No real surprise at No. 1, especially now that ex-Eagles QB Donovan McNabb is taking snaps in D.C. If you have any heart whatsoever, you've got to feel a bit bit for Campbell -- who has had a new offensive coordinator almost every season. But now the only thing holding back any deal may be the fact that with McNabb, there's definitely no room for Campbell and the 'Skins may be forced to cut him if they can't find a taker. But there are never enough QBs to go around, so never say never -- especially by Day 2 of the draft. -- Adrian Hasenmayer
Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers QB
It's still very much a long shot that the two-time Super Bowl champion would be moved amidst his current off-field controversy. The team showed its hand and admitted it's sticking with Big Ben, for now. Still, the fact that team president Dan Rooney has not 100% refuted the chance of at least listening to any proposals leaves the door open for a team to make Pittsurgh an offer it can't refuse. And of course, one more false move by Big Ben and he may as well call the movers himself.
Michael Vick, Eagles QB
Well, it seemed like a funky, outside-the-box idea at the time last summer. With Donovan McNabb getting older and the jury out on Kevin Kolb at the time, adding the man thought to be the dream wildcat QB would either stabilize the position or give Andy Reid a huge trade chip. OK, that plan isn't working so well, as Vick hasn't brought the trade frenzy Philly was hoping for. Still, for any teams who whiff on QBs on Days 1-2 of the draft and who want to snag an experienced QB at a low price, he's not an old-timer (turns 30 in June).
Marion Barber, Cowboys RB
Blasphemy, you say? Maybe, maybe not. It depends on how much you believe the Cowboys recently when they said that Barber was not on the block. While he has been fun to watch plow over people the last five years, his wildly physical running style appears to have taken a toll on him already, according to insiders. Some in the Dallas media are placing his trade value at merely a mid-round level, which is striking for a former Pro Bowler who turns just 27 this summer.
Jammal Brown, Saints OT
Why would the Saints trade a two-time Pro Bowl starting left tackle, the guy who protects the blindside of the Super Bowl champion quarterback? Depth and money. Brown, a starter in all four of his NFL seasons, wants a multi-year extension and as one of the snake-bitten restricted free agents trapped by the current CBA he can't get much of a raise right now. So he's sitting out of minicamps, while the Saints actually have plenty of muscle on the O-line -- and if they can get a good return in a deal, they could pull the trigger this week.
Rocky McIntosh, Redskins LB
The Redskins disgruntled four-year veteran LB actually has a surprising sympathizer -- Mike Shanahan. Even though McIntosh, a three-year starter and former second-round pick, has stayed away from "voluntary" minicamps and has expressed a desire to be dealt, Shanahan publicly threw a line to the linebacker -- saying he understood his contract frustrations (McIntosh falls into that unlucky group of players entering their fifth season as restricted free agents instead of unrestricted, due to the league-players union CBA stalemate). McIntosh also wants to play in a 4-3 defense instead of a 3-4.
Marshawn Lynch, Bills RB
The Bills have been openly shopping their former starting running back, a talented runner who has worn out his welcome due to off-field nonsense and suspensions. Once Fred Jackson grabbed more carries toward the end of the '09 season, Lynch immediately went on the trade block. Still, he's only 24 entering his fourth season with two 1,000-yard seasons to his credit. And hey, those suspensions saved on wear and tear, right?
Osi Umenyiora, Giants DE
Here's another star from a Super Bowl champion to enjoy a sudden fall into the doghouse. As the Giants' defense disintegrated to embarrassing depths last season, New York's star pass rusher drew the ire of coach Tom Coughlin. While the Giants publicly denied shopping Umenyiora during Senior Bowl week, recent reports have the G-Men ready to deal if they score a stud sack artist with their first-round pick. Stay tuned.
Albert Haynesworth, Redskins DT
Just one year removed from becoming the NFL's first $100 million defender, he is the first to challenge the authority of new Redskins sheriff Mike Shanahan. The former Defensive Player of the Year only wants to play in a 4-3 defense, where he can get after QBs instead of merely holding down blockers. Shanny runs a 3-4, period, and also is not about to lose any power struggle to anyone -- let alone one of his players.
Lendale White, Titans RB
Just two years ago, Lendale White was developing into more of a workhorse RB for the team with the AFC's best record. Now he's an afterthought in Tennessee thanks to Chris "Mr. 2,000" Johnson. The ex-USC star sees the writing on the wall, and has openly talked this offseason about wanting out of Tennessee. Watch for the Titans and coach Jeff Fisher to comply soon.