NFL Trade News: Bills and Bolts To Swing a Deal?

Jeremy Juhasz@Jeremy_JuhaszContributor IFebruary 17, 2010

SAN DIEGO - JANUARY 17:  Cornerback Antonio Cromartie #31 of the San Diego Chargers reacts to a play during the AFC Divisional Playoff Game against the New York Jets at Qualcomm Stadium on January 17, 2010 in San Diego, California.  (Photo by Robert Laberge/Getty Images)
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Kyle Williams' article touched on this with his post "2010 NFL Offseason: Chargers Eyeing Lynch," but new details emerged via Chris Mortensen regarding the Charges wishes to find a new RB to replace LT.

Per Mortensen and other various reports, the Chargers are shopping Antonio Cromartie to acquire a new staple back.

I think a trade involving Cromartie for Lynch makes a lot of sense for both teams.

The Bills new GM Buddy Nix was in San Diego and a heavy recruiter of Cromartie. It was, as I understand, Nix's wish to draft him in 2006.

Second, Lynch, as I've stated before, has been a headache for the WNY community. It's time for him to go.

"Beast Mode" is also a resident of CA, granted Oakland. Wouldn't he be thrilled to head back to sunny beaches?

Cromartie too is a terrific cover guy, who's played in a 3-4 system, something the Bills are implementing this season. He'd be a perfect compliment to McKelvin and McGee.

All as I'm saying is that the connections are there, and I want to speculate.   

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