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http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2010/writers/peter_king/06/06/mmqb/2.html

8. I think if you believe this hasn't been a turnover-filled offseason, you're right. Only 95 starters have left their teams through retirement, free-agency, trades or waivers, according to Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News. Arizona is the biggest loser (seven), Atlanta the least active (zero).

We have lost zero starters from last year and added a couple who we intend to start (Weatherspoon, Robinson). That creates some great depth at those positions. This is the third year of the "process" and we have all of our starters still on the team. We should make a run if everyone stays healthy.

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Where does the Chris Houston trade fit into Peter's discussion, we all know he didn't have much of an impact but it was still a trade.

Well I guess technically at the beginning of the season he was a starter, but Grimes and Owens ended the season starting.

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