The 2010 season for the Washington Redskins is quickly forgettable.
From the last-place finish, the lack of offense, and a porous defense that ranked near the bottom of the NFL, the 2010 Redskins quickly faded into the ghosts of past abysmal failures for the franchise.
The biggest headline of last year for Washington was the way incoming head coach Mike Shanahan and his ne'er-do-well son Kyle treated newly acquired quarterback Donovan McNabb. While McNabb struggled with an inept offense, he quickly bore the scorn of the Shanahans and was demoted to third-string status.
Now McNabb is with the Minnesota Vikings, and Washington will have to pay for this mistake in the future, having given up two healthy draft picks for his services and getting little in return after trading the Pro Bowl quarterback who still has a chance at induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
McNabb isn't the only one to have been shorn from the current roster. There are a pile of players who will not be back. Productive men like Carlos Rogers and Rocky McIntosh are free agents, which leaves no guarantees they return even if the Redskins want them back.
Here are five 2010 roster members Redskins fans wouldn't mind not being part of the 2011 team.