I'm psyched to have Welker in the fold, but I'm a little bummed that we don't have a 2nd round pick going into the draft. (I'm not saying that I'd rather have the pick than Welker). On draft day it will be hard to watch all of the quality players coming off the board between pick 28 and 92. The way our draft picks are structured, if the blue chip first round prospects at our positions of need (Willis, Landry, Hall, Revis, Houston, others) come off the board before we pick (likely), BB may be forced to "reach" and take 2nd round talent in round 1. The upside of course is an extra year on a rookie contract, the downside is you may not be maximizing trade pick value. In other words, if the next player on our board grades as a mid-second rounder, shouldn't we trade the first rounder and pick up a mid second rounder and an additional pick? I'm curious to see how BB/Pioli manage this draft and how far they may reach (if at all) in round 1.