In perusing draft possibilities and rehashing the performance of the LB corps,many have been commenting on the need for younger additions to build depth and take over for some of our over-30 LB's in 2007 and on. Lists have been compiled of "tweeners", DE/OLB types, whose various attributes have been discussed ad naseum. To qoute a familiar phrase, "that isn't what we're looking for." We've got them. Every blessed LB we have is one. We need one good run-stuffing ILB. Not the same as a run-tackling LB. The kind who initiate contact with guards and fullbacks. Within 1 yd of the LOS. C. Brown isn't it. Biesel isn't. It isn't really Vrabel's thing and never was Tedy's. We had success stopping the run the end of last season by stunting to compensate for not having that one ILB. Our front 3 played admirably but won't make it through a full season without being victimized again by cut blocks if we don't have someone to clog those holes. Comments?