this guy from Fox Sports.com: Peter Schrager. DOes he know what he's talking about? Hopefuly not, but I have seen his trade proposal for RG3 elsewhere: that is indeed about 3,000 pts. and the two front offices are chummy.........as I've said, no way Cleveland gets it done: they are CLEVELAND after all.: ...... http://www.foxsportsarizona.com/02/2...&feedID=370 2 Sources say the Rams are asking for the equivalent of the No. 1 overall pick in exchange for Griffin. If you reference the tried and true trade value chart, that’s 3,000 points — a whole, whole lot. The ‘Skins — desperate for a franchise quarterback and a return to relevance in the NFC East — could give the Rams the sixth overall pick (1,600 points), their second (520 points) and third (240) round picks, as well as their first-round pick for next year. That’s a king's ransom and should be enough, but if the Rams need a veteran player, the ‘Skins could throw one in the mix, too. RG3 to D.C. Mark it down! 14. Dallas Cowboys: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama: Less than five days after declaring for the NFL draft, Kirkpatrick was in a rented vehicle that police said had 7.9 grams of marijuana in it. The charges were eventually dropped, but Kirkpatrick was grilled by teams and media over the weekend about the incident. "It was just me being at the wrong place at the wrong time, and the guy that left the marijuana in the car turned himself in," Kirkpatrick said of the incident near Bradenton, Fla. "He didn't want to put me in that bad situation. He signed an affidavit saying that I was unaware of the marijuana being in the car, and the charges have been dropped.” Will that be enough for some teams to get over the incident? For many teams, maybe not. For the Cowboys? Sure. A six-foot cornerback with top-flight speed (think Patrick Peterson speed), Kirkpatrick is the rare tall cornerback who can keep up with the game’s fastest receivers (think Patrick Peterson). The Cowboys are desperate for some depth and some young talent at cornerback. Kirkpatrick would be a steal at No. 14.