NFL trades will certainly be part of the offseason due to the financial uncertainties brought on by COVID-19. Heck, we already saw a blockbuster that included the Los Angeles Rams acquiring Matthew Stafford for a package including Jared Goff.

While a lot of the focus has been on potential blockbuster NFL trades moving forward, there’s some underrated moves teams can make to shape the next several months.

From a couple former first-round picks at quarterback to a Super Bowl signal caller, there’s some underrated NFL trades that could happen in the next few months. Below, we look at five of them.

Carolina Panthers trade Teddy Bridgewater to the Indianapolis Colts

We already know that the Colts are in the market for a quarterback after the retirement of Philip Rivers. They missed out on the above-mentioned Matthew Stafford and are an unlikely destination for Deshaun Watson from the division-rival Houston Texans.

This leaves an otherwise good Colts team in a bind. They have been linked to Sam Darnold and Jimmy Garoppolo in trades. While both could work, getting someone like Teddy Bridgewater on the cheap could make more sense. Sure he’s slated to count $26 million against the cap in 2021. However, the Colts would only be on the hook for about $17 million of that.

Bridgewater would also likely come cheap in a trade assuming Carolina finds a quarterback in the 2021 NFL Draft. The former first-round pick put up 20 total touchdowns against 11 interceptions in his first full season as a starter since 2015. Indy could also bring in some veteran training camp competition.

Baltimore Ravens trade Orlando Brown to the Minnesota Vikings

In terms of potential NFL trades this offseason, it’s looking more and more like Brown will be moved. He’s not happy being relegated to right tackle duties in Baltimore and wants to play the blindside moving forward. This is a hard stance to argue against given that the 24-year-old Brown is coming off consecutive Pro Bowl seasons.