The thing that is getting under my skin a little bit is losing Harrison and others like him is inevitable in this day and age but you can't lose your old and young defensive starters at the same time. They're about to loose two of their more talented young players in Lewis and Wallace in addition to Harrison, I understand they made a legitimate offer to Wallace last year and Lewis' play before this season didn't merit a significant attempt to re-sign him. The Wallace departure aggravates me because I still believe they could have attempted to get rid of him and get something in return before the 2012 season, many brought up Miami as a possible trading partner or the 49ers and I bet both of those teams are seriously looking at making a run for his services and both have allot of picks to part with. If (and this is a big if) Worilds explodes on the scene this year we're gonna be in the same predicament we find ourselves in with Lewis, his contract is up after this season and I don't see a whole lot of cap room next year.
Not sure what the answer is but offering "both" Redman and Dwyer tenders isn't exactly the way I'd go about it even though the 1.3 they placed on Dwyer wouldn't get the Lewis deal done but maybe it helps. I'm guessing they figure he's a gonner which is a shame.