I've never understood this. It seems like every year we have a guy on our board way higher than everyone else does who either has injury concerns or some other kind of concerns, and we always draft him higher than anyone else had them going. Or we go into a draft like 2009 where we draft solely for SPECIAL TEAMS, picking guys who defensively are nothing but projects. It's like Jerry's way of constantly trying to prove that he's the smartest guy in the room. It happens again now with Carter. Not that he's a bad player, but you're talking about a guy who is undersized, never played inside and has a major knee injury. This is the very definition of a huge risk. We're banking our future at ILB on two guys with huge injury red flags. And even if he is back for training camp, most people seem to think he won't really be ready to contribute this year. SO WHY DRAFT HIM?