"I would say no one is,'' he said. "I think I said in the offseason before I came to camp that I think the right thing to do is the fair thing to do. Berken and Hernandez started for us all last year when they were there last year. I thought it was unfair to just say 'It's Tillman's.' That's no disrespect to Tillman. That's not slighting him and that's not saying anything good or bad about Berken or Hernandez. There are still games to play here and we have it slotted so that guys are going to get opportunities to start here and then we're going to see what's best for them, but more importantly, what's best for the team."