So the strategy unfolds again: get servicable players into each position on the team so when the draft comes around there is no need or temptation to fill needs. Instead the team is free to draft the best player available or, if there isn't one worthy of the pick, trade down or up into next year. So far we've signed a center, safety, versatile dl, and our special teams aces. Being talked to are an OLB and WR. The other strong need is at guard, and they are probably waiting on Waters (which would be great). QB, RB, TE, slot receiver, OT, ILB, and CB are all workable with the current players (assuming Dowling comes back and plays well). So while some positions are stronger than others, there are no glaring holes going into the draft. All while the other bottom feeding teams keep the ESPNdustry alive with big signings of superstars, thus keeping the revenue from fans with no impulse control flowing into the league and making all of this possible.