Seriously? WFT is going on? Colvin was the only LB who came up with any big plays in 2006. Vrabel and Seau are solid, but Colvin gets the sacks, the big pick, the forced fumble. We labled Colvin a bust too early after his injury in 2003. He's improved every year since he returned. He's lost no speed, athleticism or fire in this time. There's no freaking way we cut Rosevelt Colvin after this season. He is part of our long term plans, and I gaurentee this his loss would be felt significantly more than McGinnest's has been. Colvin is a key member of this defense and he will be part of our next 3 superbowl runs.