I don't really see how anyone can disagree with Charles' assessment regarding the benefits of being able to pay players under market value (who wouldn't want Sage performance at Eagle Claw price??) and it's all over the roster not just QB. The entire secondary was less expensive than Darrelle Revis was. It's not a knock against the Seahawks, it's a testament to drafting well. It's allowed them to splurge at defensive end, trade for Harvin (even if it didn't pay huge dividends this past season) and still be in good shape this year. On top of the likely cuts of Miller and Rice, I wouldn't be surprised if Chris Clemons is let go also.