Doesn't matter what organization it is. Unless you have someone in the wings that can fill his shoes, you don't trade a player that's one of the best at his position to take a chance that a player you draft will be better. The odds just aren't in your favor. And it doesn't matter if it's a nut you found blindly. In fact, it's fairly irrelevant what the draft status was. There's no one at NFL headquarters that's going to give you a gold star and a pat on the head because you turned an UDFA into a 2nd round pick. You're trading a player based on what his value is now, not when he was acquired. Now if someone wanted to give us a 2nd round pick for Jeron Mastrud, then you'd happily accept and run to the bank with it, because Mastrud's current value in no way warrants anything near a 2nd round pick. But trading Bess would just open another hole you may not fill as well.