OK, digested over-night. Not as annoyed as I was last night, but still don't get it. Kizer may work out, but I'm not seeing the value of getting a back-up QB, something you could draft or sign in FA as fair return for a starting quality CB. Can we replace Randall, sure, but the same could be said of Hundley. In fact it might be easier to replace Hundley with a FA than Randall with a comparably talented CB, especially when you consider that the odds of the back-up QB playing a lot are much lower than the odds of your slot CB playing a lot. Plus, at this point Kizer isn't much more than a struggling rookie, hardly much comfort if AR goes down. They might still need to add a veteran FA. If they think they can get by with Kizer and Callahan and be a lot better off than last year, I fear they are sorely mistaken. Agree this probably more about MM than BG. MM didn't want Randall around so he presses for him to be gone and for a better QB for HIS offense. Hope Mark is wrong, but this could be an early sign of MM having too much say in personnel. The whole FA puzzle comes down to multiple interacting pieces. Are they truly on board with the idea of adding Wilkerson? If they are, he'll probably eat a bunch of the available CAP space. Will there be enough for a CB? Maybe - depends on how they do both deals and also how AR's new deal is structured. I have no interest in Sherman at this point. Older guy coming off an achilles tear seems questionable. Butler wouldn't really fit the Packer's usual CB measurables - he's under 5'-10", and ran a 4.62 at his pro-day which is on the slow side. I also think they need to set their sights a little lower in terms of getting a "name" free agent CB. In that case, again, you could have just kept Randall. The moves up in the draft barely mean squat. Once you get to Rds 4&5, moving up 10-12 spots doesn't really change the quality of the player all that much. The biggest benefit is having that first pick on day 3. You get plenty of time to re-look at your board and take trade offers. Player quality isn't really gonna be much different. It'd be different if it was like most years when you are moving up almost a full round. As I said in my last post, hopefully this is part of a bigger plan and BG already has some solid idea that he can add a CB in FA. It also means that CB becomes a huge priority in the draft. Hoping for the best but still think the Browns got the better end of the deal.