I consider it mostly good news. Ta'Alu is not setting the world on fire, but since McLendon is, it's not a big deal, other than depth. The best news is that Mike Adams looks very solid, as LT is the most important line spot and I am not worrying about DeCastro struggling a bit; he is making progress and there is nothing new about an OG needing time to get up to speed in the NFL. He will be fine. Rainey looks good. I don't think the late picks at CB, WR or OG picks will make the team, which is not surprising. Spense is looking pretty good.