Key Free Agent Signings: 1. LeCharles Bentley, C, Saints Pro Bowl center would go a long way toward shoring up the O-line. 2. Jon Runyan, OT, Eagles Would finish the job of shoring up the O-line and give us time to see what Pettiti can develop into. Draft: TRADES 1. Trade out of first round for a second, fourth, and 2007 first (to help land Brady Quinn). 2. Greg Ellis traded for a third round pick. 2nd (from trade) Bobby Carpenter, OLB, Ohio St. Could excel at strongside OLB in the 3-4. Bill Parcells coached his father. 2nd Kai Parham, ILB, Virginia Learned the 3-4 under Parcells protegé, Al Groh, like 2005 draft pick Chris Canty, and turned in a super season. 3rd (from Ellis trade) Anthony Smith, FS, Syracuse Was recruited by now Cowboys assistant Paul Pasqualon. Play-making safety to team up with Roy Williams. 3rd Anthony Fasano, TE, Notre Dame What the doctor ordered: better blocker than Whitten, better hands than Campbell, will give our two TE set more bite. Comparable to Notre Dame alum Mark Bavaro. (4th gone to Eagles) 4th (from trade) Kevin Boothe, G/T, Cornell Smart, versatile lineman who could be starting at guard in a year or two. 5th Steve Fifita, DT, Utah 322 pound nose guard who moves well off the ball. Similar to former Utah DT Sione Pouha, a Jets third rounder in 2005, but shorter, which may knock him down a round or two, especially in a much stronger draft. 6th (from Eagles) Cletis Gordon, CB, Jackson St. Good size, good speed, dangerous return man. More athletic than Jacques Reeves or Nathan Jones, but will need a season or two to work on technique. (6th gone to Chiefs) 7th Nick Reid, LB, Kansas A little undersized for 3-4, but has the frame to get bigger.