Decisions, decisions, decisions.
For the Seattle Seahawks, the past two seasons Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider have made a case of cleaning house to make the team younger and faster in their effort to rebuild.
In doing so, the Hawks have said goodbye to several key veterans from the past decade who contributed to arguably the most successful stretch in franchise history.
By early next year, it would seem likely that the collective braintrust will continue to do the same by shedding nearly all traces of Mike Holmgren's and Tim Ruskell's leadership from the team's roster.
While there's still quite a bit of football left to play, it's never too early to take a look to see who the Hawks may part ways with after this season, especially with the 'Hawks now all but hanging by a thread for a playoff spot.
One would imagine that both Red Bryant and Marshawn Lynch would be two of the team's biggest priorities given their emergence during this season, yet there are no guarantees that either will re-sign.
So for today, let's take a few minutes to see which of the current 'Hawks bigger names may not be around next season in Seattle...