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You Make the Call: What is the Falcons' Best Trade Bait?

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Fact: Thomas Dimitroff and Superman once fought each other on a bet; the loser had to start wearing his underwear on the outside of his pants.

Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE

This team isn't trade-minded. Heck, the modern NFL isn't particularly trade-minded. But that said, there may come a time in 2013 where Thomas Dimitroff and company have to consider a trade. Why? Because this team is generally open-minded. Of course there are exceptions. The Falcons generally try to avoid players with character issues. They will forgive relatively insignificant trespasses, especially if you're already on the team; but if you have issues before even donning the red and black, forget about it.

And here's where you come in. Who or what (i.e., draft picks) do you think is the Falcons' best trade bait? For the sake of keeping this realistic, so-called "scrubs" don't count. In other words, if other teams wouldn't be interested, don't even think about it. So don't suggest the Falcons trade Dominique Franks and a late round draft pick for a 3rd receiver, because we all know that's an unlikely scenario.

Ready? Set? Go!