One of our pressing needs this offseason is safety. Fortunately for us, the FA class and draft class are both strong this year. Do we go after a young, big name like Byrd, or draft a safety, like Vaccaro or Matt Elam in the 1st round?? My problem is if we do one of these is, we're basically giving up on Tavon Wilson as a big part of the future. Sure, he could still be a role player, but with McCourty at one spot, and a guy like Byrd or Elam at the other safety spot, it wouldn't seem like we'd have any big time plans for Wilson, right?? That's why for me, Ed Reed would be a good way to go. What better way for Wilson to develop then let him watch for a year or two behind one of the greatest to ever play the game?? He might have a bit of a price tag compared to some others, but to me he'd be worth it. So as I asked in the thread title, what should we do??