While all three defensemen are still available, multiple sources have told TFP the Flyers have also made forward Brayden Schenn, Luke's brother, available.
Brayden Schenn was taken off of the team's top line earlier this week after a short stint and the team is believed to be shopping the 23-year-old, as GM Ron Hextall would like to add a top-six forward to play alongside Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek.
Citing a league source, TFP Senior Writer Dennis Bernstein first reported Brayden Schenn's availability during Saturday afternoon's TFP LIVE show on NHL Network Radio on SiriusXM.
The Flyers are off to a disappointing start to the season, despite Saturday night's 6-5 overtime win over the Dallas Stars.
Hextall has been exploring the market for a top-six forward, but would also like to strengthen his defensive corps, though he would likely replace Brayden Schenn if he were shipped out.
The Flyers acquired Brayden Schenn, along with Wayne Simmonds and a 2012 second-round draft pick on June 23, 2011 from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Mike Richards and the rights to Rob Bordson.
Drafted fifth-overall by the Kings in 2009, Brayden Schenn has collected 41 goals and 49 assists for 90 points in 197 games, to date, with the Kings and Flyers.