Here's a point I don't think I'm following all the way in this debate. If we were to move in the direction of signing Carr and trading him, is my understanding correct that we would just take a big 6-7 million dollar cap hit next season (depending if we do the 2 or 3 year extension). Here's the thing. I think even the most die hard Vince backers realize we aren't competing for a playoff spot with him QB'ng in the first two years at least, so why exactly would it be such a big deal to take a cap hit on Carr's contract if we can trade him for a pick or another player? Would it just mean we wouldn't be able to go out and make as big of free agent signings? Or maybe have to cut some higher paid veteran players? Personally I don't see why either one of these should raise too much concern if we are admittedly rebuilding in a way that we think can help the team make the playoffs possibly 3 or 4 years from now. I'm just not up on the salary cap that much and any input would be great. Would trading Carr somehow hamper us capwise further down the road than say 2 years? Or would it make it so bad on us in the near term that we would have to let go of some young core talent that we wouldn't otherwise have to. Those are really my only concerns if we were to move in that direction. Thanks for any responses.