NFC East: 2014 NFC Roster Projection

With final cuts looming, here's a look at how the Philadelphia Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out:

QUARTERBACKS (3)
This was always the group. If Barkley had played poorly during the preseason, then maybe Chip Kelly would have gone light at QB. But Barkley's performance against the Jets Thursday night, combined with Kelly's "you-can't-have-too-many-quarterbacks" credo, pretty much assures the Eagles will keep three.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

If Chris Polk stays despite missing the entire preseason with a hamstring injury, that pretty much tells you the other guys were wasting their time out there. Josey played really well Thursday night, well enough to stay. If Polk stays, Josey could be on the practice squad.

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)

Going with six receivers now and dropping an offensive lineman. But this list is probably off because there's no Jeff Maehl. He appears to be bulletproof, even though Benn looked much more compelling Thursday night against the Jets.

TIGHT ENDS (3)
Trey Burton made a strong case for himself Thursday night as both a receiver and a blocker. But with these three in place, it appears Burton could be looking at the practice squad this year.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)

The ankle injury sustained by Tobin could change this list. The coaches really like Tobin as the four-position backup with Barbre starting for Lane Johnson. As it is, someone is holding a place until Lane Johnson gets back in Week 5.

DEFENSIVE LINE (7)
Damion Square could still go on the practice squad if he doesn't make the cut. He's the one guy who could change this list. But Logan and Allen seem pretty well established as nose tackles right now.

LINEBACKERS (9)

This may be heavy, but Long and Emmanuel Acho are making it pretty tough to cut down to eight. This still has Casey Matthews on the outs, and he's another guy who has appeared bulletproof before now. We'll see.

SAFETIES (4)

One more linebacker means one less safety. It's math, people. Ed Reynolds could be on the practice squad.

CORNERBACKS (5)

This is another tough group to figure out. Roc Carmichael has played well at times and was here last year. Curtis Marsh has gotten a long look this summer. But the addition of Carroll and the rookie Watkins simply makes roster space tight.

SPECIALISTS (3)

It may seem rash to put Parkey ahead of Alex Henery based on one preseason game, even if Parkey hit two beyond-50-yard field goals. But the inclination to upgrade at this position has been building for months, and now is the time to act.

Dallas Cowboys' projected roster

August, 29, 2014
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IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
I'm holding firm with two quarterbacks and believe the Cowboys will be able to slide Dustin Vaughan to the practice squad. He has some skills that might be worth developing, but not even Romo's worrisome back has me keeping a third quarterback. They have too many other needs.

RUNNING BACKS (4)
Ryan Williams is among the Cowboys' best 53 players but they just can't find a way to get him to the game on Sundays to make it worthwhile to keep him on the roster. There is this possibility: If he clears waivers he has practice squad eligibilty. I kept Clutts because I believe Jason Garrett will fight to keep a fullback.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)

This has been the same group all year. LaRon Byrd has practice squad eligibility, so he could be back if he clears waivers.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

This group hasn't changed either, but they could look for more of a blocking tight end if they don't believe it is worth it to keep Clutts.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)



Stephen Jones said the other day that going with eight offensive linemen was too light, so I added a ninth. I just don't think that guy is on the roster. John Wetzel didn't solidify a spot on Thursday. Darrion Weems missed the whole preseaon. Nwaneri also struggled against the Broncos, which could put his spot in jeopardy. The Cowboys only dress seven linemen for games, so they can take some waiver-wire pickups to work with early on.

DEFENSIVE LINE (11)



Lawrence is back on the roster because he has to be on the team through Tuesday before he can be placed on short-term injured reserve. Of all the guys on the bubble Boatright helped himself the most, so gets the final spot away from Dartwan Bush. The Cowboys will look for help outside of the building with this group. Just because these guys are on the roster Saturday doesn't mean they will be on the team Sunday.

LINEBACKERS (6)

I've had seven linebackers but I had to move to six in part because Lawrence needs to be on the active roster for the first couple of days. Will Smith would be the seventh but the Cowboys look for help on the street for a special teams type like they did a year ago in Kyle Bosworth.

CORNERBACKS (5)

The decision to cut B.W. Webb was only surprising because of how inexeprienced they will be with their backups. Webb didn't do enough to make the team and was a disappointment as a fourth-round pick. Patmon is one of those feel-good stories, making the team after earning a rookie camp tryout. I don't think Mitchell should sleep well these next few days. He just has taken too many penalties and might need some practice squad seasoning.

SAFETIES (5)



The Cowboys claimed Thomas off waivers from New England on Wednesday and he played Thursday. He is a player they liked coming in the draft, so he gets the final spot with Jakar Hamilton suspended the first four games for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Like at every other spot on defense, however, the Cowboys will look for help outside the building.

SPECIALISTS (3)

There has not been a change here all summer.

Washington Redskins' projected roster

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Examining the Washington Redskins' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (3)
Jay Gruden only had two quarterbacks in each of his three seasons with Cincinnati, but Griffin still needs to prove his durability. Plus they like McCoy. So nothing has changed since the original posting. If something happened to Griffin, they would still be in good shape with Cousins and McCoy. If they go with two, then McCoy gets left off.

RUNNING BACKS (5)

This is, by far, the hardest one to determine. They really like Thompson, but his durability is a major issue. One night hasn't changed that and they could probably sneak him onto the practice squad. I don't see how you can cut Seastrunk after Thursday, not when he reminded all of his speed (they did not need reminders). The biggest question to me is whether they keep Silas Redd or Royster. The latter offers veteran insurance, but Redd ran with a lot of power and shiftiness in open field. Royster can help on special teams, though he is not exactly a stud here. Redd has the toughness that you could use, but he, too, lacks speed. Also, his damage was done against backups. Neither Redd nor Seastrunk is strong in pass protection, but the latter offers speed and that is a desired trait. I could see them going with only four in order to keep another player on defense.

RECEIVERS (6)

Nothing has changed. Still don't see Leonard Hankerson ready for the start of the season and perhaps not for several weeks into it, which could mean a stay on the PUP list. Robinson gets the nod because he has speed, and if they somehow kept Nick Williams over him, they would have no backup with legit speed.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

I would be surprised if they kept four. Ted Bolser has improved, but not to the point where he must be on the roster. The only reason I would hesitate on cutting him is because of Reed's injury issues. But I can't imagine he would be added to another team's active roster if he were cut. He will have a chance to develop here.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)

This looks like a pretty safe bet, though it is not as if LeRibeus performed the way I thought he might given the work he put in this offseason. Still, you can't keep four tackles and only three guards. Well, I guess you could, but they need two inside. Moses finished fine as did Compton. Perhaps if Moses was further along they could go with eight linemen and only keep Moses as a backup tackle. But I don't think he's at that point yet.

DEFENSIVE LINE (6)

Everything depends on Bowen's health. The Redskins aren't sure when he will return, and that means there is a chance he will be on the PUP list to open the season. But if they feel he could return a couple weeks into the season then they could always keep someone extra here. My guess is that he will return sooner rather than later, allowing them to go with six. Geathers is a space-eater, but does not move as well and lacks the versatility of others, though he looked good Thursday. So this is a close call and could come down between Geathers and a player at another position. Another end who has flashed on occasion, at least in practice, is Frank Kearse. He was OK in the preseason finale, but Geathers was better.

LINEBACKERS (9)

If Brown and Gabe Miller were even going into the preseason finale, then the latter should move ahead after he had a strong game. It wasn't just that he made plays, it's how he made them. He showed awareness and good reactions. Brown does not have practice squad eligibility; Miller does. Sharpton's high ankle sprain and Akeem Jordan's sprained knee complicate matters. If both were healthy, then Jordan is out. But if Sharpton's injury keeps him out longer, then Jordan could sneak on. Not sure that is the case. For now I will go with Sharpton returning relatively soon. They like him better from scrimmage than Jordan. Compton has been on here the entire summer; nothing should change and his ability to play both spots inside is a plus.

CORNERBACKS (5)

Nothing changes here. Chase Minnifield has practice squad eligibility and my guess is they will try to put him there. The coaches expanded Minnifield's role, working him at safety a little this summer. But it would still take a lot to get him on the roster. Otherwise, these are the same five that have been on this list all summer.

SAFETIES (5)
Trenton Robinson is probably better from scrimmage than Davis, but neither would be a big help here. So special teams wins out and Davis gets the nod because he can be a standout. By the way, this makes 54 players, but there will be an exemption for Meriweather, as of Monday. So to beat the rush I'll just put Davis on the list now. Thomas' foot injury, if it is not serious, means they should be covered at strong safety (along with Biggers in a pinch).

SPECIALISTS (3)

Never liked this kicking competition and Zach Hocker made it a tougher call by missing a 39-yarder against Tampa Bay. Forbath's kickoffs remain inconsistent, but he has been solid as a placekicker. If I'm the Redskins, I'm still looking for a punter. Neither Malone nor Tress Way are consistent.

New York Giants' projected roster

August, 29, 2014
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One final projection of the New York Giants' 53-man roster before the final cuts are made Saturday:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
The Giants went into training camp hoping Nassib would beat out Curtis Painter for the backup quarterback job, and he clearly did. Not that they don't like Painter, but they didn't like carrying three quarterbacks last year and they won't do it again.

RUNNING BACKS (3)

Either Kendall Gaskins or Michael Cox could make it as a fourth running back, and I think the Giants would prefer to carry four. But the injury situation on the offensive line likely means they have to carry an extra player there, and this is the spot they have to take from.

FULLBACK (1)
Henry Hynoski has this spot locked up if he's healthy, but the shoulder injury that knocked him out of Thursday night's preseason finale could give it to Conner, who's stuck around all camp as a strong fallback option.

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)

Parker makes the team as the sixth wideout because (a) Marcus Harris is on IR, (b) Mario Manningham didn't show enough to make it and (c) he can return punts, and right now Beckham and Trindon Holliday can't because they have hamstring injuries. Holliday's lack of training camp practice time likely knocked him right off the team.

TIGHT ENDS (4)

I believe they will keep and use all four of these guys, though they'll have to rotate them in and out depending on situations. None has emerged as the do-it-all tight end they were hoping they'd find in camp.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (10)
Geoff Schwartz's injury has created a real mess here, as he projects to miss a significant amount of time due to a dislocated toe and could start the season on short-term injured reserve. The most likely scenario is that Richburg ascends the starting left guard role, but Mosley remains a question mark at right guard, which is why Reynolds (who can play center or guard) enters the picture here. Jerry is either the starting right guard if Mosley can't go or else at least a more valuable reserve. Brewer, who once appeared gone for sure, becomes more valuable as an all-around backup if he can return to practice this week following a back injury. And the missed opportunity for Eric Herman, who is suspended for the first four games for a drug violation, looms even larger. I don't think they keep 10 offensive linemen long-term, but they may have to at the beginning of the season.

DEFENSIVE LINE (9)

Kuhn's leg injury, should it linger, could open up a spot for a defensive end such as Kerry Wynn to make the team. Bromley has looked surprisingly good in games so far and could slide in for Kuhn in the defensive tackle rotation for the short term.

LINEBACKERS (6)

It sounds as though Beason will be ready to start the season, which makes you wonder whether they might keep only five. If they do, the final cut is either Paysinger or Herzlich, who missed Thursday's preseason finale with a shoulder injury.

CORNERBACKS (5)

It helps the numbers that Jayron Hosley will be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for a drug violation. If he does make the team, the Giants will have to clear a spot for him in Week 5. This group could also swell if the Giants decide they need to keep sixth-round pick Bennett Jackson for special teams. It's going to be tough to make the Giants' roster as a corner this summer, though Amukamara's groin injury could result in a short-term spot opening.

SAFETIES (4)
Cooper Taylor's toe injury landed him on injured reserve. That's unfortunate for Taylor, but it helps Berhe and likely helps someone at another position, such as Adrien Robinson at tight end. The Giants like to have a balanced roster -- 25 offensive players, 25 defensive and three specialists -- but that's not a requirement.

SPECIALISTS (3)

Sure things, all.
With training camp now under way, here's a look at how the Philadelphia Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out:

QUARTERBACKS (3)

A couple writers were talking at practice the other day about the possibility of the Eagles keeping just two QBs on the active roster. With Matt Barkley starting the final preseason game, that certainly raises some intriguing possibilities: trading Sanchez or Barkley and keeping G.J. Kinne on the practice squad. Conclusion: After a month of camp, we'll talk about anything.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

Injuries have given young backs Henry Josey and David Fluellen some opportunities, and they have played pretty well. But Polk appears ready to come back from his hamstring injury and remind people why he was ahead of them on the depth chart.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)

Injuries have had an impact here, too. But it would be surprising if these five players aren't on the team, especially after Chip Kelly indicated Huff's shoulder injury isn't likely to force him to start the season on IR. Ifeanyi Momah and Arrelious Benn could force Kelly to go with six wideouts and just three backs.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

Ertz should continue his ascent to the No. 1 slot here, but Celek’s completeness as a blocker and receiver make him tough to write off. It wouldn’t be shocking if somebody (Emil Igwenagu?) persuaded Kelly to move on from Casey, who probably wonders why he signed with Philadelphia last year.

OFFENSIVE LINE (10)

It could be that we're going too heavy here with 10. Cutting to nine offensive linemen would free the Eagles to go a little heavier elsewhere. If so, Bamiro is probably the odd man out of this group.

DEFENSIVE LINE (7)

A change here: Bair has just played too well in the last two preseason games to discount. With Allen looking like a solid backup at nose tackle, that makes Damion Square a bit less valuable than Bair has looked.

LINEBACKERS (8)

A couple of players -- Travis Long and Emmanuel Acho -- are still in the mix here. With four starters and a need for linebackers on special teams, it is possible the Eagles keep nine of them. For now, I'm sticking with group we've had here.

SAFETIES (5)

That seems like a lot of safeties, but Maragos was signed for special teams, and the coaches like Reynolds enough to carry the fifth-round pick as he develops. Keelan Johnson has looked sharp and could force himself into the mix.

CORNERBACKS (5)

Carroll's hamstring injury has hampered his ability to challenge Williams and Fletcher for a starting job. He is still in the picture, though, as a veteran and quality special teamer. Watkins gets the draft-pick bump, but Roc Carmichael and Curtis Marsh are still in the mix, as well. If either really came on strong, things could get interesting.

SPECIALISTS (3)

It's too early to project Cody Parkey ahead of Alex Henery, but the Eagles are concerned about their kicking situation. It is very possible the Eagles' 2014 kicker isn't on the roster yet. David Akers, anyone?
Examining the Washington Redskins' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (3)
Jay Gruden only had two quarterbacks in each of his three seasons with Cincinnati, but Griffin still needs to prove his durability. Plus they like McCoy. So nothing has changed since the original posting. If something happened to Griffin, they would still be in good shape with Cousins and McCoy. If they go with two, then McCoy gets left off.

RUNNING BACKS (5)

This is, by far, the hardest one to determine. They really like Thompson, but his durability is a major issue. If he had stayed healthy, he'd definitely make the roster. Now? I'm banking on his return and a good final game -- otherwise: Practice squad. I can tell you they really have no idea what they're going to do here. While Royster has been productive, his lack of speed is an issue. I like him, but if you keep Royster and Silas Redd, you don't have the backfield you want. There's a reason they like Thompson and drafted Seastrunk. Redd has worked ahead of Lache Seastrunk all summer. However, Seastrunk is far behind in the pass game. I don't think anyone would pick up Thompson, which could factor into the decision. But Seastrunk hasn't shown enough to win a roster spot. It's that simple.

RECEIVERS (6)

Nothing has changed. Leonard Hankerson still doesn't seem close to returning. Hard to imagine he'd not only be cleared in the next two weeks, but also ready for the start of the season. The group of six I have listed have been clearly ahead of the rest.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

All three have appeared to have strong summers while rookie Ted Bolser has had ups-and-downs. They don't need him this season, so they can afford to keep him on the practice squad.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)

This one will be interesting. I've gone back and forth with nine or 10 at this spot, but as the summer developed this did not look like a unit that warranted an extra man. I'm keeping four tackles, which is necessary if Moses has to miss even a couple weeks. I also wonder what they were doing by using Chester at center along with Long at right guard against the Ravens for a series. Chester has worked very little at center since joining the Redskins, though he's taken snaps at the spot in some individual drills this summer. Mike McGlynn has not impressed. LeRibeus was off last week. It's not as if he's been tearing it up in games so I'm not quite sure why I put him back on. He needed to play better so perhaps McGlynn would edge him -- or, dare I say it, Maurice Hurt?

DEFENSIVE LINE (6)

Everything depends on Stephen Bowen's health. The Redskins aren't sure when he'll return and that means there's a chance he'll be on the PUP list to open the season. But if they feel he could return a couple weeks into the season then they could always keep someone extra here. There's a chance of that happening. Geathers is a space eater, but does not move well. Another end who has flashed on occasion, at least in practice, is end Frank Kearse. But Geathers was sought in free agency.

LINEBACKERS (9)

Brown has a small edge over Gabe Miller in part because the latter still has practice-squad eligibility. So the Redskins could cut him and possibly keep him around on the practice squad. Their battle is very, very close so it really could go either way. Sharpton's high ankle sprain makes him interesting, and he must do a better job in what he's asked to do. But he's on the roster for now. If he somehow has to be out a while then Akeem Jordan will get the nod here.

CORNERBACKS (5)

It will be difficult for Chase Minnifield and/or Richard Crawford to make the final roster. But it's not an impossible task. However, it would take dissatisfaction with Porter. Still, Porter can play the slot and the rookie Breeland is not ready for that role on a full-time basis yet. They could keep both Minnifield and Crawford on the practice squad, though the former could be picked up elsewhere.

SAFETIES (4)

I've gone back and forth with five or four at this position. I'm back on four and I don't know why. I like Trenton Robinson, but they could stash him on the practice squad. With Meriweather having issues with hitting -- which could eventually lead to a suspension -- it makes sense to have an extra guy here -- or at least have a viable option on the practice squad. Going with four is a bit questionable. But I think they'll want this extra spot for a player at another position.

SPECIALISTS (3)

I really don't like this kicking competition at all. Very close. Malone hasn't been great, but newcomer Tress Way is not a better option. If Malone gets cut it would be in favor of a punter currently with another team.

New York Giants' projected roster

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One final projection of the New York Giants' 53-man roster before the final cuts are made Saturday:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
Nassib's performances in the past two preseason games make the Giants far more confident about keeping him -- and only him -- as the backup to Manning.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

Hillis' sprained ankle could help Gaskins and Michael Cox make the team if it lingers, but if they're picking between Cox and Gaskins for that fourth spot, Gaskins looks like the better player so far in camp. Tom Coughlin also keeps saying that the fullbacks can play running back, and they have been using Henry Hynoski all over the formation in practice, so it's possible they could carry just three here, especially if they can get Gaskins on the practice squad.

FULLBACK (1)

It's a camp battle between Hynoski and John Conner, and I don't think the Giants will keep both. There was even some talk early in camp that they could go without a fullback, but the continued poor showing by the tight ends likely has put that to bed.

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)
Marcus Harris is ahead of both Washington and Parker, but he injured his shoulder Friday night and is likely to miss the start of the season, if not more. Parker sneaks onto the list this week because (a) with Beckham's hamstring injury continuing to be a problem, they may need to carry six wide receivers just to have five and (b) Parker is the primary punt returner right now with Beckham and Trindon Holliday laid up.

TIGHT ENDS (4)

Donnell, Davis and Robinson each got exactly 14 snaps in the first half Friday night, and Robinson was the only tight end in the game on the successful two-minute drill at the end of the first half. What's it all mean? Really just that no one has separated himself in this group. Davis was the starter ahead of Donnell for the first time Friday, but there's still no clarity on this situation.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (9)
Geoff Schwartz's injury has created a real mess here, as he projects to miss a significant amount of time due to a dislocated toe. The most likely scenario is that Richburg ascends the starting left guard role, but Mosley remains a question mark at right guard, which is why Reynolds (who can play center or guard) enters the picture here. Jerry could claim one of the starting guard spots, but at the very least, he becomes a more valuable reserve. Brewer, who once appeared gone for sure, becomes more valuable as an all-around backup. And the missed opportunity for Eric Herman, who's suspended for the first four games for a drug violation, looms even larger.

DEFENSIVE LINE (9)

Very few changes here, though if Kuhn's leg injury ends up costing him practice time, it could open up a spot for someone like defensive end Kerry Wynn to make the team. Bromley has looked surprisingly good in games so far and could slide in for Kuhn in the defensive tackle rotation for the short term.

LINEBACKERS (6)

Kennard has been so good so far that, if they only keep five, you wonder about Paysinger's spot a little bit. Williams is the starter at the weakside spot, even in the base defense, as long as he can stay healthy. And Kennard is a first-teamer right now on the strong side, with McClain manning the middle in place of the injured Beason. I wonder if Kennard could keep the spot ahead of McClain even once Beason comes back. Herzlich is on the squad for special teams, where he has great value.

CORNERBACKS (5)

It helps the numbers that Jayron Hosley will be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for a drug violation. If he does make the team, the Giants will have to clear a spot for him in Week 5. This group could also swell if the Giants decide they need to keep sixth-round pick Bennett Jackson and/or Charles James for special teams. It's going to be tough to make the Giants' roster as a corner this summer, though recent injuries to Amukamara and Bowman could result in a short-term spot opening.

SAFETIES (4)
Cooper Taylor's toe injury is serious enough to keep him out for a long time, possibly even the whole season. That's unfortunate for Taylor, but it helps Berhe and likely helps someone at another position, such as Charles James at cornerback or Adrien Robinson at tight end. The Giants like to have a balanced roster -- 25 offensive players, 25 defensive and three specialists -- but that's not a requirement.

SPECIALISTS (3)

Brown isn't home-free yet, as Brandon McManus is hitting bombs in practice and has shown well in games. But Brown hasn't done anything to lose his spot, and as long as he remains reliable, my bet is he keeps it.

Dallas Cowboys' projected roster

August, 25, 2014
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IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
I've had two quarterbacks on the roster from the beginning and this won't change. Dustin Vaughan will make the practice squad if/when he clears waivers. There's just too many needs elsewhere on the roster to carry a No. 3 quarterback, but Vaughan has some potential to see if he can develop.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

I know most of you are asking, 'Where is Ryan Williams?' There is no doubt he is among the top 53 players on the current roster, but that doesn't mean he earn a spot on the 53-man roster. A backup running back has to do more than just run it well. He has to play special teams and pass protect well. I've kept Clutts on the roster because I believe Jason Garrett will want the fullback on the roster, and the front office will listen to him.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)

This five has remained the same all summer and won't change. The expanded practice squads might help Jamar Newsome stick around. LaRon Byrd also has practice squad eligibility.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

This group hasn't changed either. I do wonder if they would look at more of a blocker after the final cuts, but Hanna has improved and will continue to have a role. He was on the roster bubble, in my view, at the start of camp, but I think he's earned a spot.

OFFENSIVE LINE (8)

I'm only going with eight linemen, which is kind of risky, but they will dress only seven on gameday and can stack the practice squad to help out. Nwaneri could help his cause if he could play some center, and he's taken some snaps in pre-practice there. Look for them to scout the market for tackle help too. Parnell has only been OK.

DEFENSIVE LINE (10)

Wilson re-appears on the list, but I've got to be honest I don't know if he makes it. It's just that this group needs all the help it can get. Where's DeMarcus Lawrence? I'm going to put him on injured reserve with a designation to return. Kenneth Boatright has not been as productive, but can still sneak in if Selvie's shoulder injury limits him early, especially with Spencer unlikely to be ready Week 1. Again, they'll look for help here once the cuts are final, or they could look to trade a player they would cut to another team.

LINEBACKERS (7)

The career of DeVonte Holloman will come to a close because of a neck injury, so he's been replaced by Smith. The seventh-round pick has some pop to him and can run well enough to earn some special teams time. I thought the starting linebackers would be set by now, but it's not. Do they go with McClain, Durant or Hitchens in the middle? Is Carter now a strong-side linebacker? Is Wilber more of a defensive end now?

CORNERBACKS (6)

Six corners might be a little heavy, but Patmon has done enough to make the team at a position of need with Orlando Scandrick out the first four games. Moore will work the slot, but the Cowboys need to cover themselves there, and Webb makes it due to experience. Patmon is still learning inside. I've had Mitchell on the roster the whole time, but he's peaked a little bit and could be in trouble.

SAFETIES (5)

It's the same five, but Heath (elbow) and Hamilton (hamstring) have injuries. Dixon is a thumper and not afraid. He can be a good special teamer, but he needs play smarter defensively. Could Ryan Smith work his way into this mix?

SPECIALISTS (3)

Same as it ever was.
Examining the Washington Redskins' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (3)
Jay Gruden only had two quarterbacks in each of his three seasons with Cincinnati, but Griffin still needs to prove his durability. Plus they like McCoy. So nothing has changed since the original posting. If something happened to Griffin, they would still be in good shape with Cousins and McCoy. If they go with two, then McCoy gets left off.

RUNNING BACKS (4)
Chris Thompson needs to return soon or he'll be gone. But Seastrunk has a lot -- a lot -- to prove in the pass game, from catching the ball to protection. Silas Redd could make it more interesting with a solid game against Cleveland. And if they want the guy more ready to play now they'll take Evan Royster. Problem is, he lacks the sort of speed and dynamic ability they want out of this role. This remains fluid and the next three games will determine a lot.

RECEIVERS (6)

Nothing has changed. Leonard Hankerson still doesn't seem close to returning. Hard to imagine he'd not only be cleared in the next two weeks but then also ready for the start of the season. The group of six I have listed have been clearly ahead of the rest.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

All three have appeared to have strong summers while rookie Ted Bolser has had ups-and-downs. They don't need him this year so they can afford to keep him on the practice squad.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)

I wish this could be done Tuesday after a second preseason game so this could look a little different next week (with two games to judge players in that span). So, for now, I'll stick with last week's selections. I'm leaning toward putting tackle Tom Compton back on the list -- coaches felt he was the best of the second unit last week. Josh LeRibeus did not have the sort of night to match the storyline of his big redemption tour. Another up-and-down night against the Browns and I'll take him off -- I'll do it, I tell ya. But will they really keep four tackles? Still, LeRibeus did not play well enough and is now doing so for a new head coach who did not draft him. Pick it up, son.

DEFENSIVE LINE (6)

Bowen is confident he'll be ready for the start of the season; we'll see. The coaches don't know if that's the case yet so he could end up on the physically unable to perform list. If he doesn't return this week, that's where I'll have him next week with Clifton Geathers taking his place. The big fella doesn't move well but can eat up space.

LINEBACKERS (9)

Nothing has changed here. Sharpton's high ankle sprain makes him interesting, and he must do a better job in what he's asked to do. But he's on the roster for now. If he somehow has to be out a while then Akeem Jordan will get the nod here. But, for now, this group stays the same.

CORNERBACKS (5)

Another easy position considering I think they'll only keep five players here with Chase Minnifield still eligible for the practice squad. I've always been a fan of Richard Crawford, whom I consider a future coach. But he's still working his way back from last year's knee injury. Breeland didn't have a good week off the field -- be smart young man -- but continues to impress on the field and excites them about his future.

SAFETIES (5)

Still not sold they'll keep five here. Robinson flies around and plays to contact; tough to leave a guy like that off the roster. But can he help you from scrimmage or is he just a special teamer? He might be tough to keep. Rambo was more aggressive last week, so if that continues against Cleveland he'll strengthen his case. With questions about Clark and Meriweather lasting all 16 games they really need stronger backups.

SPECIALISTS (3)

Considering they've done nothing, there's no reason to change here. The games will dictate the winner.
With training camp now under way, here's a look at how the Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out:

QUARTERBACKS (3)

On Sunday, Chip Kelly was asked if the Eagles would consider trading Sanchez, who is on a one-year contract with the Eagles. Kelly's replied that no one has called about the former Jet. Sanchez figures to be the No. 2 guy here for a year. Beyond that depends on how he, Foles and Barkley perform in 2014.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

Injuries have given young backs Henry Josey and David Fluellen some opportunities, and they have played pretty well. But the overarching question still seems to be whether the Eagles will keep three or four backs. If it's three, Tucker has the edge on Polk.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)

Injuries have had an impact here, too. But it would be surprising if these five players aren't on the team. Ifeanyi Momah and Arrelious Benn could force Chip Kelly to go with six wideouts and just three backs, though.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

Ertz should continue his ascent to the No. 1 slot here, but Celek’s completeness as a blocker and receiver make him tough to write off. It wouldn’t be shocking if somebody (Emil Igwenagu?) persuaded Kelly to move on from Casey, who probably wonders why he signed in Philadelphia last year.

OFFENSIVE LINE (10)

With Julian Vandervelde having surgery on his back, Molk moved up the depth chart. The Eagles have plenty of bodies behind the starting tackles and guards, but rely on one backup to Kelce.

DEFENSIVE LINE (7)

Vinny Curry's status looks stronger every week. The Eagles wanted to give younger players every chance to beat Curry out. But that hasn't happened, at least not yet. Curry's ability to rush the passer is what everyone is looking for.

LINEBACKERS (8)

The equation here is simple. Being a playmaker equals playing time. Those who aren't starters have to make plays in special teams. This still seems like the best overall group at the linebacker position.

SAFETIES (5)

That seems like a lot of safeties, but Maragos was signed for special teams, and the coaches like Reynolds enough to carry the fifth-round pick as he develops. Keelan Johnson has looked sharp and could force himself into the mix.

CORNERBACKS (5)

Carroll's hamstring injury has hampered his ability to challenge Williams and Fletcher for a starting job. He is still in the picture, though, as a veteran and quality special teamer. Watkins gets the draft-pick bump, but Roc Carmichael and Curtis Marsh are still in the mix, as well. If either really came on strong, things could get interesting.

SPECIALISTS (3)

These three mainstays all figure to be back. Henery has done all the kicking in games because rookie Carey Spear simply hasn't shown enough in practice to warrant the playing time. Jones and Dorenbos are competing only with themselves.

Dallas Cowboys' projected roster

August, 18, 2014
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IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
Dustin Vaughan is making things interesting, but with so many needs at other spots, the No. 3 QB is just too much of a luxury. People were excited about Alex Tanney at this time last year, too. Right now, he's on the practice squad.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

I believe Ryan Williams and Randle serve the same roles, so it's hard to justify giving them both roster spots. Williams showed some explosion and burst late in Saturday's game. Perhaps he or Randle can drum up some trade interest when it's time for cuts. If you keep both tailbacks, then I can't see Clutts making it. With the desire to run more, Clutts makes more sense.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)

These five have remained the same all camp and will continue to remain the same. It's too difficult for Jamar Newsome, LaRon Byrd or Chris Boyd to crack the 53 right now, and the needs on defense will trump the need for a sixth receiver.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

This group remains unchanged as well. Escobar hurt his shoulder against Baltimore, but the Cowboys don't believe it's too serious. Hanna had a drop but also caught a touchdown pass in his second straight game.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)

I'm sticking with the same group, but Stephen Goodin could make his way into the mix over Nwaneri considering Nwaneri's base salary would be guaranteed for the season if he's on the roster in Week 1. I also kept Wetzel as the third tackle, but look for the Cowboys to have an eye on the waiver wire for that spot if Darrion Weems can't return soon. Like last week, I wonder if going with eight linemen for Week 1 might be appropriate.

DEFENSIVE LINE (10)

I took DeMarcus Lawrence off the roster because I'm going to place him on short-term injured reserve, which would cost him the first six games. That allows Boatright to get a spot. I chose Boatright over Martez Wilson. Where's Zach Minter? He was good against Baltimore, but I want to see more of him before he gets a spot. Remember, Josh Brent could be in this mix, too.

LINEBACKERS (7)

I'm sticking with the same seven, but Lawrence's spot is "fungible" as Jerry Jones likes to say. Maybe Will Smith gets in the mix. Maybe it allows for an 11th defensive lineman, like Minter, Wilson or a waiver pickup or trade. Holloman's neck injury could open up a spot if it's serious.

CORNERBACKS (5)

No Orlando Scandrick? Well, he's suspended the first four games, so he's out of the mix for Sept. 7 against San Francisco. Webb gets the edge because he can play the slot and the Cowboys really don't have another slot corner after Moore and Webb. The coaches continue to rave about Mitchell, but he gets beat too much for my liking. I think he's done enough to make the 53, but Tyler Patmon or Justin Green could work their way into the mix.

SAFETIES (5)

Dixon might have put himself back on the bubble by showing up late to the final walk-through in Oxnard, California, which landed him a spot on the bench for the Baltimore game. He gets the spot for now, but he is out of wiggle room. I don't see another safety making the roster, but that could open a spot for a corner if needed.

SPECIALISTS (3)

Same as it ever was.

New York Giants' projected roster

August, 18, 2014
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Examining the New York Giants' 53-man roster after the first four weeks of training camp:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
I'm sticking with Nassib as the No. 2 even though Curtis Painter was the No. 2 on Saturday. And no, I don't see them carrying three quarterbacks again. If Manning goes down, the Giants are cooked anyway, whether it's Painter or Nassib behind him. So they might as well keep developing the kid unless he's totally incompetent. He looked good during Saturday's fourth-quarter comeback, going 6-for-8 for a touchdown on the final drive.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

Hillis' sprained ankle could help Gaskins and Michael Cox make the team if it lingers, but if they're picking between Cox and Gaskins for that fourth spot, Gaskins looks like the better player so far in camp. Tom Coughlin also keeps saying that the fullbacks can play running back, and they have been using Henry Hynoski all over the formation in practice, so it's possible they could carry just three here, especially if they can get Gaskins on the practice squad.

FULLBACK (1)
  • Henry Hynoski

It's a camp battle between Hynoski and John Conner, and I don't think the Giants will keep both. There was even some talk early in camp that they could go without a fullback, but the continued poor showing by the tight ends likely has put that to bed. Hynoski was lining up this past week in spots in the formation where they were trying tight ends earlier in camp, so he seems like the more likely guy to prove himself useful.

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)

Again, earlier in camp it looked as though they wanted to keep four tight ends and five wide receivers. But again, the receivers have performed well and the tight ends haven't, and at some point it becomes about putting the best people on the team, right? Part of me feels as though it would be a cool story if undrafted Marcus Harris OR undrafted Corey Washington make the team, but that it's likely not a great sign if they BOTH make the team. Hoping for one "the next Cruz" is one thing, but hoping for two feels like a lot. However, if Washington is going to catch a touchdown pass in every preseason game, as he has so far, then it's tough not to keep him.

TIGHT ENDS (4)

I think the Giants are starting to come to grips with the personnel deficiencies at this position, and 2012 fourth-round pick Robinson was looking like the odd man out before he caught a couple of key passes Saturday night in the Nassib comeback. They need to see more from Robinson, but he's a favorite of GM Jerry Reese, who still believes he can blossom. Fells practiced a bit this past week after missing time with a knee injury, and he could push Donnell for the No. 1 spot if healthy. None of these guys does anything to fire you up, and it remains possible they get help from outside the organization before it's all said and done.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (9)

There are injury and health concerns with Beatty and Jerry, but both have been on the field a bit early -- Beatty more so than the team expected. The Giants signed Brown and Jerry as veteran backups. They like Mosley's upside, and right now he's running with the first team at right guard, though he hasn't looked as physically strong as they'd like. The news that Eric Herman is suspended for the first four games for a drug violation opens a spot for Brewer, though there are clearly others who could beat him out for it. The team also could decide to go with eight offensive linemen while it waits for Herman, who's been working as a backup guard and center. Saturday night's shoulder injury to Charles Brown also could alter the picture here.

DEFENSIVE LINE (9)

Patterson and Jenkins project as starters at defensive tackle right now, though Patterson has missed a bunch of time lately with a shoulder injury. Hankins could overtake him as a starter, or they cold use Kuhn and Hankins in the rotation behind the starters. I'm curious about newly-signed veteran defensive end Israel Idonije, especially because of his reputation as a special teamer. But he wouldn't take a spot from anyone on this list, which means they'd have to cut at another position (linebacker?) to get him on the team.

LINEBACKERS (6)

Kennard has been so good so far that, if they only keep five, you wonder about Paysinger's spot a little bit. Williams is the starter at the weakside spot, even in the base defense, as long as he can stay healthy. And Kennard is a first-teamer right now on the strong side, with McClain manning the middle in place of the injured Beason. I wonder if Kennard could keep the spot ahead of McClain even once Beason comes back. Herzlich is on the squad for special teams, where he has great value, and while you may have read the DL blurb and be thinking that's a spot for Idonije, I don't think the Giants are interested in cutting Herzlich.

CORNERBACKS (5)

It helps the numbers that Jayron Hosley will be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for a drug violation. If he does make the team, the Giants will have to clear a spot for him in Week 5. This group could also swell if the Giants decide they need to keep sixth-round pick Bennett Jackson and/or Charles James for special teams. It's going to be tough to make the Giants' roster as a corner this summer.

SAFETIES (4)
Cooper Taylor's toe injury is serious enough to keep him out for a long time, possibly even the whole season. That's unfortunate for Taylor, but it helps Berhe and likely helps someone at another position, such as Charles James at cornerback or Adrien Robinson at tight end. The Giants like to have a balanced roster -- 25 offensive players, 25 defensive and three specialists -- but that's not a requirement.

SPECIALISTS (3)

Brown isn't home-free yet, as Brandon McManus is hitting bombs in practice and has shown well in games. But Brown hasn't done anything to lose his spot, and as long as he remains reliable, my bet is he keeps it.
With training camp now under way, here's a look at how the Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out:

QUARTERBACKS (3)

A year ago, Foles competed for the starting job with Michael Vick. Now the competition is between Sanchez and Barkley for the No. 2 spot. Sanchez has had the edge on Barkley throughout OTAs and the early part of training camp. His surgically repaired shoulder appears to be holding up just fine.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

It won’t be surprising if the Eagles go with only three backs here, as Chip Kelly has been talking Sproles up as a running back since signing him. Tucker has the lead early in camp, since he was here last year. But Henry Josey and David Fluellen have the preseason to draw some attention from Kelly.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)

This is a confusing position because of all the offseason churn. DeSean Jackson and Jason Avant are gone. Cooper is more established. Maclin is returning from injury. Matthews could develop into the best of the bunch. Ifeanyi Momah and Jeff Maehl are in the mix, too.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

Ertz should continue his ascent to the No. 1 slot here, but Celek’s completeness as a blocker and receiver make him tough to write off. It wouldn’t be shocking if somebody (Emil Igwenagu?) persuaded Kelly to move on from Casey, who probably wonders why he signed in Philadelphia last year.

OFFENSIVE LINE (10)

With Julian Vandervelde having surgery on his back, Molk moved up the depth chart. The Eagles have plenty of bodies behind the starting tackles and guards, but rely on one backup to Kelce.

DEFENSIVE LINE (7)

This is actually a tough group to project. I added Curry, because he keeps getting to quarterbacks, but couldn't really subtract anyone (I took a safety off). Square has looked more like a regular since camp began. The coaches seemed high on Hart, who played for Kelly and line coach Jerry Azzinaro at Oregon. Allen looked really good in Chicago.

LINEBACKERS (8)

I finally broke down and put Graham on here. It seemed like the former first-round pick would eventually be moved somewhere he could play defensive end, his natural position. But Graham continues to get pressure on QBs, and that is something the Eagles can't take for granted.

SAFETIES (5)

That seems like a lot of safeties, but Maragos was signed for special teams, and the coaches like Reynolds enough to carry the fifth-round pick as he develops. Johnson has looked sharp since returning from his arrest-related time off at the start of camp.

CORNERBACKS (5)

In Year 2 of a total redo at this position, the Eagles will let merit sort things out with this group. Williams and Fletcher were adequate last year but now have Carroll pushing them both. Boykin established himself as a solid nickel corner. The coaches are high on Watkins, a rookie from Florida. Roc Carmichael seems to be falling short in his quest to make the roster.

SPECIALISTS (3)

These three mainstays all figure to be back. Henery is working on kickoffs, which would help the coverage unit immensely. Jones had a solid season punting the ball and Dorenbos remains automatic at long-snapping.

Dallas Cowboys' projected roster

August, 11, 2014
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IRVING, Texas -- Examining the Dallas Cowboys' roster:

QUARTERBACKS (2)

Dustin Vaughan's performance against the San Diego Chargers has earned him some discussions about the practice squad. He has not done enough for the 53-man roster yet, but the Cowboys might have something worth developing.

RUNNING BACKS (4)


Randle took a step forward with how he played against the Chargers and not just his work as a runner. He did a decent job in pass protection and on special teams. Williams was OK, but he allowed a sack. I'm still not sold on a fullback. Clutts is the only real choice but injuries at other spots could lead to his demise.

WIDE RECEIVERS (5)


These five have remained the same all camp but the Cowboys have seven receivers who can play in the league if not with the Cowboys. Injuries will play a part in if they can keep a sixth (LaRon Byrd, Chris Boyd or Jamar Newsome) but that's a luxury for a team that will have to go heavy on defense.

TIGHT ENDS (3)


This group remains unchanged as well. Maybe they look outside for some help on the waiver wire to possibly add a fourth tight end, but that's almost a luxury too.

OFFENSIVE LINE (9)

If we're just going by what we see, then Wetzel deserves the third tackle spot over Darrion Weems, who has missed time with a dislocated shoulder. Wetzel isn't always pretty but he is tough, will fight and knows how to keep himself in good spots. I'm starting to wonder if I just go with eight offensive linemen, which seems light given injuries. Parnell needs to play better as well but so far his job is not in jeopardy.

DEFENSIVE LINE (10)

Spencer makes his first appearance on the 53-man roster, but that doesn't mean he will be ready for Week 1. He could be ready by Week 3, however, so stashing him on PUP for the first six weeks might not be worth it. His rehab has come along well. He takes Ben Gardner's spot. If Spencer isn't read a name to watch is Kenneth Boatright. He might not be this year's Selvie, but he has some ability that could help if Spencer is not ready early in the year.

LINEBACKER (7)

I'm going back to seven linebackers and Lawrence makes his first showing in the projections. He has improved quite a bit as a linebacker and is a trustworthy special teamer. His ceiling might be lower than a Will Smith, but this defense needs help right away. Lawrence could get them through a game whereas Smith's missed time due to injury hurts his cause. I wouldn't put McClain down as a lock yet. He needs to show up in the preseason games.

CORNERBACK (5)


I dropped Tyler Patmon from the list and part of that has to do with the safety position. I think Patmon is a guy who can get to the practice squad. B.W. Webb still has work to do. Mitchell's competitiveness is a good thing but he has to play better with his feet. He grabs too much. Having Carr back at camp is a good thing for a group that has not been 100 percent whole yet.

 

SAFETY (5)

Last week I said Dixon has to make an impression in the preseason games, and he did vs. San Diego with 12 tackles. He has a lot ot learn but he plays fast and hard. They can overlook some of his mistakes just because of his effort. Hamilton was off to a good start before he was sidetracked by a concussion. His spot is far from safe but he is an improved player.

SPECIALISTS (3)


No change here. Not sure there will be a change all camp.

New York Giants' projected roster

August, 11, 2014
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Examining the New York Giants' 53-man roster after the first three weeks of training camp:

QUARTERBACKS (2)
The Giants didn't like carrying three quarterbacks last season. They did so because they drafted Nassib as a fourth-round project with the thought that he wouldn't be active for any games as a rookie. But this year, they've come out and said Nassib needs to win the No. 2 job. He's worked as the clear No. 2 ahead of Curtis Painter all offseason, and I think he'd have to fall flat on his face to lose the job. If Manning goes down, the Giants are cooked anyway, whether it's Painter or Nassib behind him. So they might as well keep developing the kid unless he's totally incompetent.

RUNNING BACKS (4)

Hillis' sprained ankle could open a spot for Kendall Gaskins to make the team if it lingers, or it could prompt the Giants to look outside for running back help. Expect Williams to keep getting looks all preseason, as they'd love for him to emerge as a clear No. 2 who can spell Jennings when Jennings needs a break.

FULLBACK (1)

It's a camp battle between Hynoski and John Conner, but the Giants won't keep both. And they've been lining up tight ends in the backfield enough early in camp that you start to wonder whether they'll keep a fullback at all. If they do, my hunch is that Hynoski has shown enough ability to produce with the ball in his hands that he'll get the edge in Ben McAdoo's new offense ahead of Conner as long as Hynoski is healthy.

WIDE RECEIVERS (6)

Finally dropped Mario Manningham off this week, as I honestly don't see how they can keep him. His knee is obviously not right. He's rarely on the field, and when he is he's running very slowly. He'd have to make a remarkable improvement over the next three or four weeks to get the spot, and Harris has been as good as any receiver in camp so far. Washington has scored touchdowns in each of the first two preseason games and could be tough at this point to sneak onto the practice squad. At this point, Preston Parker seems more likely than Manningham to make the team if they carry six wide receivers.

TIGHT ENDS (3)

This is a big change this week. The Giants absolutely want to carry four tight ends. That is their ideal scenario, as their ideal offense would use the tight end liberally. But we saw fewer multiple-tight-end sets Saturday, and I think the reason is that they're starting to come to grips with the personnel deficiencies at that position. Why carry four tight ends and five wide receivers when your receivers are good and your tight ends aren't? So I took Adrien Robinson off this week because, honestly, he hasn't done a thing. Fells is hurt, and if he stays hurt, his spot could open up for Robinson. But Donnell was the clear No. 1 tight end Saturday, with Davis right behind him. None of them does anything to fire you up, and it remains possible they get help from outside the organization before it's all said and done.

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (9)

There are injury and health concerns with Beatty and Jerry, but both have been on the field a bit early -- Beatty more so than the team expected. The Giants signed Brown and Jerry as veteran backups. They like Mosley's upside, and right now he's running with the first team at right guard, though he hasn't looked as physically strong as they'd like. The news Friday that Eric Herman is suspended for the first four games for a drug violation opens a spot for Brewer, though there are clearly others who could beat him out for it. The team also could decide to go with eight offensive linemen while it waits for Herman, who's been working as a backup guard and center.

DEFENSIVE LINE (9)

Patterson and Jenkins project as starters at defensive tackle right now, though Patterson has missed a bunch of time lately with a shoulder injury. Hankins could overtake him as a starter, or they cold use Kuhn and Hankins in the rotation behind the starters.

LINEBACKERS (6)

Kennard has been so good so far that, if they only keep five, you wonder about Paysinger's spot a little bit. Williams is the starter at the weakside spot, even in the base defense, as long as he can stay healthy. And Kennard is a first-teamer right now on the strong side, with McClain manning the middle in place of the injured Beason. I wonder if Kennard could keep the spot ahead of McClain even once Beason comes back. Herzlich is on the squad for special teams, where he has great value.

CORNERBACKS (5)

It helps the numbers that Jayron Hosley will be suspended for the first four games of the regular season for a drug violation. If he does make the team, the Giants will have to clear a spot for him in Week 5. This group could also swell if the Giants decide they need to keep sixth-round pick Bennett Jackson and/or Charles James for special teams. It's going to be tough to make the Giants' roster as a corner this summer.

SAFETIES (5)

It's going to be tricky to get fifth-round pick Berhe on this roster, but the Giants like him enough to make room at the expense of someone like Brewer on the offensive line or Charles James at cornerback.

SPECIALISTS (3)

The kicker competition between Brown and Brandon McManus has fizzled a bit due to McManus' struggles with field goals in practice. The preseason games still could help decide this, but at this point there's no reason for the Giants to move away from Brown, who was a good kicker for them last year.

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