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Let’s see, the Bucs gave up a mid-first-round pick and a fourth-round pick for a player regarded as the best cover cornerback in the game of football and all he did was successfully rehab his knee, start 16 games for Tampa Bay, force two fumbles, pick off two passes, record a sack, recover a fumble, earn a spot in the Pro Bowl … and somehow that’s a bad trade?Seriously, I just read that again when I cut and pasted it.  "Somehow that's a bad trade?"  Yeah, I think on any planet giving up #13 overall (and a 4th) for a one year rental at $16 million, which had the great bottom-line result of 4-12 for the team, is a "bad trade." 

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