The Broncos recently broadcasted to the entire league that they were interested in trading Aqib Talib. And why wouldn't they want to? He's a mental headcase with a penchant for getting into trouble and is now only a distraction to the best defense in the league. But he's still an amazing cornerback that some teams around the NFL would absolutely love to have. Here are fourteams who should immediately make trade offers for the Broncos cornerback.

1. Indianapolis Colts

The Colts are struggling to find good cornerbacks after injuries decimated a huge portion of their team. They were forced to sign Antonio Cromartie, a veteran who was one of the worst corners in the NFL last season.

Vontae Davis, the Colts best cornerback, is still injured and will be out for an indefinite period of time. Aqib Talib could is one of the better cornerbacks in the NFL and would immediately contribute to a Colts defense that needs him immediately. At the right price, the Colts would be crazy to not execute this trade.

2. Carolina Panthers

The Panthers have lost cornerback Josh Norman, who was a vital part of the Panthers elite defense last season. The Panthers don't have another top flight talent to replace him and will have to rely on star linebacker Luke Keuchly on defense. Talib could be that talented replacement, if the Panthers are willing to deal with the baggage that comes with signing a player like Talib.

3. New England Patriots

Aqib Talib played some great Football for the New England Patriots. He had four interceptions in his first four games for the Patriots in 2013 and would subsequently make the Pro Bowl at the end of the regular season. Despite his successes, Talib moved to the Denver Broncos, where he had two Pro Bowl years and won a Super Bowl.

Now the Patriots can get him back at a cheap price and hope that Belichick will keepthe talented cornerback in check.

4. Philadelphia Eagles

Currently the Eagles list former Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin as a starter. As a Bills fan, I can immediately tell you that this is a bad idea. Leodis is tolerable in doses but will ultimately let up that huge play that hands away a victory.

If not, he will do the best he can to fumble a game away thanks to his poor punt return skills. Aqib Talib is infinitely more talented and would give the Eagles a far more fearsome secondary in 2016. They definitely have the picks to make the trade after fleecing the Vikings in the Sam Bradford deal.

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