I know a lot of the pundits keep saying things like, "if Haynesworth got xxx, what is Peppers worth?" I personally don't think Peppers has put himself in position to ask for that kind of money. I believe he may have lost that leverage when he made it crystal clear he wants to play OLB in a 3-4. The bar for this position is set much lower. James Harrison, the current Def Player of the Year, just signed a new deal for 6 yrs, $51 mil with $20 mil guaranteed. If he is a proven 3-4 OLB and D-POY, I don't believe Peppers has the leverage to ask for more or even as much. I think that Harrison deal could really help the Pats pursue Peppers. As for Wilfork, I feel a deal will definitely get done. Again, I don't think Wilfork's people are in the position to ask for Haynesworth money when one is a 4-3 tackle and one is a 3-4 noseguard. The baseline for these negotiations will probably center around Casey Hampton and Jamaal Williams who were not paid Haynesworth money. Bottom line, I think the Pats can definitely pursue Peppers while resigning Wilfork. Where that will leave Big Sey, I have no idea.