I mean, we have Hamlin at F.S. locked up for next 5 years roughyl, don't remember exact length of contract and it's irrelevant to my point, so after seeing how much Roy Williams covering abilities or lack of has hurt us in the past at S.S., and the way T.E.'s are so athletic and fast these days, do you think we'd be better off drafting a F.S. and moving him to S.S., thus maybe losing a little in the run support to a true S.S. but gaining a ton of coverage abilities to cover these fast and athletic T.E.'s the NFL is filled with nowadays? I personally would rather lose a little in run support if our S.S. could cover like a F.S.! Ideally you'd like to have both, a nice big S.S. who can run with speed and keep up with the T.E.'s and cover the slot receiver also along with givign good run support, but I just think the way the NFL is now, I think you need better cover safeties more so then the Roy Williams run support type S.S.'s of years past. I mean, they're used to be only one really great pass catching T.E. in a guy like Tony Gonzalez, now it seems like every NFL team has a big, fast, athletic type T.E., thus making it more important then ever to have a S.S. who can COVER, along with the fact teams are running more 3 W.R. sets also. So, do we draft a F.S. who can also play the run pretty good and turn him into a S.S., or just draft a pure S.S. of the old days who's great at stuffing the run ala Roy Williams but who's a liability of sort in the passing game? Personally I'd like to take F.S. who can cover like a corner and turn him into a S.S. and would rather have a little less run support, but gain a big advantage having two safeties who can really cover guys. Although there are a few S.S.'s who I like who are good in both areas, I would want to trade up in round 2 (assuming we cut Roy) and grab Myron Rolle or Patrick Chung.