The 2012 NFL season is over after the Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers in one of the better Super Bowls in recent league history.
Now all 32 teams are about to focus on an offseason that promises to have nearly as much drama as the end of Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
The defending champs have to replace at least one major cog on the defensive side of the ball in the form of Ray Lewis and might be without Ed Reed, who will contemplate retirement again. Meanwhile, the defending NFC Champs have a decision to make with the most popular backup quarterback, this side of New Jersey, in the NFL in the form of Alex Smith.
If these two "elite teams" have a bunch to focus on, just imagine where the other 30 teams stand heading into what promises to be an eventful spring.
Today's article is going to focus on 10 possible salary cap casualties who could end up on other teams, via release or trade, within the next couple months.