Just trade him! It’s not that simple.

Just trade him! It’s not that simple.

There’s good reason star-for-star trades are a rarity in the NFL
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The Vikings have a star-studded dilemma in Minnesota: Sign Percy Harvin to a multiyear deal, let the much-maligned wide receiver play out the final year of his contract or trade him. “It isn’t the kind of stuff that you discuss over the dinner table or a drink after work: ‘Should we trade ‘Player A’ for ‘Player B?’ It’s far more complicated than that,” former NFL general manager and current NFL analyst Bill Polian said.
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Very few deals are star for star, unless the star developed from a draft pick; Clinton Portis (Denver to Washington) for Champ Bailey (Washington to Denver) is one of the few modern examples of that.
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When the Denver Broncos traded star quarterback Jay Cutler to the Chicago Bears, they got a significant return – but no star players. And there’s good reason star-for-star deals are rare in the NFL.
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Former Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall is a rarity in the NFL; he’s been traded twice, as many times as Randy Moss, in a league that very rarely moves its star players.
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