Veteran NFL Tight End Adam Trautman’s shocking trade
Recently a shocking trade has been seen in the NFL world. The trade was very different from the normal trade.
This trade was not because they needed to trade or they don’t want him anymore. But it was a kind of respect to a request.
The NFL world is stunned and reacting a lot to the news.
Fourth-year tight end Adam Trautman was recently traded from the New Orlean Saints to the Denver Broncos as of a request. It seems the veteran NFL tight end got what he exactly wanted.
As per the reports, Trautman himself asked for the trade to the New Orlean and the saints in reply gave his thoughts a respect. They made a trade the Denver and made it successful.
The Denver sent a sixth-round pick to the Saints in exchange for Trautman and a seventh-round pick. It is hard for players to leave home or friends but it’s not the case for Adam Trautman.
Trautman, now the former Saints player tight end is happy with the trade and where he is.
He will now join the Denver squad and will be reunited with coach Sean Payton there. Trautman played three seasons for the New Orlean Saints from 2020–2022, his first two seasons with the Saints were with Denver current head coach Sean Payton. So he will look forward to it.
“Oh yeah, absolutely,’’ “I was actually hoping to get moved. This was initiated by me personally. I’ve been waiting for a little bit for something to materialize and it just happened to be the Broncos, obviously,” Trautman said in an interview with Mike Klis of 9news.com.
“I feel like I was placed somewhat in a box,’’ “They put a limit on what I could contribute and I felt like I could contribute a lot more. I was primarily used as a blocker. I thought I could do more and I didn’t want to get to the end of my career and think I could have done it, caught the ball a little more, Adam Trautman further said in the interview.
“Whatever the case was, the team I was playing for just didn’t let me do it. I want a chance to prove I can do it because I believe I can and I have in the past,’’ he added.
He has 60 career catches for 641 yards and four touchdowns. The year 2021 became his best season when he had 27 catches for 253 yards and two scores.
Many fans and supporters are commenting and reacting to it. Even Dayton football wished him good luck. “Good luck to Adam!!” they wrote on Twitter.
Adam Trautman, a 2020 NFL Draft pick, caught 18 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown last year.