was, in my opinion, cutting Kory Chapman and putting him on the p.s. instead of the active roster. I realize some will see this as Monday Morning QB-ing, but this seemed foolish AT THE TIME. Seems like every year one of the last few cuts leaves us scratching our heads - like in 2004 when Terrell Buckley got cut in favor of an extra OL (Hallen maybe?), who promptly retired THE NEXT DAY. Meanwhile, T-Buck signed elsewhere (Miami? Denver?) and we end up in dire straits at DB for most of the rest of the year. Having been watching some pre-season game-tape recently - thanks to dr - I was amazed that Chapman got cut. The guy looked terrific - a Corey-type back who we all now know we really could've used. I think BB/Pioli tried to get cute and slip him onto the practice squad - obviously that came back to bite us. Once Indy picked him up, I kept waiting for them to cut him - they only grabbed him once they had THREE RB's injured. But even with their own guys getting healthy, they held onto him. In any case, I guess the point of this post is...um...well, first of all, Where the Hell is Kory Chapman and can we get him back? Then again, at this point, do we even need him? All I know is we sure as Hell could've used him last year. Let's hope 2006 is the year we buck the trend and make our last few cuts prudently and hope they don't come back to haunt us.