I find it remarkable that BB brought in Dom Capers to coach the defensive backs, and think development of this area will be the most intriguing story in training camp. BB apparently thinks a different direction in that part of the defense is warranted, yet it's a mystery as to how, and with what players. I wonder if the soft zone philosophy will be revamped somehow, and if the Giants' Super Bowl-winning miracle drive had any bearing on BB's decision to hire Capers. Even more curious is the fact that Capers (so far) has very little to work with, considering the departures of Samuel, Gay and Wilson, Rodney's diminishing cover skills and Hobbs' characteristically average play. This hopefully will be a big year for Meriweather and, hopefully, Sanders will continue to develop and improve. But there is a HUGE amount of work to be done here. If the jags brought in so far plus whatever rookies are drafted end up being all that Capers has to work with, we'd all better hope that coaching makes the difference.