More than $5 million of it will likely be spent on signing this year's rookies. Haynesworth is headed for a contract year, so If he finally moves beyond the "could be" stage and actually becomes a consistently great performer, he would have to be the first priority. I think Bennett is very average most years and was less than average last year when the pressure was finally on him to perform. The exception was the streak of games with Volek in '04 when they lit it up. In NFL terms, that was a long time ago for both of them.