I know from bleacher report but I really liked this write up and they bring up some interesting points about the wide receiver position. I think ( hope ) this is Dorin time to shine, I keep forgetting how fast he was and I remember at least one highlight real catch last preseason. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-be-the-finishing-touch-to-the-texans-offense following is the part I liked about wide receiver. click link for whole story. A Former Tight End Integral As Well Daniels is likely the main reason why Kubiak chose not to add a receiver from the draft, but a former tight end might have something to do with it as well. Dorin Dickerson, a former All-Big East tight end, may play a bigger role in 2011 than people expect. Dickerson was taken in the seventh round of the 2010 draft and was immediately labeled as a wide receiver conversion project. Not only did the 64, 225-pound tight end have by far the fastest 40-time of his position at the combine, at 4.4 seconds, his sprint was bested by only one wide receiver, Oakland's Jacoby Ford. Dickerson played in only seven games his rookie year, mostly as a depth fill-in and special teams player. The rawness that kept him out of the offense last year may have subsided, though, and even if he is still a work-in-progress, he doesnt need to learn how to be fast or big. Jacoby Jones will likely be an unrestricted free agent once the labor unrest is settled, and while he has flashed his considerable play-making ability, his inconsistency has been maddening. If the Texans choose to let Jones walk, Dickerson may take the role of the deep threat as he continues to develop the rest of his route-running skills. Many Texans fans were wishing for a speedy receiver on draft day, but none were taken. In the end, however, it may be a current and a former tight end that fill that void better than a rookie wideout could in 2011.