The beauty of the NFL is that it is structured in a way where every team has the chance to compete financially regardless of their market or the popularity of their team.
This creates a tremendous amount of parity in the league and, as we saw with the San Francisco 49ers this year, allows one team to go from the bottom of the league to the top very quickly. It is one of the many reasons why the NFL is currently the most popular sport in America.
However, it does limit the moves teams can make.
This means that sometimes there are moves that make sense based on need or make sense for the player, but they cannot happen due to financial restraints on either side of the deal.
So, what if you took away all the restraints?
What if you could trade anyone anywhere? What moves would be made?
Here are six trades that will never happen, but should.