Bolden has had a slow start in training camp and wasn't with the team for joint practices with Washington before returning to practice Sunday. But his work on special teams still earns him a spot from this viewpoint.
Fleming, a third-year player who has some position flexibility to be a backup in an end-of-the-line role as well as an off-the-line role, edges Steve Beauharnais for the final spot. Beauharnais could still stick, possibly over Anderson, but Anderson showed up a bit more in the preseason opener from this viewpoint.
Because Browner is suspended for the first four regular-season games, he won't count against the initial 53-man roster limit. But he is included here because he is obviously a significant part of the team's overall planning for the 2014 season. Butler, an undrafted free agent from West Alabama, earns a roster spot based on his strong performance in the preseason opener.
Veteran Patrick Chung could always come back during the season in the event of injury. With rookie Jemea Thomas (sixth round, Georgia Tech) sustaining an undisclosed injury on the first day of training camp (he returned to practice for the first time Sunday), he is edged out in this scenario by Wilson, who also contributes on special teams. Thomas would be a solid practice-squad candidate.