The big Internet rumor from last week had the Eagles, owners of two first-round draft picks in the 20's, as the likely suitors for the Arkansas product. Another possible trade partner could be the Chicago Bears. The Bears will be starting Chris Williams at left tackle this season, signed Kevin Shaffer last week and according to the Chicago Sun-Times, will consider signing Orlando Pace if Pace does not forge a deal with the Baltimore Ravens. All this said, the team could choose to add Peters instead of Pace, stick the somewhat untested Williams on the right side, and use Shaffer for depth. While Peters would be a great addition to the squad, Bears general manager Jerry Angelo noted earlier this offseason that he didn't plan on investing in any big-name free agents, and a move to bring in Peters would likely require the development of a new, long-term deal; in effect, it would be investing in a big-name free agent. Pace would be a short-term, less costly option.
The guy has talent but was a bit of a problem with the Bills last year. And when he played wasn't nearly as impressive as the previous year. I don't think Angelo is going to be interested in someone that wants to be "the NFK;s highest paid lineman"..