Seattle finds better RB values in trades

Originally Published: April 24, 2010
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- Maybe it was the uncapped year. Maybe it was the extra time teams had to make decisions, with the NFL draft spread over three days.

Whatever it was, Day 3 had uncapped and unusual excitement. For the first time in many years, veterans were traded. Leon Washington, Jason Campbell, LenDale White, Bryant McFadden and Kirk Morrison were dealt. The Jets cut guard Alan Faneca after two seasons that cost the team about $20 million. Defensive tackles John Henderson and Albert Haynesworth ...

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