Offense won't be addressed in round one, nor will the secondary. No matter what fans think of DeCastro and Konz, it just won't happen...not with the defense we rolled out last year. And with the depth at OG and C in this draft, that will happen later, if at all. Whether we move up, move down or stay where we are will depend on who's still on the board and what we're offered, but the handwriting is already on the wall, in my opinion...we are looking for disruptive players at DL or OLB. No, you don't draft backups in round one, but on defense you do pick up disruptive players up front for the rotation and as starters. DL: 1. Cox, DE, Miss.St.....6'4"...298.....4.77 (40) 2. Brockers, DE, LSU...6'5"...322.....5.0 3. Ta'amu, NT, Wash...6'2"...348.....5.3 OLB: 1. Perry, USC.......6'2.5"...271.....4.59 (40) 2. Branch, Clem....6'4".....260.....4.67 There are bigger names in the draft, but I think these are the most disruptive guys in the front seven that also fit Red's type. Coples is a pure 4-3 DE who plays when he wants too...not a worker. Ingram has 30" arms and can't beat the best protectors...not even a tackle in senior bowl. Merciles is a one year wonder....how did the kid from Illinois last year do in his rookie year? My personal favorite is Perry...with Spencer signed, Perry gets one year in rotation to make the same move from DE to OLB that Ware made. He would be an awesome player opposite Ware, but he's also capable of playing Ware's role. People have been talking about what happens to the offense if Witten goes down, but that's nothing compared to what happens to the Defense if Ware goes down, gets nicked up, or simply needs a blow...he's the only pass rush. I know it's blasphemy, but as great a OG prospect as DeCastro is, I'm still not convinced he'll be drafted ahead of Glenn from Georgia, who brings the great mobility for his size along with the body and experience of playing both tackle spots as well. We brought in no one In free agency who can be disruptive on defense while solidifying ILB, CB, and safety. Round one is going to offer us a chance to add quality guys up front who can collapse the pocket and OLBs who have the size, strength, quickness, and moves to get after the QB. If there's any thought about another OG, C, or OT, it won't happen in round one.