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Fashioning a contract for all will need creativity

For teams interested in acquiring former Michigan QB Drew Henson, who hopes to be traded before having to re-enter the draft, here's some good news: The price tag for Henson doesn't include any picks in the 2004 lottery.

Updated: February 20, 2004, 8:37 PM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- For those teams interested in acquiring former Michigan quarterback Drew Henson, who hopes to be traded before having to re-enter the draft, here's some good news: The price tag for Henson doesn't include any 2004 picks.

Of course, as is typically the case in such good-news scenarios, the Henson deal includes a requisite downside -- any team dealing for the highly regarded QB prospect needs to be particularly creative in fashioning a contract that works for all parties ...

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