As I say, I would always take a player with risk of not hitting his ceiling over a player with risk that he doesn’t even play.
Ebron = He has been in the league 3 years and has already had 7 injuries including back, hamstring, ankle, and groin. All of those are high re-injury risks.
Lynch = He has a back problem, those cannot be healed, and only get worse with time. Trust me I have the same injury. Lynch is 2 years older than me and I can’t run a quarter mile without my back seizing. It sucks.
Bryant = He misses a meeting, he fails a drug test, or he gets in pretty much any off-field issue and he is done.
Team B traded 3 extremely high risk players for 3 safe high upside players. I will also add that I don’t have Hunt taking over that backfield. I have yet to hear an argument against Ware that holds water.