Thornton wants to replace everybody but Reggie Nelson (Leon Hall because of injury.)
Compare to Hobson's post yesterday. Don't you know, the new guys may already be on the team.
Well, the call to the big leagues comes this spring for the trio of Bengals safeties, as well as cornerback Brandon Ghee. They form an athletically gifted quartet of players secondary coach Kevin Coyle says has the potential to supply big-time contributions as soon as 2012. He says leading special teams tackler Jeromy Miles, 2010 second-rounder Taylor Mays, and 2011 fifth-rounder Robert Sands come into the workouts challenging to start at safety.
Regarding Maualuga, he never fully recovered from his ankle injury this year. I'm not ready to give up on him in the middle.
I totally agree about the guards. But no Steinbach. Murf would be unbearable.