Another thread on here was warning us that we would "regret" releasing Chris Brown, so that got me thinking on who we really do regret not being on the roster anymore.. What do you think? Lorenzo Neal I ofcourse regret the loss of Lorenzo Neal the most.. We could have easily kept him but Reese wanted to prove a point and let him go, and ended up paying the same amount of money that Neal wanted for Gregg Comela. ''They know what's up,'' Neal said. ''They know they let the best in the game get away. They signed a nice guy. (Comela) They gave him my money, so I can show them they should have given me that much.'' Jevon Kearse the Titans were interested in keeping Jevon and had the option of doing so by making him their franchise player. That designation would have kept him a Titan for one more season at a salary-cap damaging $6.5 million. The Titans hoped Kearse's price would come down during the NFL's free agency period, but the Eagles wasted no time. The Redskins, Bears, Jaguars and Seahawks were among the teams waiting. The Titans may have made more of an attempt to hold onto Kearse if he hadn't missed 18 of 32 regular-season games during his final two years with the franchise. Justin McCareins I liked this WR, escpecially after the catch he made when we played the Jets. Apparently they also liked that catch and ended up trading us their second round pick for him. Since leaving the Titans, McCarins has accumilated over 1800 receiving yards, and has scored 7 TDs. He hasen't started most of the games played this season since Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery were getting most of the attention, but still it would have been nice to still have him on our roster. We ended up drafting Travis LaBoy using the draft pick which the Jets gave us instead.