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Would a Leonard Fournette trade make sense for the Bucs?

Bleacher Report's Kristopher Knox suggests a deal with the Bucs and Jaguars that would bring the former No. 4 overall pick to Tampa Bay.

Think the Bucs need a change at running back but you're less than enthusiastic about Albert Breer's prediction that Le'Veon Bell will wind up in Tampa Bay?

Does Leonard Fournette do anything for you?

Bleacher Report's Kristopher Knox suggests a trade between the Bucs and Jaguars that would bring the former No. 4 overall pick to Tampa Bay in exchange for a high third-round pick.

The transaction is among five"realistic trades that make sense for all parties involved" proposed by Knox. He takes into consideration both positions of need and salary-cap constraints.

"Adding (Fournette) to the group of (Ronald) Jones and Peyton Barber would at least give the Buccaneers a functional rushing attack," Knox writes. "If Fournette reaches his full potential in Tampa, that would be a bonus."

Paced by Barber (54.4 yards per game), the Bucs had the fourth-fewest rushing yards per game (95.2) this season.
But is Fournette really an upgrade?
After rushing for more than 1,000 yards as a rookie, the former LSU back slipped to just 439 this season. His 3.3 yards per carry were fewer than Barber (3.7).
Plus, injuries and a one-game suspension for punching the Bills’ Shaq Lawson limited Fournette to eight games. Late last month, the Jaguars voided the remaining guarantees from Fournette’s rookie contract, according to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Knox  suggests one other trade involving the Bucs.

He would send disgruntled wide receiver DeSean Jackson to the Bills for one of Buffalo's two fourth-round picks.

Jackson would be reunited with former Eagles teammate LeSean McCoy, and the Bucs would "at least get something in return for a player who no longer wants to be there."

What do you think of the proposed trades?