We all know I'm a big fan of Kenbrell,his extreme work ethic,obsession for more speed/explosion/flexibility,and his potential. I know its just ota/minicamp/early training camp buts its encouraging to see he is consistently standing out and making bigger type plays. We have heard how he and his cousin Antonio Brown have Jerry Rice work ethics,especially Kenbrell who knew he had to get as fast/explosive/impressive as he can being an UFA. Antonio acknowledges his new age workout technique and hard training was the major factor in his breakout. Kenbrell made some nice flashes for a very raw rookie and we hope so far is just the start of how good he will look on the field and the hard work is paying off. Antonio acknowledged Kenbrell had more ability than he did to begin with. I don't think its unrealistic to think Kenbrell could have a breakout somewhat close to Browns. Reporters and coaches alike say he appears faster and quicker than last season with more confidence in his hands. This isn't just about KT of course. Dobson showed some very nice deep second gear speed when he pulled away from 2 steelers DBs including Taylor. He showed very good overall ability to get open and separate both deep and intermediate. He showed very sudden breaks and burst as well as dynamic leaping and diving adjustments to the ball. If he didn't have rookie jitters and held onto some if those leaping/diving catches his rookie production would standout and the NFL would be expecting a big year 2 from him in the way of Keenan Allen. While Dobson usually makes those big catches seem routine,it was probably rookie nerves. You can't call his hands shaky because those were not checkdown or 7/8 route drops. But still he is known to make those catches which is exciting because the experience and confidence he will add and then will make those kind of big tough plays seem routine. That's now 2 WRs that could realistically be consistent playmakers intermediate and deep or outside hash along the sideline. As consistent as Edelman was last year and we expect at least 80 catches from him this year of the chain moving variety that's slightly undervalued. It would be an improvement to our offense overall if Boyce shows enough progress to win some snaps in the slot. His big time speed and explosion could exploit defenses and take them out of rhythm trying to defend his big play deep speed ability from the slot. Some big plays out of the slot would be a real weapon for us and disrupt the defense or put them on their heels. Trying to defend the speed and playmaking ability of Dobson/KT/Boyce iplaymatype/Gronk/Vereens speed and pass catching talent out of the backfield is some serious speed/size/explosiveness/playmaking ability to rock defenses on their heels and strike some fear in them. The potential of the best TE ever, one of the best pass catching RB threats with speed and ability as a RB as well, an established and ready Dobson to make consistent big plays and speed to burn a defense for a TD on any play. The realistic possibility that KT could step up as well and be anything close to his cousin and Boyce could be as feared a big play threat there is in the NFL from the slot. The shorter types of routes will be there for him all because the fear he goes deep. Or those short catches could go the distance on any play due to 4.34 speed the defense must account for. Vereen could burn the defense for a big play if they try covering his 4.45 speed with a LB or slower SS including Chancellor. Lmao could you imagine what Vereen would do to Chancellor. But for all this to click Boyce must earn trust to share snaps from the slot and Dobson and KT have to step up and make that jump. KT has stood out with every opportunity at training camps which gives us some reason for confidence. If we make any offensive moves. I would like to trade for Carl Nicks or any standout guard or center with established power/athletic ability to handle NTs or quicker DTs one on one. Rather than all this needed double team blocks to handle the better DTs like pathetic wendall/Connolly. I would trade a #2 round pick in 0.3 seconds to get us an established guard or center and a Superbowl trophy. While knowing Connolly/Wendall could cost us a championship in many ways. They could cause Brady to be injured. They Will sabotage our offense and its timing and limit routes. They will stunt the development of our young WR talent by allowing pressure and throw off their timing with Brady and disrupt their confidence. For just a round2 pick it could be the difference in a dominant oline or a repeat of last years embarrassment of an intetior oline protecting the best qb in the league.While we have some young guys, they are rookies and bill is no fan of coaching rookie OLineman or recoaching them new positions like Fleming to guard or Halapio to center if wendall and stork struggle. While Cannon is an upgrade at RG they are an injury away from Wendall/Connolly again. Its better to fortify our line and know it will be a strength instead of a liability and just part with a friggin draft pick. If they really are considering Johnson and want another WR I'm against Johnson. He is 33 and I like our young WR talent. And we could get Denarius Moore for a Round6 pick. He has shown ridiculous talent but lacks discipline/coaching/work ethic/craft in that trainwreck of an offense ran by Pryor. He is youngandst talented and Sterling Sharp said he believes he has top10 talent and some well ran offense with a real QB and coach are going to get a major Steal. He said it when they were reported willing to trade Denarius Moore. While I like our young WRs you can't argue against getting a wr with that much talent for a late round pick. Especially if reports are true they are interested in Andre Johnson adding another WR. I don't care for Lafell at all. He isn't fast or athletic to separate and he drops passes. He is the definition of mediocre at best. The panthers were much higher on the WR they got in round6 the same year Lafell was drafted before the other WR was injured.