I'm re-watching some of these games so there probably will be updates. WR Zuriel Smith: Made some nice tough short yardage catches. He is a little slow creating seperation, but he does get open for an accurate QB. His punt returns haven't been anything flashy yet, but he makes good decisions. He had one really nice block on a reverse, but I was disappointed with him being slow off the line on a running play where he would have been blocking upfield if the RB had made it through the line. LG Nick Steitz: This kid looked promising in the first half of his game. He is very mobile and his head is on a swivel to identify new threats. He has done a decent job on the LBs when he goes to the next level, and the DT was starting to stunt away from him, we'll see what the second half shows. The only real complaint is on his nastiness quotient, perhaps Dante' can feed him some raw meat. CB Antwain Spann: Second string on the depth chart at RCB. He was in on special teams, but didn't stand out. WR Rich Musinski: Picked apart the cover two zone with two nice crossing patterns, made a couple tough short yardage catches. Promising. LT Jeff Roehl: Looked very good in pass protection, demonstrated some excellent mobility. I need to watch more with some slow-mo to finish this assessment. SS Ray Ventrone: Looked like Stone on his open field tackling, trying too hard for the big hit and making more whiffs then I like. Made some really sweet hits, and made one serious mental error with a blow to the helmet giving the opposition a 15 yard freebie on their final drive to try and win the game. If he can play more under control to ensure he doesn't miss tackles, I'd be much happier. RB Earl Charles: On IR.