I was wondering this the other day, and as always came to the learned members of HH for an answer (even the 'poster formerly known as RVA Parks'!!!) :)
With more and more teams moving to a 3-4, you would think a proven NT like Rogers would have had some value for Cleveland 'trade wise' even if they had decided to part ways with him. So the question is, if Cleveland decided they could not flip Shaun Rogers for even a late round pick, when he fits the D-Line requirements of an NFL moving more and more to a 3-4 then what hope do we have to get any value at all for Big Al??
I fear the market has been set, and that Cleveland has just announced to the NFL world, that surly, off-field issue magnet D Lineman have no trade value. Which means with Haynesworth, we either cut the ties now, or Shanahan makes nice, cos hopes of a 2nd or 4th Rd pick for him seem to quickly be fading.
Mind you with the Lockout looming maybe none of this will matter anyways!