The news is that Jared Gaither (OT from the Ravens) is available for a high 2nd round pick. In my opinion, he is certainly worth the 33rd pick since he is a proven NFL commodity (something nobody in the draft is) and still just turned 24 (with 28 career starts already). He's massive at 6'9", 340 and can play LT or RT (he was so good he kept Michael Oher at RT when he was healthy).
I'm sure we would have to sign him to a new deal, and therefore would have a lot of $$ tied up in the OT position. But that is one of the most important positions in the game, and we would have 2 young bookends and a premium postion we wouldn't have to worry about for years, barring injury. Especially since the plan seems to be to draft Bradford, wouldn't it be a great idea to protect him?
Heck, maybe the Ravens would be willing to take a 3rd/4th rounder and Barron for Gaither?