The 2011 NBA free agent class may not be as star-studded as the highly anticipated 2012 crop, but there's plenty of talent here for teams really looking to improve.
Led by Tyson Chandler, Marc Gasol, David West and Nene, the top-tier talent may be along the front line, but there's plenty of other skilled players very capable of making a sizable imprint with new teams at other positions as well.
Guys like Jason Richardson and Arron Afflalo will be hot commodities on the open market, and there will be no shortage of teams looking to make a very big splash in a short amount of time.
Let's go to work for all 30 franchises.
Note: This slideshow was composed pre-amnesty clause.
Current Roster: SG Joe Johnson, PF Josh Smith, C Al Horford, Pg Kirk Hinrich, SF Marvin Williams, C Zaza Pachulia, PG Jeff Teague, F Pape Sy, F Magnum Rolle. Salary: Approximately $66 million (over expected cap)
Possible Targets: SG Jamal Crawford, C Kwame Brown, SF Tayshaun Prince, SG Shannon Brown, C Spencer Hawes, SG Mo Evans
The Hawks need to find a replacement for Jamal Crawford in the second unit if he doesn't re-sign with the club, but it's going to be tough with limited financial flexibility.
The possibilities for this franchise is going to be highly dependent on potential trades the team executes, but there's no doubt there will be an important emphasis on adding frontline depth behind Al Horford and Josh Smith.
Current Roster: PF Kevin Garnett, SF Paul pierce, SG Ray Allen, PG Rajon Rondo, C Jermaine O'Neal, PG Avery Bradley. Salary: Approximately $64 million (over expected cap)
Possible Targets: F Jeff Green, SG Jamal Crawford, C Kwame Brown, SG Anthony Parker, SG Tracy McGrady, F Carl Landry, SG Michael Redd, G/F Marquis Daniels
The Celtics have to bring back Green after trading fan favorite Kendrick Perkins for him at the deadline last season, but the team must have a more defined role for him if he's going to succeed.
On top of bringing the swingman back, Boston will be looking to add depth beyond its big four (especially at center) and get younger in the reserve unit, but it's important that this team doesn't do anything to compromise the preserved cap space for a loaded 2012 free-agent class.
Current Roster: SF Corey Maggette, PF Boris Diaw, PF Tyrus Thomas, C DeSagana Diop, F Matt Carroll, PG D.J. Augustin, F Eduardo Najera, SG Gerald Henderson, PF D.J. White. Salary: Approximately $48 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: C Kwame Brown, SF Caron Butler, PF/C Chuck Hayes, SF Josh Howard, SG Shannon Brown, PG T.J. Ford, F Jonas Jerebko
Charlotte has question marks abounding throughout the roster, and there's undoubtedly going to be an adjustment period for such a young club.
The Bobcats need to ensure that the club adds some veteran talent to complement exciting youngsters like Kemba Walker and Gerald Henderson, but this team is probably at least another year away from making a legitimate playoff push in the improving Eastern Conference.
Current Roster: PF Carlos Boozer, SF Luol Deng, C Joakim Noah, PG Derrick Rose, G/F Kyle Korever, SG Ronnie Brewer, PG C.J. Watson, C Omer Asik, PG Jannero Pargo, SG Keith BOgans, PF Taj Gibson, PG John Lucas. Salary: Approximately $64 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: SG Jason Richardson, SG Arron Afflalo, SF Mike Dunleavy, SG Michael Redd, PG Ronnie Price, SG Tracy McGrady, SF Josh Howard
The Bulls are locked and loaded for another promising postseason run, but it's critical that the team improves its approach from the shooting guard position and gets better production.
Outside of that, Chicago needs to continue the brand of basketball from last season, and the addition of some size at the end of the bench behind Taj Gibson and Omer Asik would serve as definitive insurance.
Current Roster: PF Antawn Jamison, PG Baron Davis, PF Anderson Varejao, PG Daniel Gibson, PG Ramon Sessions, C Ryan HOllins, SF Omri Caspi, G/F Joey Graham, G/F Christian Eyenga, G/F Alonzo Gee, PF Samardo Samuels, F Luke Harangody, F/C Semih Erden, SG Manny Harris. Salary: Approximately $56 million (under expected cap)
Possible Targets: SG Anthony Parker, SG Shannon Brown, SF Shane Battier, SG Michael Redd, SG Jason Richardson, F Thaddeus Young, F Andrei Kirilenko
The Cavs did well to add some perimeter talent in Omri Casspi prior to the lockout, but it cost the club J.J. Hickson and has left Cleveland extraordinarily thin along the front line.
This is a team that has to focus on improving down low and shop in the bargain bin to address other areas of need, because this transition is not going to be just a one-year process.
Current Roster: PF Dirk Nowitzki, SG Jason Terry, PG Jason Kidd, F Shawn Marion, C Brendan Haywood, G/F Corey Berwer, SG Rudy Fernandez, G Roddy Beaubois, G/F Dominique Jones, C Ian Mahinmi. Salary: Approximately $62 million (over expected cap)
Possible Targets: PG J.J. Barea, C Tyson Chandler, SG DeShawn Stevenson, F Dominic McGuire, PF Troy Murphy, C Etan Thomas, G/F Mike Dunleavy
The Mavericks aren't likely to make a lot of major changes after winning the title last season, but it is going to be important for this group to retain some of its key pieces.
It is of the utmost importance that Chandler is re-signed, and while Barea and Stevenson could both be replaced by others, both played very clearly defined roles for the Mavs, and it seemed to work out quite favorably for the club.
Current Roster: PG Andre Miller, PF Al Harrington, PF/C Chris Andersen, F Danilo Gallinari, C Timofey Mozgov, C Kosta Koufos, PG Ty Lawson. Salary: Approximately $30 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PF Glen Davis, SF Caron Butler, SG Arron Afflalo, SF Gary Forbes, SG Jason Richardson, C Spencer Hawes, SG Marcus Thornton, PG Ronnie Price
Denver lost Wilson Chandler, J.R. Smith and Kenyon Martin from last season's roster to China for the season, and there is going to be a flurry activity for the Nuggets in an effort to fill out the roster.
The club has concerns at every position except for point guard, but it's of the utmost importance to retain Arron Afflalo, who emerged for this team last season as a legitimate contributor and stable force in the backcourt alongside Ty Lawson.
Current Roster: SG Richard Hamilton, SG Ben Gordon, PF Charlie Villanueva, PF Jason Maxiell, PG Will Bynum, PF/C Greg Monroe, C Ben Wallace, F Austin Daye, G Terrico White. Salary: Approximately $48 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PG Rodney Stuckey, PF Glen Davis, C Joel Pryzbilla, F Jonas Jerebko, PF Josh McRoberts, PF Craig Smith, PF Kris Humphries, PF Reggie Evans
The Pistons are in an interesting position as the club looks to rebuild following the John Kuester era, and there's no question that new head coach Lawrence Frank is going to bring a different brand of basketball to Detroit.
After drafting Greg Monroe in 2010, the team added rookie Brandon Knight to its backcourt in 2011, but this team could use some veteran help to serve as reinforcement on a roster that is banking on its youth for success.
Current Roster: PF David Lee, SG Monta Ellis, C Andris Biedrins, SG Charlie Bell, SF Dorell Wright, PF Ekpe Udoh, PG Stephen Curry, PF Louis Amundson, PG Jeremy Lin. Salary: Approximately $49 million (under expected cap)
Possible Targets: SF Tayshaun Prince, SF Reggie Williams, PF Josh McRoberts, C Spencer Hawes, PF Reggie Evans, F Andrei Kirilenko, PG Earl Watson
Golden State is going to be a fun team to watch with new head coach Mark Jackson at the helm of the controls, but the real reason most get excited about this club is its dynamic backcourt duo of Monta Ellis and Stephen Curry.
For the Warriors to present a real challenge to the opposition, the team has to get more from the frontline than last season, and an wild card off the bench in a sixth man role would make this group very entertaining.
Current Roster: SG Kevin Martin, PF Luis Scola, PG Kyle Lowry, C Hasheem Thabeet, PG Jonny Flynn, F/C Jordan Hill, G/F Terrence Williams, SG Courtney Lee, PG Goran Dragic, F Patrick Peterson, SF Chase Budinger, F Marcus Cousin, G/F Marqus Blakely. Salary: Approximately $48 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: SG Jamal Crawford, PG Delonte West, PF/C Nene, PF/C Chuck Hayes, SF Mike Dunleavy, SG Shannon Brown, C Samuel Dalembert
Houston's biggest need heading into the offseason was the lack of size, but the team addressed those concerns to an extent in the draft with Donatas Motiejunas and Marcus Morris.
With Kyle Lowry and Kevin Martin showing that they are a fearsome duo as the starting guards in the club's backcourt, the focus here should be on improving the second unit with a legitimate scorer as well as continuing to add depth.
Current Roster: SF Danny Granger, F James Posey, SG Brandon Rush, SG Dahntay Jones, C Roy Hibbert, G/F Paul George, PF Tyler Hansbrough, G George Hill, PG Darren Collison, PG A.J. Price, PG Lance Stephenson. Salary: Approximately $38 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PF David West, PG Delonte West, C Jeff Foster, F Carl Landry, F Jonas Jerebko, SF Shane Battier, C Aaron Gray, PF/C Tony Battie, SG Mo Evans
Indiana is in a really good spot right now as a team that's unquestionably getting better, and the Pacers have the potential to surprise a lot of people next season.
Adding David West to the fold would be a major win for this group and give the team a really nice combination of West and Roy Hibbert along the front line.
That would be a great pairing alongside Danny Granger and a backcourt that just added George Hill as well.
Current Roster: C Chris Kaman, PG Mo Williams, PF Blake Griffin, G Randy Foye, F Ryan Gomes, SG Eric Gordon, SF Al-Farouq Aminu, PG Eric Bledsoe, F Brian Cook, SG Willie Warren. Salary: Approximately $45 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: C DeAndre Jordan, SG Shannon Brown, PF Troy Murphy, F Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, SG Michael Redd, F Earl Clark, G/F Marquis Daniels
The Clippers don't need to add a lot as this team's future is already largely on the roster, but a few key improvements and alterations to the exciting framework could go a long way.
While the club could use an offensive spark plug in the second unit and a better defensive presence down low in the second unit, the Clippers have a bright future with or without an active offseason.
Current Roster: SG Kobe Bryant, PF Pau Gasol, C Andrew Bynum, F Lamar Odom, SF Ron Artest, SF Luke Walton, PG Steve Blake, PG Derek Fisher, F Matt Barnes, F Devin Ebanks, F Derrick Caracter. Salary: Approximately $91 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: F Dante Cunningham, PF/C Kurt Thomas, PF/C Chris Wilcox, G/F Tracy McGrady, SG Michael Redd, PG T.J. Ford, PG Ramon Sessions, PF Brandan Wright, F Earl Clark, PF Reggie Evans
Fans are going to be looking for the Lakers to make a sizable splash, but the reality of the situation is that the team is just not going to be spending lavishly in free agency whatsoever.
The club has an inordinate amount of money already committed to guys on the roster, and this is a team that will be shopping to find the best discount deals of the offseason to improve the play from the second unit from last season, when it was absolutely putrid.
Current Roster: PF Zach Randolph, SF Rudy Gay, PG Mike Conley, SG O.J. Mayo, G/F Tony Allen, G/F Xavier Henry, F Darrell Arthur, G Greivis Vasquez, F Sam Young, PG Ishmael Smith. Salary: Approximately $55 million (under expected cap)
Possible Targets: C Marc Gasol, SF Shane Battier, PF/C Tony Battie, SG Daequan Cook, PF Chris Wilcox, PF Troy Murphy, C Etan Thomas
The Grizzlies don't need to add much to a loaded roster that is built on its young stars, but this team is going to go down faster than a sinking ship if Marc Gasol signs elsewhere.
Everything else should come secondary, as Gasol's presence inside was the key to the Grizzlies making the surprising postseason run that so many were stunned by last season.
Rudy Gay suffered a season-ending shoulder injury that ended his campaign early, and getting him back into the fold will have a much larger impact than imagined.
Potential Targets: PG T.J. Ford, PF Leon Powe, SG Michael Redd, SG Willie Green, F Earl Clark, PG Earl Watson, C Kyrylo Fesenko
Miami is going to lead by example in how to shop for players who can be had at bargain rates, as this team has its money tied up in the Big Three for the foreseeable future.
Additionally, the Heat have both Udonis Haslem and Joel Anthony on long-term deals, so the biggest remaining needs for this club will be the same they were last season: better production from point guard and a deeper second unit.
Current Roster: C Andrew Bogut, SG Stephen Jackson, PG Beno Udrih, PF Drew Gooden, F Carlos Delfino, PG Shaun Livingston, F Ersan Ilyasova, PG Brandon Jennings, PG Keyon Dooling, F/C Larry Sanders, F/C Jon Brockman. Salary: Approximately $52 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PF Josh McRoberts, SG Shannon Brown, PF Leon Powe, SG Daequan Cook, PF Reggie Evans, C Francisco Elson, SF Josh Howard
Milwaukee likely made its biggest splash when the team acquired Stephen Jackson, Beno Udrih and Shaun Livingston in a draft day deal, but that doesn't mean that this club can't make more moves for the future.
The starting five is under contract for the Bucks, so the biggest needs here are finding a backup behind Stephen Jackson as well as improving the depth in the big-man department behind Andrew Bogut.
Current Roster: SF Michael Beasley, SF Martell Webster, C Darko Milicic, C Brad Miller, PF Kevin Love, C Nikola Pekovic, F Wes Johnson, PG Luke Ridnour, PG Ricky Rubio, PF Anthony Randolph, C Anthony Tolliver, SG Wayne Ellington, G/F Lazar Haywood. Salary: Approximately $49 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PG Delonte West, SG Shannon Brown, SG Tracy McGrady, SG Michael Redd, SG Daequan Cook, SG Nick Young
Minnesota has an interesting makeup of players currently on the roster, but outside of Kevin Love, there's just no way the T-Wolves can bank on any of the guys slated to start to be a surefire bet for production.
The two areas where the biggest question marks reside are at point guard and in the middle, but David Kahn invested highly in both Ricky Rubio and Darko Milicic, so the area of focus will likely be within the reserve group.
Current Roster: PG Deron Williams, SF Travis Outlaw, PG Jordan Farmar, SG Anthony Morrow, C Johan Petro, C Brook Lopez, G/F Damion James, G/F Stephen Graham, PG Sundiata Gaines. Salary: Approximately $41 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PF David West, PF/C Nene, SG Marco Belinelli, SF Mike Dunleavy, SG Anthony Parker, PF Glen Davis, SG Jamal Crawford, PF Kris Humphries
The Nets could be in store for a very promising offseason in the free agent department, but the team's plans will ultimately depend on whether the front office deems a realistic chance at Dwight Howard possible.
The club needs to find a way to entice Deron Williams to sign a long-term deal, and it's of the utmost importance that the club improves the frontline alongside Brook Lopez, and ideally New Jersey won't overpay just to retain Humphries.
Current Roster: PG Chris Paul, C Emeka Okafor, F Trevor Ariza, PG Jarrett Jack, G Quincy Pondexter. Salary: Approximately $42 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: PF Josh McRoberts, PF Reggie Evans, SF Julian Wright, PF Malik Allen, F Earl Clark, SG Shannon Brown, PF Craig Smith, PF Glen Davis, SF Mike Dunleavy, SG Nick Young
The Hornets have to be creative in how the club approaches the free agent market, and it's not going to be with the addition of any flashy names through free agency.
Outside of Chris Paul, Trevor Ariza and Emeka Okafor, the Hornets have holes all over the roster and have to find a way to fill those efficiently without jeopardizing future payroll flexibility.
The 2012 offseason could have this team looking very different than it does now.
Current Roster: SF Carmelo Anthony, PF Amar'e Stoudemire, PG Chauncey Billups, PF Ronny Turiaf, F Renaldo Balkman, PG Toney Douglas, F Bill Walker, G Andy Rautins, G Landry Fields. Salary: Approximately $61 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: F Shawne Williams, SG Roger Mason, C Kwame Brown, C Spencer Hawes, PG Earl Watson, C Aaron Gray
The Knicks have intentions to preserve cap space for 2012, but the team does need to figure out how to fill out some needs on the roster without spending too much money.
The club's most pressing need is to find a center capable of manning the position more effectively than Ronny Turiaf, and frankly, everything else should come as a very distant second.
Current Roster: SF Kevin Durant, C Kendrick Perkins, PG Russell Westbrook, SG James Harden, PG Nate Robinson, C Nazr Mohammed, SG Thabo Sefolosha, PF Nick Collison, SG Daequan Cook, C Cole Aldrich, PG Eric Mayor, C Byron Mullens, PF Serge Ibaka, PG Royal Ivey, G Robert Vaden. Salary: Approximately $54 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: SG Daequan Cook, PF Troy Murphy, SF Shane Battier, PF Leon Powe, SF Josh Howard
Oklahoma City is in an unbelievable position to really show the league just how talented this group is as currently constructed, and the Thunder really don't need much to enjoy another successful season.
The biggest area of need for this team will be maintaining production behind Serge Ibaka and Kendrick Perkins on the front line, but there's plenty of reason to believe this is a club that has a legitimate opportunity to ascend to unforeseen heights.
Current Roster: C Dwight Howard, PG Gilbert Arenas, F Hedo Turkoglu, PG Jameer Nelson, SG J.J. Redick, PF Brandon Bass, PG Chris Duhon, SG Quentin Richardson, PF Ryan Anderson, PF/C Daniel Orton. Salary: Approximately $76 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: C Aaron Gray, SG Marcus Thornton, F Earl Clark, SG Shannon Brown, C Jeff Foster, SF Tayshaun Prince
It's hard to imagine how the Magic plan to approach free agency before the amnesty-cut casualties are made official, as that's the time when this team's payroll will really open up.
The most obvious needs for Orlando are to find someone capable of giving Dwight Howard a break from time to time, as well as locating someone who can serve in the sixth-man role vacated by J.J. Redick, who is likely ticketed to the starting five.
Current Roster: PF Elton Brand, SF Andre Iguodala, F Andres Nocioni, PG Louis Williams, G/F Evan Turner, F/C Marreese Speights, PG Jrue Holiday, F Craig Brackins, SG Jodie Meeks. Salary: Approximately $54 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: SF Thaddeus Young, C Kwame Brown, C Aaron Gray, PF/C Tony Battie, C Francisco Elson, PF Reggie Evans, SG Shannon Brown, SG Jamal Crawford, C Samuel Dalembert
Philadelphia is another team that turned a fair amount of heads last season in the first season under Doug Collins, and this young group has the potential to be really good going forward.
However, in order to fulfill that potential, the club has to re-sign Thaddeus Young, as well as find a legitimate starting center capable of playing major minutes on a nightly basis.
Current Roster: PG Steve Nash, C Marcin Gortat, G/F Josh Childress, F/C Channing Frye, G/F Mickael Pietrus, SG Jared Dudley, PF Hakim Warrick, C Robin Lopez, F Gani Lawal. Salary: Approximately $66 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: C Kwame Brown, PG T.J. Ford, SG Anthony Parker, SF Caron Butler, PF/C Chuck Hayes, SG Shannon Brown, C Spencer Hawes, SF Grant Hill
The Suns are going through a rebuilding process whether the team would like to admit it or not, and it's clear that this club has to construct itself with an eye toward the future.
Backup point guard Aaron Brooks has signed in China for the upcoming year, so finding a reliable backup to Steve Nash should be the first item on the Phoenix offseason wish list.
Current Roster: SG Brandon Roy, C Marcus Camby, PF LaMarcus Aldridge, F Gerald Wallace, PG Raymond Felton, SG Wes Matthews, SF Nicolas Batum, F Luke Babbitt, PG Elliot Williams, F/C Earl Barron, C Chris Johnson, PG Armon Johnson. Salary: Approximately $73 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: SG Jamal Crawford, PF/C Chuck Hayes, PF Glen Davis, C Greg Oden, PF Chris Wilcox, PF Josh McRoberts, PF Leon Powe, C Samuel Dalembert
The Trail Blazers have been heavily linked to Jamal Crawford thanks to constant Twitter speculation that LaMarcus Aldridge would like him to join the fold, but the real necessities for this rapidly rising club comes outside of the shooting guard position.
Portland needs to find someone to rely on for major minutes at the center position, with Marcus Camby far from a slam dunk to remain healthy for the entire season. Anything the club can get out of Greg Oden has to be considered a plus.
Current Roster: SG John Salmons, SG Francisco Garcia, PG Tyreke Evans, C DeMarcus Cousins, PF Jason Thompson, PF J.J. Hickson, F Donte Greene, PF/C Hassan Whiteside. Salary: Approximately $29 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: SG Marcus Thornton, C Kyrylo Fesenko, C Francisco Elson, PF Reggie Evans, C Spencer Hawes, C Aaron Gray, F Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, F Andrei Kirilenko, C Marc Gasol
Sacramento is really intriguing as the team has a tad under $30 million committed to players, but that doesn't include Marcus Thornton, who is expected to be retained on a multi-year contract.
The team has an unbelievable amount available, and it will certainly be fun to see how the club spends it, and there's plenty of room for the team to make a splash even after the Kings sign their rookies.
Current Roster: PF Tim Duncan, SG Manu Ginobili, PG Tony Parker, SF Richard Jefferson, F Tiago Splitter, F/C Matt Bonner, SG James Anderson, PF/C DeJuan Blair, F Danny Green, F Da'Sean Butler, G Gary Neal. Salary: Approximately $68 million (over expected cap)
Potential Targets: C Samuel Dalembert, SG Jason Richardson, F Earl Clark, PF Kris Humphries, PF Leon Powe, SF Shane Battier, SF Mike Dunleavy, SG Tracy McGrady, F Jonas Jerebko
The Spurs need to transition to a new era after Tim Duncan, and that's not going to be easy as this team has been a fixture atop the Western Conference since he was drafted.
San Antonio needs to find a way to usher in a more youthful era of basketball as well as finding a long-term man in the middle.
There are several interesting routes the team could go in an effort to remain competitive into the future.
Current Roster: PG Jose Calderon, C Andrea Bargnani, SG Leandro Barbosa, PF Amir Johnson, SF Linas Kleiza, PG Jerryd Bayless, SG DeMar DeRozan, PF Ed Davis, SF James Johnson, C Solomon Alabi. Salary: Approximately $47 million (under expected cap)
Possible Targets: F Jeff Green, SF Caron Butler, SF Tayshaun Prince, PF/C Chuck Hayes, SF Mike Dunleavy, SF Thaddeus Young, SF Marquis Daniels
The Raptors are going to have to get creative in free agency and lure some big names to Canada, and that might mean this club has to use slightly unorthodox lineups.
Butler would be a really interesting fit for the team, as he could serve as a stabilizing force on both ends of the floor, but it was obvious that the experiment for Andrea Bargnani to serve as the primary option on offense blew up in this team's face last season.
There's a lot of work ahead, but plenty of time to right the ship in Toronto.
Current Roster: C Al Jefferson, C Mehmet Okur, PG Devin Harris, PF Paul Millsap, PF Derrick Favors, G/F C.J. Miles, SG Raja Bell, SG Gordon Hayward, F Jeremy Evans. Salary: Approximately $57 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: F Andrei Kirilenko, PG T.J. Ford, G/F Steve Novak, PG Anthony Carter, PG Sebastian Telfair, SG Shannon Brown
Utah is going to be better than some are expecting, as this team now has both impressive size beneath the cup as well as some skilled perimeter players to help stretch the floor.
The loss of two veteran point guards to free agency behind Devin Harris hurts, but there's every reason to believe that the team will be able to replace both should they leave via free agency.
Current Roster: SF Rashard Lewis, PF Andray Blatche, PG John Wall, C JaVale McGee, F Kevin Seraphin, F Trevor Booker, SG Jordan Crawford. Salary: Approximately $40 million (under expected cap)
Potential Targets: SG Nick Young, C Aaron Gray, F Jeff Green, PG T.J. Ford, PF/C Chris Wilcox, PF Glen Davis, PF/C Kurt Thomas
The Wizards have a very young team led by John Wall, and despite the impressive play from Jordan Crawford last season, there seems to be a mutual interest between Young and Washington to continue the relationship as employer and employee.
Washington might be looking to replace Rashard Lewis if he winds up as an amnesty cap casualty, but this is a team that has more promise than not within the current roster.
However, size remains somewhat of an issue behind McGee in the middle.