I'm of the opinion that we shouldn't draft a wide receiver in the first four rounds. Our roster is "full". We have 2 vets plus 3 youngsters that we hope will develop for the future. I can see carrying a 6th receiver (at the expense of another position), but only if this player is a vet. I see no reason to add another youngster. If we were to add a youngster, I would expect that one of our youngsters would be cut. I don't think that it is yet time to give up on any of the three. In 2010, we carried 5 wide receivers, plus a STer who was listed as a receiver. We have three receiving TE's. We really have no need for a 6th wide receiver, especially a draftee. Taking WR's (or anyone) in Rounds 5-7 is fine, but that is much different. Players drafted in the first four rounds ALWAYS make the 53 man squad (or the IR). Drafting early is an implicit commitment of resources.