Just bringing a little optimism (I should change my name to Paula Ann lol). I count 18 white WRs in the NFL on opening rosters. That means if you average it out, more teams have a white WR than not. Does anyone remember how many white WRs there were last season? Wasn't it 14 or 16 or something like that? I think we are very slowly making progress at WR. Also, next year is "the year of the white WR" and we should eclipse 20 white wideouts in the league next year. I should also report- there are 4 white tailbacks who should get to touch the ball at least a handful of times this season. Two are technically "FBs", but in name only. Woodhead and Hester are unlikely to reach even 50 carries this season, but I think Hillis and Leonard have an outside shot of eclipsing 100 carries. BTW, the Packers and Saints also have some very athletic white FBs. Small steps gentlemen. As college has had an upswing of white offensive skill players, so should the NFL- albeit slowly.