When the team drafted Awuzie is was a CB/S prospect, I remember his scouting reports stating that he was better reading the QB then when his back was facing him. Fast forward to a couple of years of the next level; usually covers his man well, but struggles to find the football that leads to many close completions. He has been always a strong, willing tackler, outside of that Philly game last year. Has the size and the skill set to effectively move to the SS position. This is his last year of his contract, why not see if he can make the transition to the safety position. Xavier Woods was suppose to have that breakout year, but it never materialized. Usually a step slow in reading and reacting. Struggles at times with catching the ball and is considered a below average tackler. As a safety he is strictly better suited in coverage then is against the run. However, Woods had some success as a nickel CB in his rookie season. This position would play more to his strengths in coverage. Just like Awuzie, he is playing on his last year of his contract. Both players, could realistically be replaced in 2021. It is up to the new staff to determine how to put these players in positions to succeed. Will they consider such moves or continue to use them in their current roles?