The WWE has a rather sizable roster of active superstars, and even with five hours of programming per week between RAW and SmackDown, it's tough to get everyone involved. With that said, the WWE employs several others who have been capable wrestlers in the past, and it would behoove the company to use some of them in that capacity.
It obviously isn't an easy task since there are so many others who are itching for television time as well, but the WWE has a ton of talent at its disposal and it should be used to its full potential. Aside from a few occasional appearances, though, most of the former wrestlers involved with WWE don't compete.
One such example is Matt Striker, who has acted as an announcer and backstage interviewer since retiring from in-ring competition. He wrestles once in a great while, including on a recent episode of RAW against Kane, but those instances are quite infrequent.
Including Striker, here are seven WWE employees who should be utilized as wrestlers more often. This list won't include The Undertaker or The Rock since their situations are special, nor will it involve superstars under legends contracts like Shawn Michaels or "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. It will be limited only to current employees acting as announcers, managers, trainers, producers and other roles of that nature.