For Shaun Rogers
"As much as Eric Mangini has tried to change the culture in Cleveland, one of his biggest challenges now is changing the mind of Browns defensive tackle Shaun Rogers.
Rogers has grown so disenchanted with the situation in Cleveland that he has asked the Browns not to pick up the $6 million option-bonus payment due to him next month, a source close to the defensive tackle said. Rogers would rather be released after one season with the Browns, despite still being owed another $15 million in guaranteed money.
The Browns said Rogers hasn’t asked them to be released.
Cutting Rogers would be difficult to do financially. If the Browns release Rogers, they would have to count more than $9.7 million against their salary cap."
he wants out and they are in the same situation as we are, he wants out but has a larger contract another team would have to take on... which comes out to about even with LJs so just do a switcharoo and say good riddance