Drafted TJ. Traded for PB (Possibly at the expense of letting Aaron Glenn go, as well). Peek assumed to be on the field more this season. Looks like many of us fans who thought our team was too nice, too soft, are seeing a definite trend toward acquiring players with a bit of a mean streak in them. Like it or not, it's a new day. Maybe now we can actually see a team that doesn't treat each NFL game like it's a Cub Scout meeting with cookies and punch afterwards. I don't like the fact that it looks like we'll be missing two cornerstone pieces of our franchise (Sharper, and now possibly Glenn). However, let's not pretend that the player and his agent are the guys in the white hats while the Texans front office wears the black hat. Just because they sign the paychecks doesn't make losing Sharper and Glenn their fault. For all we know, they offered both Sharper AND Glenn a chance to stay (yes, probably for less money) for at least one more season: A one-last-good-bye season for both players. We do have a great front office, so it's just really hard for me to imagine that we've just shafted two gus like Sharper and Glenn. Can't see it happening. In my eyes, they were both told they could stay if they would re-structure...and, that this year's draft would be heavy on defense with the focus of this year being a transition from the "old" to the "new," and it just didn't sit well with Sharper, and supposedly is not sitting well with Glenn and his agent(s). To me, it looks like our front office knows they have enough nice-guy players to send down to the community center for photo shoots and pancake breakfasts with the elderly...now we've got us some enforcers who will ratchet up the nastiness a notch when Sunday rolls around. Thank goodness.