Much has been made this week about how Sunday's game against the Eagles might be the final one in WR Roy Williams' disappointing time in Dallas. But he would not be the only one. It's likely that other high-priced veterans could be on the move, including two starting offensive linemen. The right side of the O-line soon could require a makeover if the team moves on from ORG Leonard Davis, who was benched at one point, and ORT Marc Colombo, who has battled injuries throughout his career and might be hitting the point of no return in his career. RB Marion Barber long has been rumored to be on his way out, especially now that Tashard Choice has stepped up in his absence. DE Marcus Spears never has lived up to his reputation and could be allowed to walk, as could disappointing FS Alan Ball, who struggled most of the season, and aging ILB Keith Brooking. It would appear unlikely, however, that OLG Kyle Kosier also would be let go if Davis and Colombo are not brought back, and talk of CB Terence Newman getting cut appears premature at this point, too.