I see some teams hold on to players thinking they will work out somehow from injuries, last year of contract, great potential, etc. Many, and probably most, never become that player a team had hoped for. You see some of the intelligent and good teams make moves early in the process to trade these players instead of just letting them complete their contract and then get nothing for them except possibly a compensatory pick. You see this more often in Baseball. Of course these trades, for player or draft pick, should only be attempted if you have someone to competently replace the player moved. There must be other teams that have an interest. Do the Boys have players that fit this scenario? I think so. Felix Jones--a late round draft pick 5-6th Miles Austin-- 2nd round pick or straight up trade Anthony Spencer--2nd round pick or straight up trade Two or more of these players could be bundled together to make a mega trade. I think Mike Jenkins could fall into this category by the 6th week, but feel we need him now and possibly the whole season. All teams, organizations and most people that are successful is because they are/were proactive instead of reactive. I feel being reactive has had a large part to do with the Boys lack of success. Think Center position. If not now then strongly consider before the trade deadline in the 6th or 8th week. Your thoughts. Any other players you would add to the list?