Now before I get bashed for even posting this on here, please note that I know its highly unrealistic because I don't feel we have the stuff to trade him, and I don't even think we run the type of defense he prefers. BUT... We do have defensive tackles to spare but other than that we don't really have much to offer in a trade. But how the hell does Washington think they can get a lot out of him, when they prove they can win without him? Put him in the damn game, play him. I feel sorry for the guy, he wants to play and he has a problem that a lot of players don't have that he has to deal with. But he wants to play, and you can tell. Just watch the game against The Cowboys. I mean think about... James Hall(Should be Selvie) ,Fred Robbins, Albert Haynesworth, Chris Long would be a hell of a defensive line..
Randy Moss..... Yeah I'm sure I'll get bashed for this one.. BUT, I'm just throwing this out there. I don't think anyone has ever thought of him as a St. Louis Ram. But I keep hearing he wants to play, he's a veteran, and he clearly doesn't believe he'll be a Patriot next year. Now I doubt we have enough to trade for him, but I think it'd be a neat addition for Sam Bradford in his second year. But I wouldn't be sad if we didn't go for this one, but hey it doesn't hurt to mention something about it. If he does end up a St. Louis Ram I'll laugh. Hell I played Madden before James Laurinaitis was even in the pros and I was so high on him, that I drafted him everytime I had a chance in my Import Draft Class from NCAA Football. And a few years later he actually was drafted by the Rams. So thats why I'd laugh if Randy Moss ended up a St. Louis Ram next year.
Trade possibilities: James Hall, James Butler, Fred Onobun, Daniel Fells, a cornerback from our team. We still have Marquis Johnson on the practice squad. Who played for Alabama, why isn't he on our normal roster? lol
(I doubt any of this would happen, but just a random thought I felt I could share with everyone.)