This past week has been my vacation, believe it or not. I haven't posted quite as frequently because I kind of wanted to take advantage of the time off. Well I'm doing something like that tonight and tomorrow night, so I won't be around. Don't worry, it's back to work slave for me Monday morning.
Let's open this up to discussion. Most think Seattle needs a safety. And most agree that a strong safety would be best. Malcolm Jenkins, according to SI via PFT, "seemed resigned that he’ll likely make the move to safety in the NFL." If Jenkins is universally considered the best cornerback in this year's draft, and if we assume that safety is a step down the cover spectrum from cornerback, and therefore that Jenkins would make an elite, perhaps super-elite, free safety, should Seattle target him at four?