WR update from wild and wooly 3rd round of the draft. No updates on Cantrell although on the surface he seems like just the kind of WR the Chargers could utilize. And Proehl in Buffalo bares long term watching. Elsewhere as mentioned above Berrios could very well start for the Pats and become their punt returner. Mel Kiper and Ryan Clark of ESPN felt Quinn will make the Redskins squad. Kiper went on to say he could start fairly soon. Don't want to jump the gun, last picks rarely get a foothold, but most think Quinn is the exception. And as a sure route runner a perfect compliment to their new QB Alex Smith who is very accurate on short to mid range passes. The Redskins pulled off a hell of a draft. Justin Watson is being compared to Jordy Nelson in some quarters. Not sure he will start just yet but over time he will prove his worth. Outstanding pick by the Bucs. And finally regarding a draft day deal, Ryan Switzer just got let out of jail. After two years of watching Prescott I am becoming more and more convinced he is not the answer. Expect Gruden to unleash Switzer this season. He might also return both kick offs to go along with punts. Switzer with Jordy in tow looks to have talented Derek Carr open up more in the air this season perhaps employing four WR sets at times. Switzer is already listed as the number four WR and while his rookie season wasn't great ( decent with flashes)) he rarely got a chance to shine on offense. People think Switzer lacks deep speed but I beg to differ. In a scintillating punt return on MNF with Gruden in the booth I believe, he pulled away from a Redskins DB who ran a 4.3 something at the combine. Made him look like a lumbering slow footed guy in pursuit. As for short area quickness he is as dynamic as it comes. Gruden obviously is taking cues from the Patriots with his new WR look.