Is the FO is planning for life without Troy Brown? Really, I started thinking that Troy was on the outs when the Pats moved aggressively to acquire Welker. With the Stallworth signing, is there even roster space for Troy? I have the depth chart at WR listed: #1 Stallworth -outside #2 Gaffney (not Caldwell!!) #3 Welker -slot #4 Caldwell #5 Jackson How, exactly, is Brown doing to see the field? Even if the team goes 5-wide, he's not a sure thing to get the fifth spot. Remember, we still have Watson, Brady AND Thomas to compete as the fifth receiver from the five wide. How do you like Brian Leonard at #28, now? With WR packed so tight with talent, a first rounder at WR would not seem prudent. Not that BB hasn't proven willing to draft BPA in the first round, even if that person is the #3 TE or #2 NT... or an OG. But taking a WR to play behind at least four talented veterans, and a promising sophomore, seems risky and wasteful. Adalius takes the urgency out of drafting an OLB, if Seau comes back ILB is really not an urgent need. If #24 addresses depth in the secondary, then it leaves the FO free to do whatever with #28. The idea of filling out the offensive backfield with a team-first, versatile, physical player like Leonard seems like pretty close to idea.