Many people have taken note of the slow trade market the last couple of years. Until 1985, there was a trading deadline at the end of the Winter Meetings. The argument has been made that a deadline would get more trades made, and then after the deadline, you'd see most of the free agent action. That would mean transactions and talk all winter.

What do you think? Would reimposing a deadline be a good idea?

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