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Melvin Gordon Trading Rumors: Chargers reportedly talking to one NFL team and seeking first-round pick



It's only been two days since he negotiated a contract extension with Los Angeles Gordons in Los Angeles but according to multiple reports, they've already started commercials starring

At least one team had "preliminary communication" with the Chargers in an attempt to "check" potential trade for two-time Pro Bowler, Josh Anderson of ESPN said on Tuesday. ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio suggested that LA inform at least one team – perhaps the same one – that he was looking for a first and fifth round pick in return for Gordon.

Unlike Dallas Cowboys, who has turned back Ezekiel Elliott, who is apparently ready to make big money out of his own property deal, Gordon doesn't seem to have a chance to sign a long-term deal with the Chargers in 2019. as coach Anthony Lynn recently told reporters that he talked about Gordon's contract and general manager Tom Telesco announced that the team would not renegotiate its current deal until the end of the season. And since Gordon gives no indication that he intends to return to the club after skipping the entire training camp and preseason, it looks like Los Angeles has started hammering the former first round – something Gordon himself said he would ask if he didn't for a new contract in July.

As Florio noted, Chargers' initial asking price was "not exactly the kind of price tag … conducive to a deal," especially since any team that acquires Gordon is likely to be on the hook for more than 10 million dollars per season, which the returner looks for in his next contract. But recent reports suggest that Los Angeles actually wants to part with Gordon just four years after drafting it No. 15 in the 2015 NFL Draft


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