Not suggesting he could come in and help as a player...but maybe use him as a player/coach. He does know the position and what it takes to succeed. Just came to mind when I was reading an article about him. From the article.. Haynes did offer Seau two other nuggets of wisdom ---- become a mentor to younger players and don't hassle over a contract. "If someone wants to give Junior the league minimum, he should probably take it," Haynes said. "Outside of football, you will never find a job that is going to pay him that kind of money." The league minimum for Seau is about $812,000, but only half of it would count toward the salary cap. "If someone wants to bring him in to teach younger players about the right attitude and having a good work ethic, he should jump on it," Haynes said. I think Seau would, if only the phone would ring. Link to article What do you think? Good mentor for DeMeco?