NFL trade speculation doesn't garner the same attention as the NFL draft, but the thought of Maurice Jones-Drew or Branden Albert being dealt is enticing. And it's entirely possible.
Most trades happen before the draft because immediate picks are valuable. But those deals don't always go down because general managers are convinced that they can receive better value elsewhere.
So what happens to those players now? Do you think the front office won't entertain 2014 picks or someone else's problem child? While the peak of trade season has passed, here are some players who could still be moved before the season starts.