This is the point that many just don't get. Players drafted in that range are drafted to fill immediate needs. I fact I'd say that's true of at least the top 20. Some have used Aaron Rodgers as a guy who was drafted to sit. OK, first all of all he was drafted 24th not 14th, second the Packers have a habit of drafting QBs each year and trading them if they can't use them, third the Packers must have felt they were loaded enough at other position that they didn't need an immediate starter anywhere, and last when Rodgers was drafted QBs did not normally start in their first years. He would have started even sooner had Favre not played diva for so long. So let's not use Rodgers as a comparison. If Fuller is drafted to play CB he'll sit. That's a given. Emery didn't give Jennings a $5 mil a year deal and agree to pay Peanut as much $3.5 mil to watch them sit and we already know Peanut won't agree to play FS so the Bears must have committed to him as a CB only. If they try Fuller at FS then how long will it take before he learns that position. Conte didn't get it until year two and then regressed in year three. Fuller is a talented kid no doubt but not the kind you want to sit for a year or two while there are other needs to be met. Maybe Emery asked Gabriel to mock Fuller to him to throw the hounds off the trail for a while. I wouldn't put it past him. It seems like before this 8 out of ten gurus had Donald as their pick and the other two had either Jernigan or one of the Safeties. Alluding to him taking Fuller is a nice ruse if only to make that pick a little less obvious. But how can this one be taken very seriously when Jernigan drops out of the top 32 picks? Unless there's some news on him I haven't seen yet that jut doesn't seem possible.