FlyingGreg wrote:Who wants to take on his salary and give up a good linemen? Nobody.
I think this is the key. Teams aren't that willing to part with quality OL talent.
That said, this is a draft where you could attempt to replace Graham. It would obviously be a step backward some. But you could bridge that loss in production with a draft pick.
Similarly, if you wanted to move a DB for an OL, you could go that route too. Teams are hungry for secondary talent. And this draft has a lot of it.
Seattle could also move a LB if they wanted. Not bad for LB quality in this draft in the 2nd/3rd round range.
If you're looking at alternative avenues to swap out areas of strength on our roster, for areas of weakness -- then those three positions would have talent that the team could acquire to minimize the loss.