Well none of the FA's really jump out at me as being better than your bench players, so I would stick with what you have for now. As far as a trade it is tough to say without seeing the other teams rosters. You have a pretty solid team all around, but not super deep at any one position. I think once Lynch gets back then you may have some flexibility to work a trade, but you need to find a team that will need a rb. I think once Lynch is back you will have the dept at rb, with Jones, Lynch and Lendale to make a move, possibly package one of them with a wr (Royal or Jackson) to get a wr upgrade. Good luck.
Jones for Clayton kind of pops out. You're solid at rb and Jones may end up a bit-player with injuies, etc.. Based on week one Clayton has some major potential, perhaps this is the year he lives up to it with TO gone.
Don't give up the ship...........sell it!!
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I think you should get rid of Chris Chambers immediately. He is essentially irrelevant as a fantasy WR since his last 1,000 yard season in 2005. I would much rather have Nate Burleson or Mark Clayton as a #3 WR option. If you like Hasselbeck as you said you did, then Burleson could be a viable fantasy option, along with Mark Clayton if the Ravens continue to let Flacco open up the passing game.
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