Teams that could want him- Burnett lives in Maryland, and probably wouldn't accept a trade to leave the region, given that he signed here to be close to home. Fortunately, there are at least three suitors in the region that he might okay a deal to. The Pittsburgh Pirates, Burnett's previous team, are a strong possibility. Another team that makes complete sense are the Baltimore Orioles, a team that really needs pitching. His previous-previous team, the Yankees, could use some pitching help too, though they say they aren't interested. I wouldn't rule out the Reds or Nats if a deal presents itself.
What we have to get back, money wise- I'm not sure the Phillies will want to pay any of his salary, thought I doubt it's the most important thing. Again, he's owed $5 million post-deadline. Do the Phillies just want to do him a favor, or do they want to get a prospect? That determines the money side.
What we have to get back, players wise- It's a matter of how much money the Phillies eat, but I'm thinking they'd like to get one good prospect, and maybe a second. Chances are they fall short of that though. They will get a player, and the caliber of that player will be dictated by money, and the team. A second would be nice too though.
The Outlook- A.J. gets traded. Why do I say this? Well, it doesn't make sense not to. My guess is that Burnett is sent to Pittsburgh or Baltimore, and the Phillies get a player who makes the 2015 squad. With Buchanan and Marquis both in AAA right now, the Phillies can afford to make a move here.