Philip Rivers, Josh Freeman, Matthew Stafford, Matt Cassel and Kevin Kolb. The hit list keeps growing.

Vikings defensive end Jared Allen has recorded a sack in every game this fall. And with 8.5 sacks on the season, he is well on his way to recording his 100th career sack by year’s end. He needs only 8.5 more.
 
But this week, in an “Open Locker Room” segment on the NFL Network, Allen was asked to put together a list of five folks outside of football he’d love to sack if given the chance. His wish list?
 
1.       Tom Cruise
2.       Johnny Depp
3.       Former Chiefs general manager Carl Peterson
4.       All politicians
5.       All reality TV stars
 
Why Cruise?
 
"He's just kind of lost it these days," Allen said.
 
Allen's also got strong feelings on reality stars. "Be famous for having a talent, not just for being dramatic and catty."
 
Allen was joined on the "Open Locker Room" segment by Indianapolis center Jeff Saturday. And both Pro Bowlers were asked what they thought about LeBron James’ ability to play in the NFL. The NBA star stirred up conversation earlier this week, engaging in a Twitter exchange with ESPN NFL analyst John Clayton. James, staring at a lockout situation that could wipe away the entire NBA season, asked Clayton when the deadline for free agent signing in the NFL was.
 
That immediately created quite a buzz, with folks across the NFL weighing in on James' potential to be a playmaker in the NFL as a tight end.
 
Said Allen: “There are worse athletes playing in the NFL right now, so I’m sure he could play. I’m not sure if he could play week to week because he’s kind of tall and I know guys, like our cornerback Antoine Winfield, are going to take him out at the knees.”
 
Added Saturday: “First of all, I think it’s going to be a major pay cut for LeBron to try and play a little in the NFL. I think he’s used to a little bit [bigger] paycheck than he would be getting as a league minimum guy. But he would be a tall target to go low on. He might be able to play for a bit, but I think he may hurt after some time.”
 
Here’s a video excerpt from the "Open Locker Room" segment. We will post video of the full segment when the NFL makes it available.