All this is assuming you are not a contender in your league. The guys you would be moving could be really helpful if you are making a push. But if you do not think your team measures up, I have a few ideas ideas, depending on comfort levels. Or neither, of course
Looking at your RB core, I can see a few different options. I’d feel more comfortable moving them since their usability is typically less. If you are not contending you are burning their value (both team and trade) by rostering them while you are not competitive. If that makes sense.
First - deal with not being good and ship them all for picks, focused on the 2023 class or top 6 2022. I like 2023 as it’s further out and most people do not care as much, so you can typically land extra on top. That’s extreme and it’ll mean you would have two season of sucking, but hitting those picks hard could really help come 2023. I’m not sure I’d do that with your squad, but it’s the nuclear option.
Second - I’d move EITHER of these next two. This is trying to help while still staying competitive. It should help you now and give you some extra ammo in upcoming drafts to better help take your team into contention.
With what you have, I agree on Zeke being a bit out of favor. That said, I still think he is really good. I’d look at moving him for someone like M Davis / Gaskin / Carson plus a pick. Go for a 2022/2023 1st, you never know, or maybe a couple 2nds. That gets you a stop gap player who should still put up numbers for you plus future lottery tickets.
This will not be overly popular, but I’d look to move JK. I think he is valued near his ceiling right now. I do not think BAL will be a team that allows him to move much higher given they do not target the RB. Yes, anything can happen and offenses can change. But you will always have Lamar there to vulture carries and TDs. It means aside from ALSO sharing the backfield with a vastly underrated Gus Bus, JK will have to always be ultra-efficient with every chance. Maybe he can do that, but I’d bet against it long term. Throw in that they seem to be making a legit push to amp up the passing game and JK looks harder and harder to hit his full potential. Again, yes, it could happen and he’ll be awesome.
I’d look to move JK for a bigger package at RB. I would bet you could get Jacobs / Ekeler plus for JK. I’d take both of them. You might even get CEH plus. The plus might not be a first as these players are higher caliber, but you might get a couple 2nds or even a 2nd & 3rd. I know 3rds do not seem like much, but they are great throw ins to jump up in a draft or even flip for a future 2nd during the draft.
I know neither of those moves help out your WR core. Sometimes folks have easier times looking at same positions to see who is better. Cross position is more tough. However, if you wanted to get WR and just be thin at RB which I do not mind but it freaks out many owners, here are targets I’d look for.
Zeke deal: Lockett / Landry / John Brown / Cooks / Julio. The nice thing is you might get two of them plus some 2nds. Always try for the 1st and drop back a year if they say no initially. These players might not have a long a career, but they could post numbers to help.
JK deal: K Allen / JJSS / Sutton / Lockett. As above you should be able to stack these with 2 players and lesser picks or 1 player and a couple picks. Allen might be tougher to stack multiple picks with, but if you got Allen + Landry (or someone similar) you might also squeeze a 2023 2nd.
I think all those WR are not priced fairly and could be taken for a cheap offer.
Third - Hedge a bit and do one of them for picks only and the other for player(s) and picks. This lowers your chances of scoring well, which should give you the benefit of a better pick in 2022, while giving you a roster base to build on plus extra ammo to stack more players in the draft.
Given you are in a 14 team, I like option 2 best. With that many teams it’s hard to know where picks will be with enough confidence and the extra 2 picks in the pool really matter. Since this is a 14 team it might be harder to find the roster to trade with. Keep in mind you can do things in pieces. You could Zeke for Landry and a first, then flip the first for Lockett and a 2023 2nd…these are just examples.
Lastly with the 14 team, unless you know a team will be bottom 6, I’d go exclusively for 2023 picks. They should be easier to acquire and that class looks to be deep. Almost any pick should be pretty good through the 2nd round. 2022 appears to have really strong top end, then falls flat pretty quickly. Though the QB class is looking interesting. Not sure you need one but it is worth considering early 2022 2nds to grab a QB.
Ultimately it is important to go a bit cautiously and not just deal to deal. 14 team leagues are tough to win but the rosters look typically much worse than a 12 team. It’s rare for a team to be just stacked, and most squads are scrambling for depth players that do not make you gag. I do think you can get further with solid depth than just top end talent. Just my two cents, but I hope something in here helps!