Hopefully a trade will Dallas will help us both: Gorin for a LB. This would be great because it would tell us tha Kaycur will be back soon and that Britt is improving, and the O'Callaghan is all he seems to be. When everyone is fully healthy, we should really like the result at LB and OL. We long ago finished our additions to the secondary: the re-signings, the free agents and the returns from injury. No Law, but many minor improvements. ------------------------ Now, pioli will deal with the real issues at receiver. Of course, all will be well; drink the koolaid, and hope for the parlay: 1) Branch will be back for Game 1, perhaps even with a long-term contract. 2) Graham will be healthy, and perhaps even sign an extension. 3) Caldwell will be as productive as Patten was for us. 4) Jackson will miraculously heal, become a veteran, and be a valuable addition to the offense in his first year. 5) Troy Brown (fresh from possible retirement last year) will be the Troy of five year's ago. 6) Childress or someone else will step up, be a returner, and be able to step in for a few key contributing plays each game. Personally, I think it takes a lot of koolaid. I agree with aj that we ONLY need to end up with three effective receivers; that's all we've ever had. That being said, I don't know who they are. I understand that Brady spreads the ball out, sometimes to 10 players a game, but it would be good to have three effective healthy wide receivers who actually play wide receiver.