So we have some dead weight going into the offseason. If we cut some of these guys we take a cap hit, but they're taking up valuable roster spots. The good news is, other than Weaver, most of these scrubs will be gone by the end of 2009, then we can actually go after some real free agents in 2010, also this will help us keep OD, Ryans, and Dunta, if they'll take bigger paydays in 2010 rather than big checks next year. Anthony Weaver: I would try to renegotiate Anthony Weavers contract and then trade him to a team that runs the 3-4. I think the guy can play it's just that he was brought in here before we went to the 4-3. Maybe try to get a OG or something. Best I can tell we are stuck with him until 2011. Morlon Greenwood: OK, so what do you do. The guy makes too much ($5 million in 2009), and he has no value in my eyes. I guess we have to ride it out with him as an overpriced back up until his contract is up at the end of next year. Ahman Green: Rick Smith renegotiated his contract to a performance oriented package. So other than taking up a roster spot I guess it doesn't hurt to keep him. Maybe next year, he can simply come in when in the Red Zone, say 5 touches a game maybe he'll last through week 3. Chris Brown: Has a contract through 2009. Best I can tell the contract is minimal in the grand scheme of things. If healthy he's decent, but I don't know if his upright running style compliments Slaton's. I'm startin to like Moats, I thought he had potential, and showed some talent against Chicago. RB's: Obviousley Slaton is numero uno. Now what do you do with the plethora of RB's we have in the mix. Who stays, and who goes in this log jam: Green, Brown, Taylor (Did he get cut?), Walker, Sapp, and possible draft picks/FA's. Goodness what a log jam. Consider yourselfs two cents richer with my input. Let the 2009 NFL Draft Threads Begin!!!!!!