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Posted: Wednesday April 21, 2010 12:51PM; Updated: Wednesday April 21, 2010 4:16PM
Ross Tucker
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Veterans on trade block (cont.)

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Jason Campbell may be a former Redskin by the time the draft ends Saturday.
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ALBERT HAYNESWORTH, REDSKINS, DEFENSIVE TACKLE

Why he might be traded: He is not on the same page with new Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan and doesn't want to play in a 3-4. That said, he's still an incredibly dominant force when healthy in a 4-3 system.
Where he might be traded: Detroit, Tennessee.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 50%, 2nd Round.

JASON CAMPBELL, REDSKINS, QUARTERBACK

Why he might be traded: Donovan McNabb's arrival in Washington means Campbell will have to look elsewhere if he wants an opportunity to potentially be a starter.
Where he might be traded: Oakland, Buffalo, Carolina.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 75%, 4th Round.

JAMMAL BROWN, SAINTS, OFFENSIVE TACKLE

Why he might be traded: The Saints won the Super Bowl last year without him and appear comfortable with either Jermon Bushrod or Zach Strief at left tackle. Yet Brown is a real talent when healthy and could help a lot of teams.
Where he might be traded: Oakland, Buffalo, Dallas.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 30%, 2nd Round.

JARVIS MOSS, BRONCOS, DEFENSIVE END

Why he might be traded: He's been a colossal bust in Denver, but some teams still think they might be able to bring out the pass rush prowess that Moss flashed as a Florida Gator.
Where he might be traded: Oakland, Cincinnati.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 40%, 7th Round.

ROCKY MCINTOSH, REDSKINS, LINEBACKER

Why he might be traded: McIntosh doesn't seem real keen on playing in Jim Haslett's 3-4, but his production has been solid as a 4-3 outside backer.
Where he might be traded: Philadelphia, New York Giants, St. Louis Rams.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 50%, 5th-6th Round.

ALAN FANECA, JETS, GUARD

Why he might be traded: The perennial Pro Bowl guard is declining in talent and due a big salary in 2010.
Where he might be traded: Chicago, Cleveland.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 15%, 5th Round.

LENDALE WHITE, TITANS, RUNNING BACK

Why he might be traded: He wants a new deal and the Titans aren't going to give it to him.
Where he might be traded: Detroit, Cleveland, Seattle.
Likelihood of trade taking place and possible value: 20%, 5th-6th Round.

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