I've been thinking about the linebacking group (maybe obsessively) because barring an injury to, say, Brady, it's the only area that seems even remotely like a potential weakness. Most agree that the Pats will bring in some veteran linebacking help, such as Seau. The problem there, it seems, is that veterans oftentimes having trouble staying healthy & upright for a full season. So, the question is, would the Pats consider pulling a Clemens with Seau or someone similar? That is, bring a guy in as late as possible to allow him to get settled in the rotation, but not have him around so long as to get hurt? Seems to me there's no question this team has a strong regular season, but nobody's going to be happy without a championship. So we bolster the roster late, alleviating any weakness that might stem from a tiring linebacking group. Genius!