As per Miguel's page, this year: Brady is playing at a very depressed cap hit, with a huge increase coming next season. Moss is playing for well below what it would cost to keep him. Asante is playing for a somewhat below his current market value. Seymour (assuming he bounces back) is playing for below is current market value. He has one more year in that range, then he spikes up a few mil, then he's a FA. A. Thomas is playing on the depressed first year of a long-term deal, and hence several mil below his value or future hits. Warren is playing for millions below his future level of cap hit. Watson has two more years of a cheap deal, and then is a FA. Wilfork has two more years of a cheap deal, and then is a FA. Koppen is early in his deal, and playing at somewhat below his future cap hits. Mankins has two more years of a cheap deal, and then is a FA. Green has two more years on a deal that is probably somewhat below market value, and then is a FA. Gay is a FA after this year, and presumably will be able to command a raise. CONCLUSIONS: 1. The Pats can probably keep something like the current level of talent together for another year or two, but after that it will be very difficult. 2. The Pats are likely to stick to their guns about not paying FULL market value for anybody expensive. Guys who won't accept that will therefore be gone. 3. Seymour is likely gone after his current contract expires.