There's still one tiny little game left to be played, but for 30-of-32 NFL teams, the process of improving 2012 rosters has already kicked into high gear. From coaching carousels to Senior Bowl scouting, front offices are looking for an angle, while fans are concocting harebrained schemes to make sure their teams are playing at this time next season.
Admittedly, this is article is closer to the latter than the former.
Trades are rare in the NFL, and high-profile trades are virtually nonexistent. But that doesn't mean they can't—or shouldn't—happen. When executed correctly, trades benefit both teams, and I believe that the trade I'm suggesting accomplishes just that: Minnesota sends the No. 3 pick to Cleveland for cornerback Joe Haden.
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