Adam Schefter often takes time to answer reader questions from his mailbag. Got a query of your own? Submit it right here.
Q: It may be because I'm just a regular football fan, but it seems to me that teams undervalue players and overvalue draft picks (i.e., Antonio Cromartie for a third-round pick). If a team could know it was drafting a player in the third round with the value of Antonio Cromartie, it would do cartwheels, but yet the San Diego Chargers settled for just the third-rounder. Do you think teams overvalue draft picks?
-- Darin (Dayton, Ohio)
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