...and the boogie woogie flu, which looks like this. Okay, let me get to work. ~rolls up sleeves~ Some of my Free Agency plans are out the door. But some are still intact. It is beginning to look like this is a year where Jerry goes all in in Free Agency trying to get over the hump. So... Bring back...Anthony Spencer, Mat McBriar, Tony Fiammetta, and Laurent Robinson. I know people are not crazy about Spencer, but the team does not agree with you on his worth. Sign...Carl Nicks, OG; Brandon Carr, CB; Mario Williams, DE (yes, I am serious); and Josh Johnson, QB Say Goodbye to...Keith Brooking (possibly back on the coaching staff), Bradie James, Terence Newman, David Buehler, Martellus Bennett, Alan Ball, Frank Walker, Abram Elam, Derrick Dockery, Montrae Holland, and Jon Kitna. Draft #14. David DeCastro, OG, Stanford, 6'5", 315. There is not a doubt in my mind that upgrading the OL in front of Tony Romo is the #1 priority on this football team and I mean long term solutions not a short term band aid. #45. Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska, 6'4", 285. Also not a doubt in my mind that we need pass rush from the front 7 and some guys don't cut the mustard. If he were not injured this guy is a no doubt about it 1st round talent. I do not pass on him. #82. Jayron Hosley, CB, Va Tech, 5'10" 180. I continue to be amazed that he is ranked as a 3rd round prospect, I'd be delighted to get him here even though a good friend on this board told me to never draft guys from the Hokies. He and Brandon Boykin are my two favorite CBs in this Draft. If Boykin fell that far I might take him over Hosley. #113. Phillip Blake, C, Baylor, 6'2", 315. ** I am sold on the belief that we are highly interested in this kid and that he starts immediately. #144. Hebron Fangupo, NT, BYU, 6'1", 331. ** With Josh Brent disappearing due to injury so much last year I want insurance and I flat out think this kid has what it takes to be a very good at the next level. #175. Jerry Franklin, ILB, Arkansas, 6'1", 240. ** With 2 veterans leaving we need depth and this kid provides it. 6th round Supplemental pick...Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma, 5'10", 190. A guy I just don't mind taking a chance on because he is fearless in the slot and over the middle. Never mind his size, his heart is big enough. #206. Donte Paige-Moss, OLB, North Carolina, 6'4", 260. ** My no doubt about it pet cat. I believe if he were not injured and/or stayed in school he is a day 2 pick. Has the potential to start one day and be a QB's nightmare. ** These pick numbers will move down once Supplemental picks are added in the 3rd through 7th rounds.