The WWE's roster certainly isn't as loaded as it once was, but it's not like it's a terrible one, either.
Although I don't think we'll see a roster like we saw in the late 1990s and early 2000s anytime soon, there's still a great mix of up-and-comers and veterans that make the WWE the king of pro wrestling that it is.
The problem isn't really the talent as much as it is how that talented is used.
There are a number of veterans on the roster who I think have a lot of value, but for whatever reason, aren't being used properly at the moment.
I hope that will change at a time when the WWE needs some vets to step up more than ever.
Here are seven WWE veterans who deserve a new run in the company.
Note: To be considered a "veteran," a WWE star must have made his main roster debut at least five years ago (in 2007). Anyone else is not eligible to be on this list.