The read mentions sending a third for Claibourne. The need for a corner and picking one by the third round might see a drop off in talent. He would be an immediate upgrade, and he doesn't have to be a superstar. I believe he could flourish in this defense, hell I wanted him then. Depending on the cap hit, I bet Dallas would take a fourth.
For one, there are no QBs, so teams that need one will reach and overpay. The receivers we talk about are nothing special, but b/c they've been on Sportscenter or fantasy teams, their asking price will be high (Eric Decker for instance). The same can be said for corners, as a lot of names stick out that were good 4-5 years ago, but there's a reason they were cut or not re-signed, b/c they're asking too much. A lot of people might have to eat their position shortages next year and work with what they got and depend on the draft (worked for us).