I think there might still be a 2020 season, but probably without fans in the stadium.
Here's my prediction. By the fall, there will be quick diagnostic tests available using saliva. Easy peasy. The players and coaches will be tested daily and asked to maintain social distancing when not at practice or games, and any positives are removed from the rosters for the number of weeks necessary, maybe 4.
Since the country will still be practicing social distancing and finally doing the mass testing (which should have started last month - no excuse for that), the new infection rates will be much lower, and that will help a lot.
The owners and players will lose stadium revenue, but still get TV revenue, which is substantial. That's better than no revenue. The last thing the owners will want to do is have no season, and that will be a driver to make something like this happen.
By this time next year, we'll have a vaccine, and 2021 will be back to normal.
I don't think it is feasible to trade up and build around Rivers. Our 2nd round picks and 3r rounder can b uses to draft at least 1 te and a wr. We have to find TYs replacement. He is in a contract year and I am not signing him to an extension based on his last couple of years of production