The Minnesota Vikings clearly have a lot of holes on both sides of the ball.
They don't have a starting quarterback.
They need to revamp their offensive and defensive lines.
They could be losing veterans Ray Edwards, Pat Williams, and even possibly Sidney Rice.
They will probably look to the draft to fill some of these holes, but that can't be the answer to all of their questions.
Eventually, free agency will open back up and could be an avenue for the Vikings to fill some holes as well.
They should also take this off-season as an opportunity to relinquish some players whose performances have been inadequate over the last few seasons.
Releasing or choosing not to resign some of these players could not only create some roster space, but clear out some major cap space as well. The added cap space could be very useful in retaining important players like Sidney Rice or Adrian Peterson, who is a free agent after the 2011 season.
Here are some players that the Vikings could do without moving into the 2011 season.