By most accounts, a decision on the NFL's request for a stay should come by Thursday (how the NFL can say with a straight face they want football in 2011 is beyond me, but that's neither here nor there).
If the lockout is lifted, free agency and the ability to trade players should be reinstated relatively quickly, and once it does a flurry of transactions could be made.
Two quarterbacks headline the group of players who have been rumored to be on the trading block: Kevin Kolb and Carson Palmer.
I'll aggregate news from around the web, sifting through rumors on Kolb, Palmer and other big names who could get dealt as soon as next week.
Check back regularly for updates.