It's obvious that we have been shopping Richardson around, though it seems that receiving at least a 3rd rounder in return is going to be easier said than done. As we rebuild, picks, picks and more picks are a necessity, but do we just hand Richardson over for practically nothing? We know what he's capable of. Richardson is one of the league’s better interior linemen, though is coming off a below-average campaign last season, recording just 1.5 sacks, and has been suspended by the league to start each of the last two years. "Two teams are interested in designing a trade for Richardson, according to Jason Cole of Bleacher Report, who notes that neither team are willing to give the Jets very much in exchange. Unnamed executives in charge of these teams say they are not willing to give away anything more than a fourth-round selection in exchange for Richardson, adding that they would think of throwing in a conditional pick next year that could be higher, based on his play this season and whether his prospective new team is able to get his name on a long-term deal. The Jets can recoup more than $8 million by moving Richardson off the roster.."