Before I get started, I want to say that I am opposed to bringing in Vincent Jackson. He's not worth the picks or money (although he is talented) and is another problem waiting to happen. However, I have an idea on how to vastly improve our WR position without having to wait on rookies. As we all know, Tom is no spring chicken. He's 33 years old and the window for another SB is pretty much the length of his deal (4-5yrs). Now, while I wouldn't have a problem drafting a rookie WR in 2011, I don't know if it would ultimately help us get to that 4th SB ring any faster. That being said, my proposed idea would involve us trading for Larry Fitzgerald. Now before you guys start shaking your heads or laughing, hear me out. Aside from the obvious reasons for acquiring Larry (young, great receiver), he is the ultimate professional. Everytime I hear him speak, I always think he'd be the ULTIMATE model of the Patriot way. As for why we could get him, it's simple: The Cardinals are cheap. Don't let the media fool you. They try to paint the Bidwells (the owners) as frugle or wise with their money. They're not. They're the type of person that would rather steal free samples than pay for a nice dinner when they have $100 in their pocket. For God's sake, when Larry was a FA in 2008, the Cardinals were hesitant to pay him. Hesitant to pay a classy, Pro-Bowl WR...unbelievable. Hell, they almost let Kurt Warner go to the 49ers after the SB before they ultimately paid him. Need I say more? As much as we bash the Krafts and Bill for their spending ways, they're not THIS bad. Anyway, I feel that a trade for Fitzgerald would line up perfectly with our mission to win at least one more SB and would keep our offense potent without the drama (i.e Moss). Now mind you, this trade would be done during the offseason before the draft (since Fitzgerald is a FA after next season). I would trade our original 1st, original 2nd, original 3rd, and a 2012 4th for him and sign him to a 5yr extension (which would make him 32/33 when his deal expires). Pros: Young Proven Receiver Professional on and off the field Doesn't get emotional when he doesn't get the ball Cons: Rather hefty draft pick package to get him What say you? **Note: On the trade package, if it's a little high, please say so. I'd rather propose too much than too little for a receiver of Fitzgerald's caliber. Also, if anyone else has any ideas for trade compensation, feel free to post them.