Given all the ink on how the Pats didn't play TBC much in SD and, especially, Indy, I wonder if this is a sign NOT just that the team has seen enough of Banta-Cain, but also that they feel Woods and Mays might be just as capable of producing in the limited way TBC did, and for far less $$$. Similar to the Ethan Kelley situation - where they felt it was time to give him a shot and see if he could fly (he couldn't) - Tully got his chance to show his colors last year. If the reports are true, clearly he wasn't up to the BAR that BB/Pioli set. So, I guess, it could just be an admission of his failure. My hope, however, is that there's also an element of "Well, these guys could show something so let's move him along so they get THEIR shot." Obviously it's too early to know any of this, but that's what's on my mind, LB-wise, anyway. (That and drafting at least one on Day One.) Thoughts?