S Consensus top priority seems to be safety. I agree there. Troy just isn't Troy anymore and Clark and Allen aren't getting any younger. OLB If Heyward is for sure going to be a DE, then OLB is obviously right up there with safety. Is Worilds really the guy to take over for Harrison? I don't really think so. After those two, it's really a bit fuzzy. RB What has happened to Rashard Mendenhall? Two years ago it looked like he was set to be the long-term guy who could be counted on to win games when the passing game wasn't there. Now he can't stay healthy and can barely hang on to the damn ball. Total regression here. Very disappointing. I don't like Redman that much. I think he's pretty bland and doesn't really offer anything Dwyer can't do better. But still, both have shown they aren't exactly the type of guys you want to lean on for an extended period of time. And as for Rainey, he will never have the size to handle more than 10 carries a game. So, perhaps running back is an issue now. It would be nice if Mendenhall woke up and started playing again. This position is supposed to be locked down. WR If they re-sign or franchise Wallace and Sanders, WR isn't much of a concern. If they don't, then well, it could be. DT Is McClendon the guy to succeed Hampton? It seems that way, but they're still going to need depth. I really don't see Casey playing another year. TE Sad to say Heath isn't on the right side of 30 anymore. While I think he's the type of player that could play well into his mid-30s, it's not something I'd want to bank on. Paulson seems to be a solid "potential" guy, but if there's an opportunity to grab someone who can offer a bit more assurance, I'd go for it. QB Ben also isn't getting any younger. However, I think it's a couple of seasons too soon to be looking for a new QB. I really don't see them looking at QBs for anything more than a Batch/Leftwich replacement. So, I'd probably go: 1. Safety 2. Outside Linebacker 3. Defensive Tackle 4. Running Back 5. Tight End *WR if they let Wallace and/or Sanders go. *LB depth *QB depth What do you know, CB and OL aren't on the list...when's the last time that happened?