As always, there should be a lot of big offseason movement this year. With a solid draft class incoming, some veterans may have their value slightly lowered. Let's breakdown these guys by position.
Jeff Garcia - With a lot of teams set for the future at QB, if he leaves San Fran, he may not get the money he wants. SF might be ready to give Tim Rattay a shot.
Kurt Warner - Despite Bulger's late season struggles, Warner couldn't crack the lineup. What's next for this guy?
Tim Couch - Former number one pick, has never panned out to be a superstar. Will the Browns stick with him and his large salary, or go with Holcomb or another less expensive alternative?
James Stewart - Has been productive for awhile, but missed all of last year. Will he ever regain his form, or a starting job?
Duce Staley - Has the tools to be a star, he just needs the right situation. Dallas, Washington, Chicago?
Anthony Thomas - Another solid year, but are the Bears looking to replace him?
Corey Dillon - For his sake, hopefully out of Cincinatti, but what's next? With a handful of solid RBs out there, he may not get the big money.
Eddie George - Starting to slow down, but still has a few years left in him. Will they be in Tennessee?
Jerome Bettis - The Bus seems to be beat up and worn down, but not wanting to call it quits. Will the Steelers get rid of him, or banish him to the bench?
Terrell Owens - Is Atlanta his next destination, or could he be an Eagle next year?
Jimmy Smith - Getting up there in years, but still productive. Will he stay in Jacksonville to help mentor Leftwich and, possibly, a young WR?
Isaac Bruce - Clearly number two in St. Louis, but could be a stud elsewhere. Would the Rams let him go, and would any teams want him a 31 year old as a number two?
Keyshawn Johnson - He wants the damn ball, but he needs a damn team first.
Shannon Sharpe - How many more years does this guy have left?
Antonio Gates - Productive at the end of the year, is he the Chargers' tight end of the future?
Boo Williams - Was a monster the last half of the year, will he do the same in 2004?
'Twas a fun year, fellas.