"If a team out there made a good offer for Bowe, he would be gone tomorrow. Like I said, outside of Cassel and Jackson, there's no Chief who can't be had for the right price. New regimes like their own players; this is not something new to Haley and Scott Pioli. This is a universal truth." -Adam Schefter, ESPN
As a personal fan of Schefter's reporting, I've found him to know what he's talking about, more often than not. Of course, many teams could say the same about a number of players, but for there to only be two untouchable players? This brings up a great question for us to consider as we look forward to Sunday's action:
If Schefter is right (which he might not be), is this a good thing?
In other words, at what point is it okay to completely clean house of the talent pool already established? Is there a point where you're getting rid of players just for the sake of it? There are numerous ways to become a winning team, but from what you've seen so far, what do you think of the formula and Schefter's comments?
If Adam Schefter is correct, do you agree that ANY Chief should be made available for trade besides Cassel and Jackson?
No doubt. Clean out the house! (333 votes)
There's gotta be a balance. (546 votes)
I don't know. The GM should be able to do whatever he wants. (176 votes)
No way! I'm tired of getting rid of guys we could use! (267 votes)
1322 total votes