Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph is a name that multiple NFL teams have reportedly asked about ahead of the trade deadline on Nov. 3, according to Albert Breer of the MMQB. Minnesota has already moved defensive end Yannick Ngakoue to Baltimore, an indication that the organization could be open for making other shrewd moves that look beyond 2020. Rudolph's role in the passing game has diminished from where it has been over the past decade, as he's compiled just 14 targets (10 receptions) over his first six games this year. With essentially little season-long value currently attached, Rudolph could benefit from a change of scenery in an offense that would be hoping to highlight his red-zone abilities. Stay tuned to see if Rudolph changes uniforms as the deadline approaches.