Didn't see one, and its halfway through the position so things seem fairly crystallized at this point. QB- The obvious. Most likely our 1st round pick. HB- Doubtful, in my mind. Daniel Thomas looked very good when healthy, and Reggie Bush looks like 40-60% of snaps. FB- Both Charles Clay and Lex Hilliard have done solid to this point. WR- Marshall, drops aside, has been up to career standards. Hartline and Bess have disappointed this year, and not entirely due to circumstances. I'd tend to think there probably wouldn't be a significant change here, however, unless BPA/value. TE- Fasano's emergence as a receiver has gone under the radar a bit because his volume isn't great, but under better circumstances he might be a break-out player. He's catching 75% of his passes, and he's got the best yards per reception of any tight end with over 60% of his teams snaps. His oft-complained of separation skills have not really changed, as much as he's adapted to simply coming down with the ball even when well-covered. Clay also looks like he's got a tremendous amount of upside as a developmental prospect. If he can consistently play up to the upside he's displayed thus far, he could be a very good player, and remarkably well-rounded. OL- LT and C are filled. RT is a need for sure. The guard positions could be replaced but I wouldn't be surprised if Incognito was retained depending on the offensive line style. I'd tend to imagine Nate Garner would end up as a starter, with better coaching/management. NT/4-3 DT/3-4 DE- This is likely to be very scheme and style specific, but I doubt there will be significant resources spent beyond what I think is a choice between resigning Kendall Langford or Paul Soliai. 4-3 DE/3-4 OLB- We need an edge rush outside of Wake. We've got enough guys who can play the edge on run downs they could look towards a Nickel substitute. Cameron Wake has transitioned to playing full-time on the strong side in base 3-4 packages vs. the tight end, so we've got flexibility if it's a 3-4 package in WOLB vs. SOLB. 3-4 ILB/4-3 LBs- Karlos Dansby can play anything. Kevin Burnett has seemed to have shaken off his funk and become a pretty good player, and could also nail down another position. Given the trend of late towards on-the-line 4-3 OLB, Koa Misi could be the 3rd man pretty easily. CB- This might be a group that needs better coaching to shine. Vontae Davis and Sean Smith have both shown big upside, and Jimmy Wilson was a solid starter early, so I'd tend to think he could hold down the Nickel. Safety- They could go a lot of places on this one. Chris Clemons was a good starter in 2010, so you think a new coach might revisit that. Yeremiah Bell is getting older, but still playing well, but is a very specific style not all coaches may like. It's possible he could lose his position to Clemons, and a more ball-hawk type player could go to FS.