PROVE IT? Prove he isn't a deep threat being used incorrectly. Works both ways A lot of coaches...and Whiz fits this to a tee...see a 5'10 WR sub-200lbs and see a slot guy. The Pats and Packers see a guy like Wright and salivate! Wright is not asked to run the same routes as Nate Washington (nor Hunter) nor Cobb. He's asked to run a lot of 3 yd crossing routes, wr screens, slants, a few 8yd comebacks and the occasional 15yd dig. And if he's so slow, how is he getting away from NFL corners on a crossing route if he's only as slow as a TE? And speed isn't the end all be all of being a deep threat. I think you'd be hard pressed to convince me that Dez Bryant isn't a deep threat and he ran a 4.52 at his pro day compared to Wright's 4.41? I would suggest in a better system ala Baylor, he had a 15+yd avg per catch his last year there so can he really be that slow? I mean, the combine is suggesting he's as slow as a TE. And most reports suggest his hand moved on one of his runs to give him a slow time while his other was sub-4.5. He also ran 2 40's in the 4.4's so what more do you want? If you're still not convinced, go watch some tape of him at Baylor his last year and you will see him run by people and go deep.