This is another bored in the offseason post, so don't take it too seriously. I was just wondering if it's legal to trade an entire team for another one. For example, Jerry calls up Paul Allen in the offseason and offers him some obscene amount of money to trade every single player we have and every coach for every player they have, all their coaches, and their GM. In essence, next season our team would be theirs and theirs would be ours. Romo & Co would be putting on Seahawks uniforms and Seattle fans would be watching Garrett do that annoying hand clap on the sidelines when something goes wrong. In an instant we would have a powerhouse team and all its coaches AND ITS GM. Obviously, this won't actually happen. There probably isn't any amount of money that would convince Paul Allen to do this. Seahawks fans would lynch him. I'm still curious whether it's actually legal according to league rules. The closest thing that's ever happened like it was when the Browns moved and became the Ravens and a new expansion team put on Browns uniforms to become the Browns. Before that there had been talk of the Bucs moving to Cleveland and becoming the Browns. That would have been something like it.