My thoughts a few months ago is that if we would extend Kilgore before we seen him play in 2014 it's because we want to get him cheaper. Let's say Kilgore is our starting center and we had not re-signed him and he did well all of a sudden we are looking at 2-3 times the amount we would have had to pay now. So this is a leap of faith and at the very worst he would be backup center and guard if need be. However, I'm sure they are confident in him to be the starting center of the future. I'm guessing the deal is 3 years 6-8 million which would be cheap for a starting center but if he ends up being a backup C/G then it would be too much. As for the draft I wouldn't rule out a OL in round 3, possibly late 2nd though. We could use a guy who can play C/G or G/T or all spots. I don't see us getting rid of Snyder but it's possible if we get a versatile OL early in the draft. A lot depends on if they think Looney is the guard of the future and if they think Marquardt or Bykowski is the 3rd tackle of the future.
Also, I have been saying for awhile now Miller should be one of our first to get extended because he is one of the most important players on our team and it's easier to get a deal done for him than Kap, Aldon or Crabtree. We should extend him for 3-4 years at a 1.5-2 per.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Feb 27, 2014 at 8:38 PM ]