I have been assessing all the most recent activity in terms of what the TV talking heads are saying, and what I feel is the general mood of the players involved and the team officials' comments and actions. I think we're going to get Bush unless someone offers up a deal. But the bad news is this: I don't think we'll get the draft pick compensation we're thinking we should get for Bush. And I think our front office will take very average (maybe even low) compensation for the top pick in the draft. It just seems fairly straightforward if you ask me. We'll get Bush unless someone offers up some extra picks, and our team is needing several playmakers to make a real run at a winning season. So, it only makes sense that our team would welcome the opportunity to parlay the top pick into multiple top-of-the-draft picks in order to reduce liability (Bush getting hurt, and then what do you have?) thus acquiring several better-than-average players instead of just one player. I don't see NO, TN, NY, GB, SF, or Oakland trading up for Bush. I see teams past those on the draft order offering to trade up to No. 1...but that leaves us without being able to take the premiere players that are to be had in the top of the draft. I don't see anybody who would give us that "sweetheart deal" that I have seen some of us wishing for. I see the compensation being average-to-low in value...but our front office would probably take it. What do ya'll think? I think it's Bush or we're trading down to the middle of the first round with possibly that team's first rounder next year and perhaps a 3rd rounder this year or something similar. We'd get extra picks this year, and have two first rounders next year.