**********Here is one of the top scenarios for the future of Keenan Allen, from Northern Guilford High School, and currently the top receiver with the LA Chargers….**********
Chargers receiver Keenan Allen
Pittsburgh fans remember Allen well. During the Chargers’ come-from-behind win over the Steelers in Week 13 of the 2018 season, Allen caught 14 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown. Allen’s performance was among the main reasons why the Steelers ended up missing the playoffs for the first time since 2013.
If Los Angeles falls on the road in Chicago Sunday to drop to 2-6 on the season, it’s likely that the Chargers’ brass may look to deal Allen in return for a high draft pick. While unlikely, the Steelers may be tempted to give up a future second round pick in exchange for Allen, who would provide Pittsburgh with another No. 1 wideout to complement Smith-Schuster. Again, this is unlikely, but it shouldn’t entirely be ruled off the table until the trade deadline is passed.
from Metro.USSports and they say maybe Keenan Allen to the Steelers, the Philadelphia Eagles, or the New England Patriots…
Keep an eye on the Chargers as a team that could be sellers early next week ahead of the Tuesday afternoon NFL trade deadline.
If Los Angeles drops its road game against the Titans this Sunday (a very real possibility given the way the Chargers offense looks), general manager Tom Telesco could look at moving on from some of his higher priced talent. A loss against Tennessee would drop the Chargers to 2-5 on the season, and they have a brutal schedule coming up.
It’s no secret that Melvin Gordon is spending his last season with the Chargers, but he could be joined on the road out of town by star receiver Keenan Allen. Allen voiced his displeasure with the direction of the Chargers’ franchise this past Monday following a brutal loss at home to the Steelers.
Allen makes $10 million a year, but he is only signed through next season – which makes him even more valuable to teams shopping for a top notch receiver at the deadline (which there are plenty).