It's a weird off-season in the NFL. And yes, that's an understatement.
There's no salary cap right now. There's been no free agency. And that's the least of the NFL's problems.
With no collective bargaining agreement, uncertainty is the order of the day.
That said, just as surely as the sun rises and sets, there will be trades when the labor dispute ends (assuming it ends). And all 32 teams could be involved one way or another.
Keep in mind that trade speculation in NFL can be the most shoddy speculation in any major American sport. Football trades are more rare than deals in other sports most of the time.
Yet rumors abound. And there are hints to some possible trades, so lets have a look.