Everyone keeps talking about the cost to sign this player or that player. The bottom line is, your gonna end up paying them at sometime anyway. Take for example Sharper. One the downside of a LB's career. Slower, doesn't like to hit anymore, and contract demands big dollars, release or trade him. Greenwood, younger, faster, and he's locked up in the prime of his career to a moderate contract compared to the elite LB's. If he pan's out, bargain, if not, release after the first two years of the contract and it only cost you a signing bonus and a smaller salary within the first couple of seasons. The Texans are actually doing a good job of playing the Salary Cap game. Remember we have a younger team and the name of the game is to keep a core group of guys together, and not hold on to older players, who will demand $$$, based on number of years in the league, not production. Even Glenn is going to beome a casualty, unless he decides he wants to become nickle/dime CB, and help younger players for a smaller salry. Lower production, slower, giving up bigger plays against the elite WR, equals release in the the New NFL! Sometimes you have to take a chance, to get production. Is anyone yelling about the chance on Babin? First round dollars and was a converted DE from college. At least Greenwood has played in the league, learned from Pro Bowlers, and has experience playing the position. Everything is a chance. I would rather the Texans spend money on experience, than spending more time and money on possible draft picks who may or may not pan out! Wong will become the MLB and team leader and we'll be fine!