DB: Elam's versatility was likely a huge selling point for Ozzie and Co. during the draft. Elam played all over Florida's secondary, including slot corner, deep half safety, single-high safety, and outside corner. That said, I think Huff is the biggest free agency addition this offseason, and I can see him and Elam playing off each other in many unpredictable ways. I expect Elam to play near the line of scrimmage more often as an outside run support guy or QB Spy/Robber. Any mistakes that Elam makes due to his attacking nature can be covered up by Huff's above-average range on the back end. Elam and Huff are an improvement over Pollard and Reed in my eyes, but Pees won't need to revamp his strategy. Huff and Elam will fit very well into a scheme that leans on Cover-4, Cover-3, and disguised outside blitzes. My biggest concern about Elam (besides his hyper-aggressiveness) is covering tight ends or taller wide receivers. The scheme can only hide the fact that he is 5-10 for so long.