The list is long, but we need to find the best corner possible. We still need a #1 and it's why we went so hard after norman. Whether we draft one or pay for one it's needed. Just as much if not more than a DE
People on this site really overestimate Breaux since he showed a lot of promise.
Reality is, he's best as your #2 and that's not an insult to him. It's like how Greer late in his career was good enough to be a #1 still, but we were elite because he was a great #2. The injuries should limit him in terms of how you build a team, not his actual ability. If he was forced to be a #1 the drop-off isn't drastic but there's room for improvement.
PJ Williams has upside to be a #1, but injuries puts way too much risk to depend on potential with a scary injury. If he stays healthy you have a legit corner, if injuries continue to pile than you at least have a plan B.
Damian Swann showed promise to be a very good nickel, but concussions are something that can derail and shorten a career in a single play. That's not dependable either.
Moore is best served as a #4 corner, he's not awful but he's not the best guy available. He's a vet who's a good locker room guy and that's why he should be here next year. Worst case he can be your #3 guy in a pinch, but nothing more. Definitely not top 2...
Then you have the camp bodies. Webb, crawley, Wilson, and Harris. Of course there will be more but the truth is I only see 2 guys in this roster who are close to definitive keepers, Swann and Moore being the two I think is on the fence due to health and upside, if there are better options we will keep those.
This post was edited on 1/11 at 8:39 pm