Ok, want to expand here. Heavily siding on the Kelce side after thinking about it. You’re probably going to keep CMC and Kelce if you trade for him. Barring injury, that’s going to be better than any of your other players unless Higgins (Bengals bad vibes) or Trey Sermon have huge breakouts. Maybe some other player does as well, but they probably do not have the positional advantage as Kelce. Next year keeper - one check in favor of the Kelce trade.
Next is what you’re getting this year. Just going by ballers point projection (for simplicity), going from Jarwin to Kelce nets you +165 points. Maybe it’s less than that since you’ll be streaming TE, but you lose some value there as you’re managing waivers and potentially stashing multiple TEs.
Tee Higgins going down to your next starter Antonio Brown (-8 points) and your flex going from Brown to Mooney/Sermon/Marvin Jones is bigger (-16 points). Mike Davis is projected to have almost the same production as James Robinson.
So you’re going to have way more upside (you’re going for the Championship) and you lose two depth pieces. The depth piece is important, but I think having TE locked every week, you’ll have a lot more roster spots open to find pieces at WR/RB. Just be aggressive in the early weeks of waivers. Focus should be on RBs.
You can drop Ollison now and try to find another potential RB.