From Larry R in Combined Locks, WI
Clearly we have too many quality receivers and tight ends masquerading as receivers. Either we cut people that will quickly start for some other team or we can trade someone with recognized skills. Jennings and Driver are probably un-tradable (for different reasons). James Jones just tested the market and didn’t really get any takers. The only other players that might have some trade value would be Jordy Nelson. Of the Tight Ends, we might get something for Quarless or Crabtree simply because they were players in the Superbowl.
What could we get for:
Crabtree – Probably no better than a fourth rounder….maybe an upgrade based on performance
Quarless – Probably no better than a fifth rounder. Blocking tight ends just don’t get any respect.
Nelson – Third rounder with an upgrade to a second rounder based on performance this season.
Could we trade all three without damaging our Superbowl chances? Based on the rookies and free agent performances, we probably could.