There's no way that the Braves are going to move Andruw Jones in this type of deal, if even at all. However, the Kevin Brown portion of this rumor does have legs. According to a report published in this evening's online edition of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Braves GM John Schuerholz and Yankee GM Brian Cashman met briefly today, fueling speculation that the Braves may be very interested in making a move for Brown, a Macon, GA native.
Doesn't bode well for Atlanta. The Braves have already made it amply clear this offseason that they will be conservative, fiscally responsible bidders. It's not likely they will engage in a bidding war for Wright if the Yankees so choose to go after him.
The reason, of course, would be his possibly imminent return to the starting rotation. As it stands, Smoltz will make $12 million this season - however, if he starts a full seasons' slate of games, that number could reach $15M through incentive (100K per start). His willingness to come to a agreeable deal with Atlanta could spell out a lot of the Braves' offseason plans.