Every year during the FA period, you can look around at the list of players who are being flat-out cut by teams, and easily make an argument that you could build a SB contender simply from guys that have been cut loose. I know that the NFL has a salary cap that essentially makes the GMs, personnel directors, and front offices the most important aspect of any franchise. It's a numbers game with contract structures and funny money. But as a fan, it does make it difficult to stomach all of the player movement. Way back in the day, players did not move around so much. You could grow attached to your favorite players without concern that they would be moving on just about any given year. When there were trades, it was usually a player-for-player deal. Not a swap of draft picks, salary cap hits, offloading contracts early, etc. Someday, the NFL should consider looking into ways to keep players/teams together. Otherwise this whole merry-go-round might get old to old fans like me. Just sayin' Discuss.