The loss of Haynesworth exposed that our secondary was over-rated IMO. QB's were releasing the ball much faster and when scrambling as the pocket collapsed. I believe AH is that much of a force when motivated. There are many corners that CAN cover Andre Johnson, Wayne and Moss without that kind of pressure up front being applied. Waiting on the younger guys to develop is a good idea if you're not willing to risk that AH would play motivated when back. There is no question he is dominant when he wants to be. I think he easily has 3 more years of that left in him. Personally I'd rather risk have AH back not motivated versus waiting to see what Vickerson and Haye do. I think we're fishing in empty waters in that regard. I think Tony Brown's potential is about 65% of AH's playing ability. I'd rather see Wm Hayes develop watching AH and see what J. Jones could do at DE. I'd be happy to have AH back at trade mentioned above, but certainly wouldn't be disappointed not to. I expect the Titan's FO to remain dogmatic in their approach to FA.