Drew Edwards had an article in the Spectator about the resigning of Otis Floyd and Darrell Adams. Obviously Floyd coming back is helpful (especially if Marshall moves on as defensive coordinator). Adams is probably more important, considering his age and how important it is to have a force in the middle. Statwise Floyd declined from the previous year (only two sacks), but that was mainly due to injury. If he can stay healthy next year, plus the ends we now have should lead to a solid defensive line.
I found this line the most interesting: " Hopefully that leaves room for the Cats to sign a difference maker free agent, although I am not sure who, or what position we are looking for. Some money might just go to Kevin Glenn to bump him up to a starter's salary.
Normally during the free agent period one would look at the offensive line, however after last year's signings, the fact that we could only lose Marcoux who was a backup this year anyways, plus the draft picks Rottier, Carlson and Morencie (who's playing in this year's East-West Shrine game) means that nothing is going to happen there. Maybe a receiver, although with acquiring Bruce mid-season and the emergence of Marquay McDaniel, we're good for imports.
If there were a good cornerback available that's something the Cats should consider. I wouldn't bother with Barrin Simpson.