I have to say that I am impressed with what the Texans have done so far in FA. And what they have done has been pretty much nothing. They did fill two holes at this point by signing former Cowboys CB Reeves, a position that was recently vacated by Von Hutchins, and, taking care of one of our own by signing Andre Davis to fill the void left by our dearly departed girlfriend beatin, pitbull chasin, and often injured kick returning, no ball catching Mathis. Signing Davis was probably more of a splash than most people realized. He has got that sneaky fast speed that people talk about and he really is a legit #2 receiver. He can catch, he can stretch the field, and all last year he was reliable. Reeves I don't know much about but he can't be any worse than what we already had. Plus if Ray Rhodes and Hoke give there stamps of approval I am will to give Reeves the benefit of the doubt and will see how he plays in our scheme before passing judgment. We are supposed to be meeting with Kevin Bentley today. Another not so big FA coming in looking to fill a void left by Anderson. I actually like this visit a lot better than the previous two years where we have attempted to sign depth with pre geriatric LB's looking to make one last paycheck on there way to retirement. Bentley is 28, 6-0 and 238. He should be able to come in and mix it up with Diles for a starting job. I cant tell you how impressed i was that the Texans let Hadnot walk. He said all the right things giving you a warm and fuzzy for the guy, class act, under dog, and a great local boy comes home headline. Smith let the man get on a plane and try and get some other poor sucker to over pay for an average C/G. Hadnot = Milford Brown. I even chuckled when the Cardinals signed him thinking who in there right mind would want any former OLman from the worst unit in football. (Brown was cut the next offseason.) And that is also the what I thought when I heard Hadnot was coming in for a visit. I am not however impressed with, and highly, highly, irritated that we have not signed Demps yet. The man just flat out plays ball, covers, hits, has size and speed. Our secondary instantly got better last year when Demps started and, IMO, was one reason our rookie CB starter was able to shine due to the fact that Demps had his back. Am I saying to back the dump truck of cash up? No. But I am saying get a deal done, or at least try to get one done. He is the best Safety that this franchise has ever had. I am not big on high profile, big name FA's. Most of the time players are products of the system they play in, flourish in that system, and then listen to there agent and demand big money. More times than not it doesn't work out so well. However, I do like Turner for two reasons, I think he is a hard nosed runner that has the ability to carry the load, and it frees up our 18 position and makes it a little bit easier of a decision on what to do. Trading down or trading out of the first round and getting extra picks becomes a little bit easier. I also like the thought of a back field combo of Turner/Taylor. So to sum it up, I like what we have done, we are still building and are not one or two players away from winning it all. We are not throwing money or giving up draft picks. That is something Casserly never understood. I don't think he ever really knew what the condition of his team was.