It is a great luxury to have both lines in great shape. The only reason to use FA money or the draft to strengthen either is if on draft day a VERY highly rated OL drops 10 or more spots and they can't resist. So here's my take: Use the cap money to resign Graham, Samuel (tag or legit contract), and two 1st and 2nd down starting IL's (Seau and Baker-Fletcher, for example). Move Bruschi back outside, where his body type fits much better, and have a 1st and 2nd down threesome of him, Colvin, and Vrabel. (let B-C go unless he takes a significant home town discount). This gives us the depth we'll need for a LB core that is this old, and a lot of options for mixing it up on passing downs. Witht the rest of the draft, get an IL of the future, then prioritized this way: Safety, WR, Dillon's eventual replacement, and a CB, depending on "best player available."