Adam Schefter reported that Tyler Thigpen is on the trading block for a mid-rounder. I like Thigpen and think he can be a quality backup and a solid spot starter -- and can thrive in a run-dominant offense. He's also very mobile and can pick up the third down scramble. He also ran the spread offense in KC last year, performing well in wildcat formations.
After the trade, we'd have Hill at starter, Thigpen as backup, and Nate Davis as the developmental project.
Smith can be developed by Tod Hailey & Co.
[ Edited by nickbradley on Aug 26, 2009 at 6:45 AM ]