I think heading into the offseason we had/have definite needs at: QB, WR2, DL, LB, OT, RB, CB, and S. Here's who I can think of that we've atleast looked at and/or signed at those positions: QB: Jeff Garcia, Jake Plummer? WR2: Ashley Lelie DL: James Reed, Zgonina (signed), ND Kalu (signed) LB: Danny Clark (signed), Shawn Barber (signed) OT: Ephraim Salaam (signed), Jordan Black (signed) RB: Ahman Green (signed), Ron Dayne (signed) CB: ......? S: .......? My point is, it seems like Rick Smith and Co. have atleast looked at players to fill alot of our voids in FA, but have we even brought in any notable CB's or safeties? I know it's highly speculative, but do ya think that provides reason to believe they're targeting several secondary players in the draft? We're in good position to get LaRon Landry, Leon Hall, or Reggie Nelson in the first, and a handful of other players in the 2nd and 3rd rounds. The need is there, and the availability is there... I suppose it's also possible they're planning to stay status quo back there, but that doesn't make me very happy. They like Faggins, although he's better suited as a nickelback, IMO. Dunta would make a great #2 if we could get another premier talent to join the tandem. CC and Earl are both SS's, we really need a FS to help prevent, and help make, some big plays. Otherwise they've done well at atleast signing good depth/locker room type guys. Aside of the secondary we still have a glaring need at the WR2 spot, a pass rushing LE, and a starting quality LT. So what say you, based on our actions thus far, are we banking on getting some secondary help with our first day picks?