“To me, it’s probably the major, No. 1 observation of the offseason. His health — the quarterback’s health — leads to everything else developing. So we have a new receiving corps. Obviously, those guys are going to be pivotal going forward. The fact that your quarterback is out there, he’s healthy, and he’s playing well, and he’s on target, he’s throwing the ball well, he’s running the offense — [that] allows everything else to develop. If you don’t have your quarterback out there, everything else kind of stagnates.