I'm in general agreement with the boards and media that this team needs RB depth and help at safety. However, I don't get this almost universally held belief that it needs LB help- probably high in the draft. I believe we have 6 LBs that belong on a winning team's 53 man roster: DRyans- good to very good MLB Bentley- primary backup LB- good enough to be primary backup on championship caliber team Adibi- When he played, he looked very good. Health is a concern but I'd hardly call him Dan Morgan at this point. Has the potential to be an elite WLB. Diles- The light went on for him in week 4. I think he's clearly a starting caliber OLB and the team expects him healthy for minicamp. Chaun Thompson- Missing in action due to training camp injury. However, he doesn't have a history of injury problems and has the size and athleticism to rush the passer or play a traditional SLB. He's pretty young and had success as a player on a bad Cleveland team. Coley- Excellent special teams player and a very sure tackler. He sure looked good in the preseason. Though I agree that uncertainty exists regarding Adibi and Diles, I think the depth is very good as is the versatility and potential of the group. How can this be a greater need than our interior OLine? Myers and Briesel have low ceilings, Pitts will be a free agent, and White doesn't belong on a championship caliber team. Beyond that, Studdard is the primary backup and he's not athletic enought to caddy for Vince YOung, much less protect Matt Schuab. Am I the only person who saw the Cowboy preseason game last year when he imitated an overturned turtle for three quarters? Someone explain to me why LB is such a major need for this team!- In other words, why is Adibi and Diles going to fail and why isn't Bentley, Coley, and Thompson quality depth?