"You want to stick to your board," Roseman said in the wake of a draft that saw the Birds add 13 players, the most they've brought aboard since 1986. "It was heavy at the top, but if you couldn't get [a corner] at the top, it was a lull, and your board was much stronger at certain positions. When we've looked back and studied it, the trouble you get in is if you force a particular area or a particular position. We did not want to do that. So, at corner, we just let the board dictate where we were going to take one. We have confidence in the guys on our roster. We all know the best pass rush makes every corner a little better."