Here’s one for all the Ryan Cook haters: PFT reports that the Bengals and former All-Pro right tackle Willie Anderson are in the midst of a contract disagreement that could end with Anderson being cut. Anderson was arguably the best right tackle in the league for several years, so good that, prior to 2006, Cincinnati signed him to a five year, $32 million extension. His 2007 season was ruined by a foot injury however, and this year he found himself having to compete with Stacy Andrews, whom the team slapped the franchise tag on and signed to a lucrative one-year tender. Now Andrews has locked up the starting right tackle spot and the team is asking Anderson to take a pay cut. If he refuses to take less pay he could very well be released. With our pal Ryan Cook impressing no one this preseason, it would seem a no-brainer that the Vikings would at least bring Anderson in to take a look. He’s 33 and coming off an injury but even on one foot he’s got to be better than Cook.