Originally posted on pcpsports.com  |  Last updated 10/6/8
You rarely see in-season trades in the National Football League. One of the main reasons is that the league imposes such an early deadline in comparison to the other major sports. This year, the deadline is October 14th. Despite that, this trend may be about to change as after just 5 weeks of this year's season it has become fairly clear who the have and have nots may be. The most likely situation for a trade is probably in Detroit, where Matt Millen has already been fired and replaced with Tom Lewand. Lewand would be wise to make some changes that could be viewed as having a positive effect on the franchise if he hopes to retain the job beyond the 2008 season. WR, Roy Williams, who is already rumored to be on the market, is the most likely trade chip for the Lions. Another team that is clearly in rebuilding mode is the Kansas City Chiefs, who at 1-4 have absolutely no shot of competing for anything but the #1 pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. They were blown out 34-0 this weekend in Carolina and have been lifeless in all but 1 game, a week four 33-19 home victory over the Denver Broncos. Many are speculating that it may be time to trade RB Larry Johnson, but it is TE Tony Gonzalez that I see as being
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