And even if you think Harry is ready to take a step up, that would still leave them with Edelman, Harry, Dorsett (not sure, is he signed?), and Meyers at WR. So even if Harry lives up to first round billing in year two, you need another reliable target at WR. I'm guessing anyone we'd sign who would be a "guarantee" of that would cost more than $6m per year, otherwise we're just taking a flier on someone who could be good, or could be the next Sanu. It all depends on how much of his lack of production they think was from a combination of his high ankle sprain and the general lack of chemistry on the offense. They liked him for a long time before they made the trade, so I could see them giving him a shot to compete.