Let's update that 53 man bad boy!!
Posted 14 June 2013 - 01:42 PM
RB: Spiller/FJax/Choice (could really use a big back)
FB: Summers (not a shoe in; V. Leach is available)
TE: Chandler/L. Smith/Dickerson/Gragg (could be improved and then reduce 4 to 3)
WR: S. Johnson/Woods/Graham/Rogers/Goodwin/B. Smith (watch out for Hogan says an insider)
OG: Urbik/C. Brown (watch out for C. Scott says an insider)
K: Hopkins (not a shoe in)
DT: K. Williams/Dareus/Branch/Carrington/Troup (could use another athletic big man; R. Bernard and R. Seymour are both available)
DE/OLB: Ma. Williams/Lawson/Anderson/Hughes/Br. Scott (Pough and Blatnick are both good players who make the PS)
SS: A. Williams/Searcy/Meeks (Meeks is on the bubble; AW is the fashizzle)
FS: Byrd/D. Williams (DW can play S and CB)
CB: Gilmore/McKelvin/Brooks/Rogers/Robey/Butler (only an average group; could use at least one vet CB addition; Robey can really cover the slot)
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Posted 16 June 2013 - 10:08 PM
Don't be surprised if Aaron Williams returns back to CB.
Dickerson may be the H-Back instead of a true Full back. That allows them to retain the three TEs.
Posted 17 June 2013 - 03:14 AM
That's true of most teams' fourth-sixth wide receivers.
It's unlikely that they will all develop, and Smith is a proven solid wideout/returner; there is no reason to keep Easley over him, for example.
As for the depth chart, I think Justin Rogers and either Moats or Dowtin get cut.