Obstacles could prevent Patriots from trading for Raiders' Burgess
Miffed that Jason Taylor chose Miami over New England atriots' 2011 draft, the Patriots' brass reportedly now has eyes for Raiders DE Derrick Burgess. The two-time Pro Bowler, who would transition to outside linebacker in New England's 3-4 scheme Fake Tresor Paris Necklaces, has one year remaining on his current deal Tresor Paris Earrings odgers ruled out; Flynn, and a swap would be for one of the Patriots' second- or third-round picks in the 2010 draft. Assuming the trade would be contingent on the Patriots' ability to extend Burgess' deal Tresor Paris Bracelet Sale, we hear that it's far more important to the Pats that Burgess accept a relatively modest contract than stewing about what pick or picks they'd relinquish. The Pats have little salary-cap space, and they still have a host of rookies to sign and numerous big-ticket players slated for free agency following the season. The one definitive conclusion to be drawn from this scenario is that the team isn't oozing confidence in its current OLB corps' ability to bring pass-rushing heat off the edge.