Since the adaption of the Free Agent Era in professional football, it's very very rare to see a guy play his entire career with a single team.
If you would have asked me two years ago, there would have been no doubt in my mind that Peyton Manning was going to be a Colt for life, but times change, and now he's leading the Broncos to the Playoffs in his first season in Denver.
Stars of the game like Drew Brees, Randy Moss, Reggie White and even back to Joe Montana and Johnny Unitas all played for multiple teams in their careers. In the common era, Tom Brady holds out hope to be a player who can successfully pull off what was once commonplace and finish his career on the team with which he started.
And so that brings us to the 2012 Pittsburgh Steelers.
In a season where the Steelers have already been vacated from the Playoff hunt and are facing their first losing season in a decade, changes are on the horizon. The question is how many guys are the Steelers willing to part with?
Let's check out some guys who could be playing their final games as Steelers on Sunday. I've added a "Job Security Scale" to make things a little more interesting. The scale is 1-10 with 1 being the least secure and 10 being the most. Easy, right?
Follow on Twitter: @dsnyder34