Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the NFL teams are monitoring Buccaneers RB Ronald Jones and Colts RB Marlon Mack as potential trade candidates leading up to this year’s deadline.

Regarding Jones, Pelissero explains that Leonard Fournette has been the Bucs’ starter and Giovani Bernard has been their passing down back, which has left Jones with a reduced role. The issue for Tampa Bay is that Jones is a solid backup and a decent insurance option should Fournette get hurt.

The same can be said of Mack, who is behind Jonathan Taylor right now. Mack previously requested a trade and the Colts are reportedly willing to work with him to find a new team. Although, Pelissero says the Colts have no plans to give Mack away to another team.

According to Jeremy Fowler, the Kansas City Chiefs have looked into the possibility of trading for Mack.