FOX Sports, citing a source, reported the Rockies are in "ongoing trade talks" with the Orioles and Tigers involving Colorado's outfielders. However, no deals appear imminent. It's also unclear which player the Tigers are targeting. Gonzalez, owed $37 million over the next two years, has been linked to the O's before.
The Angels are another potential trade fit, though they have not had "substantive trade conversations" with the Rockies, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Blackmon, who filed for salary arbitration Tuesday, is under club control for three years, while Dickerson is a year from arbitration and under club control for four years.
Rays active in trade market
The Rays are actively involved in multiple trade conversations regarding both starting pitchers and relievers, according to Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports, though no specific players were named.
The Rays are said to be looking for offense in return and appear to line up with the Cubs and Rockies, among others, per Rosenthal.
During last month's Winter Meetings, there were rumors of trade talks between the Rays and Cubs, with infielder Javier Baez a potential target for Tampa Bay. The Rockies meanwhile, are said to be shopping multiple outfielders.