Here's what I see: If we cut Amano, Hawkins, Hutchinson (retires), and Babs.. that's $12.19 million extra, for a total of $31.69 mil in cap space. That's a ton. I don't see us cutting Hasselbeck, Griffin, Otto, or CJ. We may be able to rework Hasselbeck backs deal. $5.5 mil is a little high, I would even add another year to his deal, at like 2 mil. Making him has 2yr/7.5 mil remaining, so a total of 3.75m a year. He's 37, but he's just a backup and more of a coach for Locker than anything at this point. I'd love to cut Griffin, but it's just not going to happen. Ruston totally screwed the pooch on that signing, terrible first signing dude. So, with my realistic cuts, we'd have $31.69 avail cap room: Andy Levitre - 5yr/25-30mil, around 5-6mil a year. Puts him in the right around the Top-10 highest paid guards (#10 makes 5.8m/yr on average). I believe he's well worth it, he'd be 31 when his deal ends. Basically, we'd be giving Hutchinsons money to Levitre. Dom Rodgers-Cromartie - 5yr/48mil, around 9 mil a year. around the same deal that Jonathan Josepth got in 2011. Puts him around the Top-10 as well for highest paid corners. We'd now have 48 mil in DRC and 43 mil in McCourty. But, CB is extremely important in todays league. Depth at LB - 1-2mil, likely need a OLB & ILB - that's 2-4 mil. Velasco resigning, 3yr/10mil (3.3 mil per) After signing Levitre, DRC, 2 LBs, and resigning Velasco, we still have 9.39 million for rookie signings and additional depth. Pair that with a solid draft class. I'm dreaming Star falls to #10, take another guard with our 2nd. SS in the 3rd... and we could be looking at , do I dare say it...., playoffs It's so unlikely though. I'd even be happy with getting Glenn Dorsey instead of DRC and taking Milliner 1st round.