I know it's still early, and 2006 is awhile away, but I really do wonder about our WR position going into next year. Neither Key nor Glenn will be getting any younger. Neither are true #1 WR's but they both complement each other very well. Both will be on the plus side of 34 ... and neither speed nor strength increase with age. I think both Key and Glenn won't be as effective as they are this year. Meaning, for one them, it could mean their last. While I'd love to stay sentimental to what Key and Glenn have done for us, we can't continue to plan our future around two aging WR's. Here's what I can see happening ... - I think Glenn is the odd man out. - Key has one more good year under his belt - we'll do our best to re-sign Price, who takes the #2 WR spot - Patrick Crayton continues to improve and steps firmly into the #3 spot - I think we bring aboard one more medium-name WR from FA to complete the quartet ... it won't be TO - I don't think BP will draft a WR. If we can sign Price, we'll be set for a few years.