Chances of San Francisco 49ers WR Brandon Aiyuk being traded amidst rumors

Brandon Aiyuk Trade Rumors: Odds For 49ers WR To Be Moved
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As the NFL Draft has concluded and training camp approaches, rumors are circulating about possible player trades before the start of the NFL regular season in Arizona sports betting.

Brandon Aiyuk, a former first-round pick of the San Francisco 49ers and standout player from ASU Sun Devils, is a potential trade candidate in the Bay Area. Despite a strong season, Aiyuk is entering the final year of his rookie contract in 2024.

The contract states that Aiyuk is set to earn $14.1 million in the 2024-25 season, which will also impact the Niners’ salary cap by the same amount. This could lead GM John Lynch to consider trading the fifth-year pro hailing from Reno, Nevada.

That said, yengols.com has established speculative odds for the NFL team Aiyuk may join in 2024.

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Brandon Aiyuk Trade Odds

Team

Odds

Percent Chance

Pittsburgh Steelers

+1250

7.4%

Washington Commanders

+1250

7.4%

New England Patriots

+3000

3.2%

Denver Broncos

+3000

3.2%

Buffalo Bills

+4000

2.4%

Los Angeles Chargers

+4000

2.4%

Remain with the 49ers on the field.

-325

76.5%

Arizona betting apps do not provide odds.

Possible Landing Spots for Aiyuk

Aiyuk is not expected to come back to the Valley, but there are a few NFL teams, such as the Pittsburgh Steelers and Washington Commanders, that could potentially trade for him next year, with both teams having odds of +1250.

The Steelers are looking to strengthen their offensive lineup by adding players to support newly acquired QB Russell Wilson, while the Commanders may give rookie QB Jayden Daniels another important weapon to work with.

The New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, and Los Angeles Chargers are all tied at +3000 and +4000 odds in the race to acquire Aiyuk. The likelihood of him remaining with the San Francisco 49ers or being traded to a different team is currently at -325.

An NFL team is likely to sign a receiver who has reached 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons. Aiyuk had a standout year with the NFC champions, earning All-Pro honors and recording a career-best 15 Approximate Value (AV) in 16 games. He is now focused on continuing his success in the upcoming season.

While it is unlikely that Aiyuk will end up in Arizona, you can keep track of the Cardinals’ playoff chances on yengols.com as the season progresses.

Kyle Terada took the photo for USA Today.

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Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has spent the past seven years reporting on sports and sports betting in Arizona, holding positions at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. He is now the lead writer at yengols.com.

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