We KNOW our situation at OLB. We have Banta-Cain, Burgess, Woods, Cunningham and Ninkovich. We will see how quickly Cunningham develops. Crable could beat out one of the five for a roster position, or not. Guyton could even play some OLB, although he wouldn't take awqay a roster spot. We have our six OLB's and should have a competitive camp. While this is a weakness, improvements at ILB and corner should help the play at OLB. ========================================== It seems that the biggest question mark for camp and the preseason is OFFENSIVE GUARD. Mankins appears to be gone. We don't know how many games to count on Neal for; we certainly need to be well prepared for Neal to be out for some games during the year. And it's not as if the guards benefit from great play by our starting center. This unit will need help over the next couple of years. For now, we have THREE roster spots at stake: starting LG and two backup interior linemen, one of whom must be our Game Day backup center. Whether Kaczur plays any guard or not, he is one of the four OT's along with Light, Vollmer and LeVoir. Welch is likely headed for the Practice Squad; there is certainly no need for him on the 53. =========================================== So, we have KOPPEN and NEAL and THREE from Connolly, Orhnberger, Bussey, Larsen, Wendell, and perhaps an acquisition still TBD =========================================== I take it back! Maybe OLB is NOT the weakest position on the team.