There has been a lot of speculation about teams that would like to make big trades to improve their franchise.
Donovan McNabb, Michael Vick, Brandon Marshall, and Clinton Portis have all been rumored in possible trades this off-season.
I will be listing some trades that could very well end up happening before the draft in April.
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Tony Scheffler has publicly stated that he would like to be traded out of Denver as soon as possible.
Scheffler may very well get his wish soon.
Cincinnati is a team that will be looking to improve their offense over the next few months.
Adding a great receiving tight end like Scheffler is exactly what they need.
Denver will be looking to add a few draft picks, so they will like an early pick in return for Tony.
Third round pick
St. Louis is a team that will be looking for a new quarterback in 2010.
Why not Michael Vick?
Certainly Vick is better than Marc Bulger or Kyle Boller. He could actually make an impact on a struggling franchise.
Vick didn't get many opportunities to display his skills last season, but he still can make an impact on a franchise.
The Rams are a run first team, so adding Michael Vick will only make their running game better.
fifth round pick
St. Louis receives:
Glenn Dorsey seemed like a great pick for the Chiefs back in 2008, but he has not impressed the organization since then.
With only 2 sacks in 2 years, Kansas City is likely going to shop around Dorsey for whatever they can get.
Cleveland is a team that could use a solid defensive end that can play in the 3-4, like Kansas City runs.
The Browns have two third round picks, so they'll try to trade one of them for a player like Dorsey.
It might seem like an unlikely deal, but both sides would be smart to make the deal.
Kansas City receives:
Third round pick
Fifth round pick in 2011
The Baltimore Ravens will be a team that will look to acquire a big name wide receiver in the off-season.
Anquan Boldin's name has been swirled around in trade rumors for the last two years.
Arizona would be getting rid of a locker room nuisance, while the Ravens get the receiver they will need in order to succeed through the air for years to come.
This trade could wind up being the most likely to happen over the next couple months.
Second round pick
QB Troy Smith
New Orleans, as we all know, won the Super Bowl this past season. Surprisingly, they did it without having one of their best offensive players playing.
Jammal Brown missed all of the 2009 season with a devastating injury.
With Jermon Bushrod having an excellent season, Jammal Brown isn't essential to keep on the roster.
Brown is a restricted free agent, but the Saints can still trade him for a pretty high draft picks.
The 49ers are a team that is in need for an offensive tackle to help improve their run and pass game.
Second round pick
Josh Cribbs has been wanting out of Cleveland for quite a long time now.
Will Cleveland ever grant him the trade he so desperately wants?
It's clear that the Browns aren't willing to pay him the money he absolutely deserves.
Why wouldn't you dish out money to the best kick returner in the NFL?
Carolina ranked 2nd to last in kick return average with 19.9 yards per return.
This trade would make sense for both teams to make.
TE- Dante Rosario
Seventh round pick in 2010
Third round pick in 2011
Fifth Round pick in 2010
Tashard Choice has stated that while he loves being Dallas, getting more carries is something he desires.
With Marion Barber and Felix Jones in front of him, Choice will have limited opportunities to run the ball.
New England will be a team in the market for a running back that can be the future of the team.
Tashard Choice has incredible potential, but he hasn't gotten too many chances to display his skills.
With three second round picks, New England will look to dish one for Choice.
New England's second round pick
New England receives:
Miami is another team that will be in the market for a receiver that can put up 1,000 yards in a season.
Does Anthony Gonzalez seem like somebody that can be a star receiver?
Perhaps not right now. But if it hadn't been for a season long injury, Anthony would have had a great year with Manning throwing him the ball.
With Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie having impressive years, the Colts will try to trade Gonzo for a high pick.
Hopefully Gonzalez can have a spectacular as the No. 1 receiver with the Dolphins.
Third round pick
Miami's sixth round picks (from Kansas City and Washington)
WR Anthony Gonzalez
Indianapolis' fifth round pick
Osi Umenyiora has stated that if he is not a starter on the Giants defensive line next year he will quit football.
Yeah, right. What a whiner.
New York has Justin Tuck and Mathias Kiwanuka, two very capable defensive ends that can start in 2011.
Tennessee's defensive ends, Jevon Kearse and Kyle Vanden Bosch, are nearing the end of their careers.
The Titans need to improve their defense line. What better way to do it than trading for one of the best defensive ends in the league?
New York receives:
2010 fifth round pick
2011 second round pick
NOTE: I do NOT think Brandon Marshall will be traded.
If Brandon were to get traded, Seattle is a team that could very well make a strong push to get him.
With their two first round picks, the Seahawks can trade one of them to acquire one of the best receivers in the NFL today.
Marshall has had his ups and downs with the Broncos organization, but as of late things have taken a positive turn.
Seattle's offense could use some help. They were one of the worst teams at putting up points on the board last year.
Seattle's first round pick (acquired from Denver)
Fifth round pick
WR- Deion Branch