There are five players set to become free agents that the Cleveland Browns shouldn't bring back next season.
Last Sunday's defeat to the Chicago Bears gave this storied franchise double digit losses for the ninth time in the last 10 years. Naturally, significant personnel improvements are expected on the shores of Lake Erie.
For the Browns' new coaching staff, 2013 was a 16-game evaluation period of its talent...or lack thereof.
Undoubtedly, roster changes will occur based on free agency and the 2014 draft. The good news for Cleveland is that the franchise is in excellent shape salary cap-wise to do whatever wheeling and dealing CEO Joe Banner sees fit.
By rolling over their excess cash from this season, the Browns should have between $32 to $38.5 million to spend on the open market depending on the league-wide cap figure.
Let's take a look at which orange helmets should be cleaning out their lockers for good come January.