D-Will is smart, he knows a 50/50 committee w/ Stew is best for his longevity. He seems to have a personality that fits the carolinas as well, not selfish and a great role model. I also think he has a legit freindship w/ Stew and would take a small paycut to stay around.
we could probably extend his career 2-3 years by remaining in a full time committee situation vs. going somewhere and being a workhorse for another 2-3 seasons and being done. translates to more money, and the better oppurtunity to win a championship.
lets hope he comes reasonable, and is used in his best capacity next year! (and stays healthy)
One thing i noticed as a trend with those trades were the other teams were almost always in the 5-7 range, not 2-3. with that being said here's the teams that could potentially want to leapfrog Buffalo to make sure they could land Cam.
#4 Bengals - If Carson Palmer is serious about getting out, they need help in a hurry.
#5 Cardinals - Larry Fitzgerald has been very vocal about getting someone to solidify the QB position, and ARZ seems happy to listen.
#7 49ers - the Alex Smith experiment has run its course, time to find a franchise QB. Harbough's offense will require someone to act as a field general, they don't have that on the roster.
#10 Redskins - McNabb isnt the long term solution and isnt on the coaches good side. someone like Cam would fit the mould in DC for a flashy player.
Everyone keeps talking about Cam, but Gabbert and Mallet are also potential targets for teams looking to land a future franchise QB. But i think the only guy anyone would trade up for is Cam at this point, but the question is, will someone be willing to take him at #1?