In response to ipotnyc's comment:
Talib has definitely had some issues. I don't think BB would jump the gun and not take that into consideration in making the move for him. If they get even a season and a half of solid production from him before his next incident, then it's a win deal.
RESPONSE: Talib has some issues??? This guy has been a walking, talking issue since his college days.
No guarantee a 4th round pick will be a Aaron Hernandez or - yikes- a Jonathan Wihlite.
RESPONSE: Remember how BB found himself in a bind in last years' draft, because the Patriots were left with no picks after round 2? Well, the Pats have already thrown away their 5th and 6th rounders in the Ocho and Haynesworth deals...and now their 4th rounder as well.
Bedard calls this a "desperation move." Why? He's got an abundance of talent and the secondary is sorely lacking. It's called an UPGRADE. From Schiano, a coach BB respects. Desperation moves are picking guys up off the street.
RESPONSE: This is a desperation move. It really concerns me, because it tells me that BB thinks that his secondary is as bad or worse than we do. BB didn't just trade for a Corey Dillon or a Randy Moss...who were moody guys, rather than thugs. Talib is a mental case: http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/gary-shelton-time-for-buccaneers-to-cut-aqib-talib-loose/1256333