http://www.profootballtalk.com/rumormill.htm Maybe the idea of Randy Moss being traded to the Pats isn't so far-fetched. After all, the team is sufficiently desperate at the receiver position that they brought in Charles Rogers for a look-see on Friday, according to Mike Reiss of the Boston Globe. The Pats also eyeballed Kevin Johnson and Jabar Gaffney, who was arrested during the offseason on gun charges. Johnson was once waived by the Browns in the middle of a season, only a week after being benched. Rogers admitted this week that his four-game suspension in 2005 was the result of smoking marijuana. A urine sample from Rogers was deemed positive at the 2004 scouting combine because the sample was dilute. It didn't stop the Lions from using the No. 2 overall pick in the draft on Rogers, who missed most of his first two seasons due to injury. He was ineffective in 2005, missing four games due to the suspension and being deactivated in many others. But the Pats need bodies at perhaps the only position that is a glaring weakness on the roster. And although they wouldn't have to give up any picks or players to get Rogers, the fact that they'd consider him tells us that they'd also consider Moss, a far more accomplished talent. Whether they actually acquire either of them, however, is a far different issue.