Isn't the NFL funny. They draft guys so our beloved True Steel Blue fans fall in love with them, and then, when it's not financially productive, they release them. What's even funnier, if their not producing, we're the first one's to yell, "get 'em out of here!" Well, looking at the "older" players we released, it was a combination of both, and any of our beloved fans don't know how to take it. My theory.........Get over it quickly. As fast we saw the franchise resurrected in 2002, with the drafting of David Carr, 2003, the excitement of AJ, 2004,the shutdown ability of D-Rob, and 2005 the trade for P-Buch, the releasing or trading of one of them, will be just as fast. Frankly, there is no loyalty in the game. The main problem is, we would love to keep our local heros, even if their not producing, but not at the expense of wins, losses, or adding another stud. I believe they really need to add the exemption rule, for maintaining a veteran on the roster, without effecting the cap. Not only does this add to loyalty within the players eyes with the franchise, but also creates good public relations with the fans. I can understand Sharper being released, but a guy like AG deserves to finish his career in Houston. His going to Dallas was not about playing time, it was feeling slighted. On one hand, you can't blame the Texans for wanting to get younger, but you can blame them for their approach and possibly not restructuring his deal, to keep him in Houston. It's all in the way one handles the situation. Face it, AG is not going to start in Dallas, PGH, St. Louis, wherever he would go at this point in his career, but he would accept a reduced role, if he felt important to the organization. Obviously, the Tuna made him feel important. Bottom line, just like a cornerback, AG, we need to forget quickly also when we get burned!