request a trade because of that. Or, perhaps a player is approaching the twilight of his career and the club he鈥檚 signed with shows no indication of immediate improvement; that player would ask for a trade simply for a legitimate shot at a Stanley Cup. Sometimes it鈥檚 just a change of scenery the player is after, so he (quietly) asks his general manager to accommodate his desire for a fresh start.
There always seem to be a few of these cases every season that go public, the most recent being the Matt Duchene debacle in Colorado. That鈥檚 of course one of the only trade requests of late to end up in the newspapers, but there were surely a handful more that went unreported.
Today鈥檚 list takes a look at 15 players who are currently under contract but may request a trade from their current homes this summer. There is no way for me to know what鈥檚 going on inside these dressing rooms Nikita Kucherov Jersey , nor the respective heads of the players I鈥檝e put on the list. However, I make a pretty compelling argument for each of the entries here today, so I wouldn鈥檛 be surprised if a few of these predictions came to fruition this summer. Enjoy.
The Los Angeles Chargers have exercised their fifth-year contract option for 2019 on running back Melvin Gordon. The Bolts announced the long-expected move Wednesday.
Gordon is a workhorse ball-carrier for the Chargers, who had one of the NFL's most productive attacks last season.
Gordon finished fifth in the NFL with 1,581 yards from scrimmage during the Chargers' relocation season Youth Barkevious Mingo Jersey , while his 1,105 yards rushing were seventh in the league.
The Wisconsin product was the 15th overall pick in the 2015 draft.
The Chargers chose prolific Northwestern running back Justin Jackson in the seventh round last week to provide depth behind Gordon and Austin Ekeler, who emerged as a surprisingly effective backup last season after signing as an undrafted free agent.