On a 53 man roster, you can't afford to keep insurance policies for every player who might get hurt. Tuna has certainly never done so before. Bill has said he might consider carrying five receivers IF the fifth plays specials...a clear message he is not too keen on lopping off a Thomas or a MBIII or a Walter for a receiver. I imagine Bill is much more concerned about depth at OLB than he is at WO..if someone gets hurt and goes to IR, then he can address it via trade or getting lucky with someone 'out there'..but in general, why pay big bucks for an insurance policy that A) you may never need, and B) will cost us a promising young developing player a la Copper or Crowder. And if it's Morgan who goes, you're still left with just one under 25 player..Crayton. I don't see the use in signing and keeping a "Pricey" fourth receiver of Warrick/Price level around...and there might be some cap reprcussions if Morgan is released. Key, Terry, Patrick, and 'the Insurance'. I am hoping that insurance slot gets filled by a developing player like Copper, and Crowder's specials ability keeps him hanging around as well. But there is no guarantee Bill goes five wideouts....he seems to very much not want to...too many guys he doesn't want to lose in positions he esteems more than wide out. And we need to get younger, do we not? I suspect an injured receiver is a bridge Bill will cross IF and when he has to, not one second before. But should some promising OLB shake lose, he's on him fast.