I'd like to see him get a new contract... one that doesn't completely suck the life out of this team. One that can keep him around for three years at a friendly cap number... one where he is subject to lose his job as the starter... a deal like that would send Volek to market. Nope. Steve needs a real payday. I don't blame him... Me, like any good ball player... I'm developing a sense of amnesia for the situation. When I hear them announce McNair pregame and he runs out there... I'll cheer... but when he goes crashing into the turf... I'll jeer. I really don't give a jack about the way he made me feel in 2002 when it's 2006. Here's a picture that I think really helps sum up the situation.... Here's a picture that demonstartes McNair and where he is at... Besides, I told McNair myself how I felt about all he has done for this team and then thanked him for the memories. I'm ready to move on. The rest of you should be as well. McNair wants that money, but it is too large of a sacrafice from a team perspective... whatever we can offer is not enough for Steve to want to wear two-tone blue... so he is selling out not just to another team but to one of our most hated rivals... fine. That is just the way things go. I can accept that. I hope Steve accepts that fans don't care about several years ago as much as they care about the here and now. That is what I am talking about... the future that is now. Steve McNair still has a chance to be a part of that future... unless he comes down off his price he will have to sell out to the highest bidder, just like he saw his buddy Eddie George do. That's just the way it is. It may be sad and pathetic but that has very little to do with me. Go where the money is Steve. Feed your family. Most people would do the same.