The season is coming up fast upon us, while sometimes not fast enough, but the trade deadline is drawing closer.
When approaching the date, the rumors will start coming faster and faster.
So what players now are reportedly on the chopping block, and who is interested?
We've all been hearing the Vick to [Insert your team here] rumor for a long time.
It's been widely known he feels he should be a starting quarterback in the NFL, and he makes a strong argument on the field, even if he doesn't make the same one off the field.
With yet another off-field incident involving a shooting at his birthday party, you really have to wonder why Andy Reid would keep a "problem" on his roster, when he has two able-bodied passers in Kevin Kolb and Mike Kafka.
Potential Suitors: Cleveland, Buffalo, San Francisco
The hottest name allegedly on the market right now, Vincent Jackson.
The bar has been set by Brandon Marshall and the Miami Dolphins of a first round pick, or two second round picks. Is anyone willing to pony up that kind of value?
Jackson on the surface appears ready to breakout and have a huge year with increasing stats every season, he could be the steal of the decade for any team that bites.
Potential Suitors: Seattle, Washington
Marshawn Lynch has been the subject of trade rumors since before the draft.
It's not to say he hasn't been productive, but with Buffalo currently rostering Fred Jackson and rookie CJ Spiller, it appears to be a matter of time before he's shown the door.
Buffalo will look to get value for him before his imminent release next year. Seattle seems to be the front runner, and even more now that they've release LenDale White.
Potential Suitors: Seattle, Miami
Mike Shanahan doesn't tolerate a lack of hustle.
Haynesworth has made it very clear he does not want to be part of the Washington Redskins, but is unwilling to give back the $21 million he received as a bonus earlier this year.
For now it seems like a standstill has ensued and Haynesworth is stuck in Washington for the 2010 season.
While Detroit had earlier expressed interest, they now have said he isn't welcome due to a bad influence on Ndamukong Suh.
Potential Suitors: Detroit, Tennessee
Merriman has had a rocky career of injuries and scandals, but before that, he was known as Lights Out.
If he can get back up to the level he was at three seasons ago, he's one of the most dominating defensemen in the NFL.
The notion of that idea is enough to keep fans talking and speculating about if he may be on the move. When the Chargers drafted Larry English they made it pretty well known that they'd take offers for Merriman, he could very well be on the move the next time a team's linebacker goes down.
Potential Suitors: Chicago, New England
The Rams are in the midst of a rebuild and their most valuable trade option is running back Steven Jackson.
In the draft they added Sam Bradford, Rodger Saffold, and Marty Gilyard to their offense and will look to stockpile even more picks in 2011.
The list of suitors for the services of Jackson is quite long and practically limitless, if the Rams decide to make a trade to get more picks, teams will be lined up at their doorstep.
Potential Suitors: New England, Green Bay
Thanks to Miami's stout offensive line and suspensions, Ricky Williams continues to defy age.
Last year he put up 1100 yards and has gotten better each year. That makes Ronnie Brown, who is having a contract dispute, foot injury, and off-field issue, virtually expendable.
Potential Suitors: New England, Cleveland, Green Bay, Detroit
It's only a matter of time before Orton is relocated from Denver.
There's been nothing but praise for first round pick Tim Tebow, and former Browns' first round pick Brady Quinn so far. There has been nothing about Orton.
It's not at all a knock on his abilities, but the potential of the other two quarterbacks just far outmatches anything he can put forth.
Potential Suitors: Buffalo, San Francisco, New Orleans, Chicago
Crayton has made it well known he does not want to be buried on a depth chart featuring Roy Williams, Dez Bryant, and Miles Austin.
He wants out of Dallas, and wants out bad. He's demanded a trade, which Dallas has disagreed with, but for the right price you know Jerry Jones is listening.
Crayton is productive and would give a team of young rookies a steady hand at receiver.
Potential Suitors: Cleveland, Chicago, St Louis
The offseason turmoil involving Roethlisberger has nearly come to an end, but when the Rooney family is in charge, you have to wonder how long they'll let their franchise endure the Ben jokes.
Santonio Holmes, a 1000 yard receiver, was sold off for a mere fifth round pick, will Roethlisberger be next?
With potentially a deep draft class in 2011 featuring Ryan Mallet, Jake Locker, Andrew Luck, Case Keenum, Terrelle Pryor, and Christian Ponder at quarterback, you wonder if they'll be willing to cast aside Ben for a first rounder.
Potential Suitors: Buffalo, San Francisco, Arizona