I'm guessing Foster possibly missing the entire season does not bother you? Obviously not as serious an injury as Jaylon's, but the team definitely wanted someone capable of contributing this year, exactly what they said in the post round 1 interview. Taco having a clean medical history meant a lot to them. You can definitely argue that is potentially shortsighted (1 year out vs 5 year contract) if they had a significantly higher grade on Foster. Did they pass on Foster because they had his full medical report? Front office would have gotten a lot of flack from the "we only draft injured players" crowd. Or did they never expect the opportunity to draft him, did not heavily interview him and ultimately decided to pass because all the info they had to rely on was the combine controversies? They did their homework on Jourdan Lewis, so I'm guessing they do on all of these guys. Maybe we were too locked in on DE and CB. They came across as only really considering pass rushers at 28. I want as many talented guys on defense as possible regardless of position, but maybe Foster crossed their red flag threshold between injury/off the field issues.