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Agree with most except......think Marshall close to a lock on Dline, think Nasirildeen ahead of Sherwood, can't see both Wesco and Bawden sticking, Edoga over McDermott, and as probably the only fan of Zuniga on the site, he sticks again somehow.

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37 minutes ago, Sarge4Tide said:
  • Dark Green & Bold = Virtual Lock to be on the 53 man roster (30)
  • Dark Green = Safe Bet to be on the 53 man roster (14)
  • Orange & Bold = Player "On the Bubble" leaning to being on the 53 man roster (10)
  • Orange = Player "On the Bubble" leaning to not being on the 53 man roster (13)
  • Purple= Longshot but still with an outside chance to be on the 53 man roster (11)
  • Purple & Bold = Virtually no chance to be on the 53 man roster (13)

Projected Roster Breakdown by Group:

  • Offense - 25
  • Defense - 25
  • Specialists - 3

OFFENSE 
Quarterback  - 2 or 3

  •  2 - Zach Wilson  6'2" 214 BYU (QB)  
  • 19 - Joe Flacco 6'6" 245 Delaware (QB) 
  •  5 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)  
  • 15 - Chris Streveler 6'1" 216 South Dakota (QB)

Running Back  - 3 or 4

  • 32 - Michael Carter  5'8" 201 North Carolina (RB)
  • 20 - Breece Hall 6'1" 220 Iowa State (RB)    (Draft Pick) 
  • 23 - Tevin Coleman 6'1" 210 Indiana (RB)   
  • 48 - Nick Bawden 6'2" 245 San Diego St  (FB)  
  • 25 - Ty Johnson 5'10" 210 Maryland (RB)  
  • 22 - La'Michael Perine 5'11" 216 Florida  (RB)   
  • 38 - Zonovan Knight 5'11" 210 NC State (RB)  (2022 UDFA)

Tight End  - 3 (maybe 4)

  • 87 - CJ Uzomah 6'6" 260 Auburn (TE)   
  • 83 - Tyler Conklin 6'3" 248 Central Michigan (TE)  
  • 89 - Jeremy Ruckert 6'5" 250 Ohio State (TE)    (Draft Pick)   
  • 85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE/FB)    
  • 88 - Kenny Yeboah 6'4" 250 Mississippi (TE)   
  • 81 - Lawrence Cager 6'5" 220 Georgia (TE/WR)      

Wide Receiver - 5 (maybe 6)

  •  84 - Corey Davis 6'3" 209 Western Michigan (WR)   
  •   8 - Elijah Moore  5'10" 178 Mississippi (WR) 
  • 17 - Garrett Wilson 6'0" 183 Ohio State (WR)   (Draft Pick)  
  • 10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)     
  • 11 - Denzel Mims 6'3" 207 Baylor (WR)
  • 16 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR)
  • 82 - Irvin Charles 6'4" 212 Indiana Univ (PA) (WR)    (2022 UDFA)
  •  3 - Tarik Black 6'3" 213 Texas (WR)    
  • 86 - Keshunn Abram 6'1" 194 Kent State (WR)   (2022 UDFA)
  •  9 – Calvin Jackson 5'9" 193 Washington St.  (WR)     (Tryout Signee)
  •  6 - Rashard Davis (WR) 5'9" 175 James Madison (WR)

Offensive Line - 9 or 10

  • 77 - Mekhi Becton 6'7" 365 Louisville (T)  
  • 76 - George Fant 6'5" 322 Western Kentucky (T)  
  • 78 - Laken Tomlinson 6'3" 315 Duke (G)   
  • 60 - Conner McGovern 6'4" 306 Missouri (C)  
  • 75 - Alijah Vera-Tucker 6'4" 308 USC (G)   
  • 61 - Max Mitchell 6'6" 307 Louisiana (T)   (Draft Pick)  
  • 67 - Dan Feeney 6'4" 310 Indiana (G/C)
  • 69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)
  • 70 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)       
  • 63 - Grant Hermanns 6'7" 305 Purdue (T)        
  • 71 - Nate Herbig 6'4" 330 Stanford (C/G)   (Waiver Claim Eagles)
  • 66 - Ross Pierschbacher 6'4" 315 Alabama (G/C)
  • 72 - Isaiah Williams 6'3" 296 Akron (T/G)
  • 68 - Parker Ferguson 6'4" 306 Air Force (G/T) 
  • 62 – Derrick Kelly 6'5" 320 Florida State (G/T) (Tryout Signee)
  • 64 - Greg Senat 6'6" 305 Wagner (T)  <<< RESERVE NFI LIST

DEFENSE
Defensive Line - 8 or 9 (possibly 10?)

  • 58 - Carl Lawson 6'2" 265 Auburn (DE)   
  • 52 - Jermaine Johnson II 6'5" 254 Florida State (DE) (Draft Pick)  
  • 72 - Michael Clemons 6'5" 263 Texas A&M (DE) (Draft Pick)  
  • 95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)   
  • 91 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE)   
  • 98 - Sheldon Rankins 6'2" 305 Louisville (DT) 
  • 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315 Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)   
  • 54 - Jacob Martin 6'2" 242 Temple (DE/LB)   
  • 96 - Jonathan Marshall 6'3" 310 Arkansas (DT)     
  • 47 - Bryce Huff 6'3" 255 Memphis (DE)    
  • 99 - Vinny Curry 6'3" 279 Marshall (DE)
  • 94 - Solomon Thomas 6'3" 280 Stanford (DE) (Free Agent)
  • 92 - Jabari Zuniga  6'3" 264 Florida (DE)  
  • 51 - Tim Ward 6'6" 255 Old Dominion (DE)      
  • 55 - Hamilcar Rashed Jr. 6'2" 251 Oregon State (DE)    
  • 50 - Bradlee Anae 6'3" 260 Utah (DL)   
  • 79 - Tanzel Smart 6'1" 296 Tulane (DL)  

Linebacker - 4 or 5 (maybe 6)

  • 57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)   
  • 56 - Quincey Williams 5'11" 225 Murray State (LB) 
  •   9 - Kwon Alexander 6'1" 227 LSU (ILB) 
  • 44 - Jamien Sherwood  6'2" 216 Auburn (OLB)  
  • 45 - Hamsah Nasirildeen   6'3" 215 Florida State (OLB) 
  • 43 - Del'Shawn Phillips 6'2" 230 Illinois (LB)  
  • 36 - Marcell Harris   6'0" 215 Florida (OLB/S?)   
  • 53 - DQ Thomas 6'2" 216 (MTSU) (LB)   (2022 UDFA)

Cornerback - 6 (maybe 7)

  •  1 - Sauce Gardner 6'3" 190 Cincinnati (CB)    (Draft Pick)
  •  4 - DJ Reed 5'9" 193 Kansas State (CB)    
  • 37 - Bryce Hall 6'1" 202 UVA (CB)   
  • 26 - Brandin Echols  5'10" 180 Kentucky (CB) 
  • 30 - Michael Carter II 5'10" 184 Duke (S/CB)
  • 34 - Justin Hardee 6'1" 194 Illinois (CB) 
  • 40 - Javelin Guidry 5'9" 191 Utah (CB) 
  • 27 - Isaiah Dunn 5'11" 189 Oregon State (CB)  
  • 31 - Rachard Wildgoose 5'10" 191 Wisconsin (CB)   
  •   0 - Luq Barcoo 6'1" 175 San Diego St. (CB) 

Safety - 4 (maybe 5)

  •   6 - Jordan Whitehead 5'10" 198 Pitt (S)   
  • 29 - Lamarcus Joyner 5'8" 185 Florida State (S/CB)  
  • 21 - Ashtyn Davis 6'1" 202 Cal (S)   
  • 41 - Jason Pinnock 6'0" 205 Pitt (S/CB)    
  • 39 - Will Parks 6'0" 200 Arizona (S)  
  • 33 - Elijah Riley 6'0" 205 Army (S)   
  • 46 - Kai Nacua  6'0" 205 BYU (S)   
  • 22 - Tony Adams 6'0" 185 Illinois (S)    (2022 UDFA)

Punter - 1

  •  7 - Braden Mann 5'11" 198 Texas A+M (P)   

Kicker - 1

  • 14 - Greg Zuerlein 6'0" 191 Missouri West (PK)  
  • 15 - Eddy Pinero 6'0" 185 Florida (PK)    

Long Snapper - 1

  • 42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke (LS) 

 

 Mostly nit-picking…

Tevin Coleman as a safe bet. 
Berrios a lock. 
Edoga over Feeney and McDermott, Herbig at least leaning making the 53. 
Swap Rankins and Huff (but I think they keep 10). 
Kwon’s probably a lock. 
MC2 over Hall. 

 

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Very good list.  The guy I'm curious about is Ashtyn Davis.  Unlike Mims, who has shown he can play from time to time, Davis seems to lack instincts even to be a good S off the bench.  Not sure that can be coached...

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Good list. As others have said I’d move Berrios to a lock. Barring injury I’d say Kwon is damn near a lock too, he’s already getting a lot of run with the first team next to Mosley according to practice reports. And I might have Michael Carter II there as well, though that might be a matter of semantics. Would be stunned if he didn’t make the 53 after a solid rookie year, and he would for sure be scooped up off the practice squad.

On another note, I agree with where you placed Huff given his injury history and the sheer volume of DEs they brought in, but really hope he makes the team. His speed off the snap is among the tops in the league and I don’t think we’ve seen anywhere close to his ceiling. Of all the bubble guys, he’s the one I can most easily see being the guy we look back on in a few years wondering how they let him get away.

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It’s nice to have enough depth that we will be cutting people who are NFL players. This is the first time in a long time that we have to worry about cutting the wrong person. The DL is especially deep. Nice job Sarge, thanks.

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I think the top 5 WRs are a lock, including Mims.  I'm very intrigued by Cager at TE because the physical tools are ridiculous.  I have no real hope why Wesco could make the team, might as well just keep an extra OL.  

I don't think Edoga makes it, feel like Mitchell was picked to take his spot.  I feel like Solomon Thomas makes it as well because he's familiar with the system.  Although, need to see how some injuries fall.

What is impressive is that for once, we have depth.  Years past, most of the locks were clear, and we were looking at what other teams could discard.  

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Off: (25)

QB (2)

Flacco is Veteran PS and White is back-up (Flacco gets game day call-up and White is placed on the Non-active)

RB (4)

Johnson and Perine make it Coleman on Veteran PS

WR (6)

Mims and Smith make it

TE (4)

Wesco makes it

OL (9)

Herbig and Edoga over Feeney is Veteran PS

DEF: (25)

DL (9)

Shepard is gonna get cut or Veteran PS and both Huff, Thomas/Curry is Veteran PS and one makes it. Marshall (PS)

LB (5)

Nas makes it

CB (6)

Only green maybe Hardee loses spot

S (5)

Parks makes it

 

 

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1 hour ago, kevinc855 said:

Agree with most bur berrios is a lock not a safe bet

i think harbrig makes the roster

i see Mimms trending not making the roster ( I see a trade)

Mims along with the top 4 WRs should be on the roster. That is always the problem when those who think you should not be 5 deep at WR. At certain parts of games 4-5 WRs can be on offensive plays at the same time. You can't have any one of them not being good enough to be out there.

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9 minutes ago, UnknownJetFan said:

Mims along with the top 4 WRs should be on the roster. That is always the problem when those who think you should not be 5 deep at WR. At certain parts of games 4-5 WRs can be on offensive plays at the same time. You can't have any one of them not being good enough to be out there.

Irvin Charles is having himself a nice little camp.....will he make the roster, PROB no, but I gotta  be honest, if he shows up in a few preseason game I wouldnt be SHOCKED, but a bit surprised if he slips in at 5

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I have not looked in a bit, but contract-wise I would assume that Berrios and Kwon Alexander are sticking.  OTOH, Shepherd seems cuttable and Solomon Thomas seems like he is here for the year.  They have two kickers guaranteed $700k+ and I am not sure either will be kicking for us on opening day.

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1 hour ago, JiFapono said:

Solid list, as Kevy Kev said above, Berrios is a lock.  He might lead the team in receptions playing out of the slot.

For the bubble candidates on offense, I see, Coleman, Bawden and Mims as very solid bets to make roster.  If they keep Bawden, I could Yeboah making the team over Wesco.  Smith vs. Charles is probably the last WR spot.  I could also see Ty making the 53 but maybe not the game day roster unless of injury.

Not as convicted on D, I like the list you created, I do wonder if the coaching staff is higher on Curry than maybe we realize.  Seemed like they were eager to get him back.

 

 

Totally agree. I don't see both Bawden and Westco making the Roster, there just isn't room. If Wesco can prove to be as effective as a FB in the run game, I think he makes it because of the position versatility. If Bawden is markedly better as a FB and is an asset to the run game (which I think we'll rely heavily on) I think he makes it as Ruckert looks like he will fill the blocking TE role nicely. Only advantage Wesco has is experience at both positions but if he is a noticeable downgrade in the run game I think he's gone. 

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8 minutes ago, MichaelScott said:

Totally agree. I don't see both Bawden and Westco making the Roster, there just isn't room. If Wesco can prove to be as effective as a FB in the run game, I think he makes it because of the position versatility. If Bawden is markedly better as a FB and is an asset to the run game (which I think we'll rely heavily on) I think he makes it as Ruckert looks like he will fill the blocking TE role nicely. Only advantage Wesco has is experience at both positions but if he is a noticeable downgrade in the run game I think he's gone. 

The other factor and I'm not sure how much of this had to do with availability but Bawden was playing like 70% of the ST's snaps, in addition to getting offensive run while I think Wesco was getting a bit more run offense but less on ST's.  I just feel they're redundant but I agree with your point, it will be highly dependent on who can play the FB position better.

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32 minutes ago, kevinc855 said:

Irvin Charles is having himself a nice little camp.....will he make the roster, PROB no, but I gotta  be honest, if he shows up in a few preseason game I wouldnt be SHOCKED, but a bit surprised if he slips in at 5

Charles making the roster would have a lot to do with what he could contribute on special teams.  A 5 or 6 receiver needs to be a guy that contributes on specials, and its really hard to know which guys are getting reps on specials.

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4 minutes ago, Rhg1084 said:

I’d rank Huff > Martin 

There is no way I see Martin getting cut.  The Jets gave him $6M guaranteed.  He is here for sure.  It would cost them more to cut him than to keep him.  Bryce Huff is in the last year of his UDFA contract.  He will be an RFA which means they can keep him cheap or trade him.  He may make the team, but it won't be over Martin.

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Nice list.

My personal view:

QB: I think we just keep 2 on the roster

RB: Coleman is at least light green

RB/TE: only one of Bowden/Wesco. Nod goes to Wesco because of Special Teams

LB: Hamsah light green. I got Phillips making the team (dark red). But I might be the only one who thinks that. 😂
 

Here’s my ranking of special teams importance not including the kickers and LS

1: Berrios - returner

2: Hardee: primary gunner

3: Phillips: all purpose. Played on every unit

4: Smith: gunner and returner

5: Wesco: blocker

6: Nasirildeen: all purpose


I think those are the guys Boyer will be pounding for. First two are locks. 

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Won't quibble.

I have this feeling about Cager though. If he plays specials he can be a red zone throat, big WR in 12 which makes it sort of 11, making him sort of a 3 roster spot guy in one. I think Wesco is odd man out. MC2 is a mortal lock.

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7 hours ago, Sarge4Tide said:
  • Dark Green & Bold = Virtual Lock to be on the 53 man roster (30)
  • Dark Green = Safe Bet to be on the 53 man roster (14)
  • Orange & Bold = Player "On the Bubble" leaning to being on the 53 man roster (10)
  • Orange = Player "On the Bubble" leaning to not being on the 53 man roster (13)
  • Purple= Longshot but still with an outside chance to be on the 53 man roster (11)
  • Purple & Bold = Virtually no chance to be on the 53 man roster (13)

Projected Roster Breakdown by Group:

  • Offense - 25
  • Defense - 25
  • Specialists - 3

OFFENSE 
Quarterback  - 2 or 3

  •  2 - Zach Wilson  6'2" 214 BYU (QB)  
  • 19 - Joe Flacco 6'6" 245 Delaware (QB) 
  •  5 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)  
  • 15 - Chris Streveler 6'1" 216 South Dakota (QB)

Running Back  - 3 or 4

  • 32 - Michael Carter  5'8" 201 North Carolina (RB)
  • 20 - Breece Hall 6'1" 220 Iowa State (RB)    (Draft Pick) 
  • 23 - Tevin Coleman 6'1" 210 Indiana (RB)   
  • 48 - Nick Bawden 6'2" 245 San Diego St  (FB)  
  • 25 - Ty Johnson 5'10" 210 Maryland (RB)  
  • 22 - La'Michael Perine 5'11" 216 Florida  (RB)   
  • 38 - Zonovan Knight 5'11" 210 NC State (RB)  (2022 UDFA)

Tight End  - 3 (maybe 4)

  • 87 - CJ Uzomah 6'6" 260 Auburn (TE)   
  • 83 - Tyler Conklin 6'3" 248 Central Michigan (TE)  
  • 89 - Jeremy Ruckert 6'5" 250 Ohio State (TE)    (Draft Pick)   
  • 85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE/FB)    
  • 88 - Kenny Yeboah 6'4" 250 Mississippi (TE)   
  • 81 - Lawrence Cager 6'5" 220 Georgia (TE/WR)      

Wide Receiver - 5 (maybe 6)

  •  84 - Corey Davis 6'3" 209 Western Michigan (WR)   
  •   8 - Elijah Moore  5'10" 178 Mississippi (WR) 
  • 17 - Garrett Wilson 6'0" 183 Ohio State (WR)   (Draft Pick)  
  • 10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)     
  • 11 - Denzel Mims 6'3" 207 Baylor (WR)
  • 16 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR)
  • 82 - Irvin Charles 6'4" 212 Indiana Univ (PA) (WR)    (2022 UDFA)
  •  3 - Tarik Black 6'3" 213 Texas (WR)    
  • 86 - Keshunn Abram 6'1" 194 Kent State (WR)   (2022 UDFA)
  •  9 – Calvin Jackson 5'9" 193 Washington St.  (WR)     (Tryout Signee)
  •  6 - Rashard Davis (WR) 5'9" 175 James Madison (WR)

Offensive Line - 9 or 10

  • 77 - Mekhi Becton 6'7" 365 Louisville (T)  
  • 76 - George Fant 6'5" 322 Western Kentucky (T)  
  • 78 - Laken Tomlinson 6'3" 315 Duke (G)   
  • 60 - Conner McGovern 6'4" 306 Missouri (C)  
  • 75 - Alijah Vera-Tucker 6'4" 308 USC (G)   
  • 61 - Max Mitchell 6'6" 307 Louisiana (T)   (Draft Pick)  
  • 67 - Dan Feeney 6'4" 310 Indiana (G/C)
  • 69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)
  • 70 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)       
  • 63 - Grant Hermanns 6'7" 305 Purdue (T)        
  • 71 - Nate Herbig 6'4" 330 Stanford (C/G)   (Waiver Claim Eagles)
  • 66 - Ross Pierschbacher 6'4" 315 Alabama (G/C)
  • 72 - Isaiah Williams 6'3" 296 Akron (T/G)
  • 68 - Parker Ferguson 6'4" 306 Air Force (G/T) 
  • 62 – Derrick Kelly 6'5" 320 Florida State (G/T) (Tryout Signee)
  • 64 - Greg Senat 6'6" 305 Wagner (T)  <<< RESERVE NFI LIST

DEFENSE
Defensive Line - 8 or 9 (possibly 10?)

  • 58 - Carl Lawson 6'2" 265 Auburn (DE)   
  • 52 - Jermaine Johnson II 6'5" 254 Florida State (DE) (Draft Pick)  
  • 72 - Michael Clemons 6'5" 263 Texas A&M (DE) (Draft Pick)  
  • 95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)   
  • 91 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE)   
  • 98 - Sheldon Rankins 6'2" 305 Louisville (DT) 
  • 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315 Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)   
  • 54 - Jacob Martin 6'2" 242 Temple (DE/LB)   
  • 96 - Jonathan Marshall 6'3" 310 Arkansas (DT)     
  • 47 - Bryce Huff 6'3" 255 Memphis (DE)    
  • 99 - Vinny Curry 6'3" 279 Marshall (DE)
  • 94 - Solomon Thomas 6'3" 280 Stanford (DE) (Free Agent)
  • 92 - Jabari Zuniga  6'3" 264 Florida (DE)  
  • 51 - Tim Ward 6'6" 255 Old Dominion (DE)      
  • 55 - Hamilcar Rashed Jr. 6'2" 251 Oregon State (DE)    
  • 50 - Bradlee Anae 6'3" 260 Utah (DL)   
  • 79 - Tanzel Smart 6'1" 296 Tulane (DL)  

Linebacker - 4 or 5 (maybe 6)

  • 57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)   
  • 56 - Quincey Williams 5'11" 225 Murray State (LB) 
  •   9 - Kwon Alexander 6'1" 227 LSU (ILB) 
  • 44 - Jamien Sherwood  6'2" 216 Auburn (OLB)  
  • 45 - Hamsah Nasirildeen   6'3" 215 Florida State (OLB) 
  • 43 - Del'Shawn Phillips 6'2" 230 Illinois (LB)  
  • 36 - Marcell Harris   6'0" 215 Florida (OLB/S?)   
  • 53 - DQ Thomas 6'2" 216 (MTSU) (LB)   (2022 UDFA)

Cornerback - 6 (maybe 7)

  •  1 - Sauce Gardner 6'3" 190 Cincinnati (CB)    (Draft Pick)
  •  4 - DJ Reed 5'9" 193 Kansas State (CB)    
  • 37 - Bryce Hall 6'1" 202 UVA (CB)   
  • 26 - Brandin Echols  5'10" 180 Kentucky (CB) 
  • 30 - Michael Carter II 5'10" 184 Duke (S/CB)
  • 34 - Justin Hardee 6'1" 194 Illinois (CB) 
  • 40 - Javelin Guidry 5'9" 191 Utah (CB) 
  • 27 - Isaiah Dunn 5'11" 189 Oregon State (CB)  
  • 31 - Rachard Wildgoose 5'10" 191 Wisconsin (CB)   
  •   0 - Luq Barcoo 6'1" 175 San Diego St. (CB) 

Safety - 4 (maybe 5)

  •   6 - Jordan Whitehead 5'10" 198 Pitt (S)   
  • 29 - Lamarcus Joyner 5'8" 185 Florida State (S/CB)  
  • 21 - Ashtyn Davis 6'1" 202 Cal (S)   
  • 41 - Jason Pinnock 6'0" 205 Pitt (S/CB)    
  • 39 - Will Parks 6'0" 200 Arizona (S)  
  • 33 - Elijah Riley 6'0" 205 Army (S)   
  • 46 - Kai Nacua  6'0" 205 BYU (S)   
  • 22 - Tony Adams 6'0" 185 Illinois (S)    (2022 UDFA)

Punter - 1

  •  7 - Braden Mann 5'11" 198 Texas A+M (P)   

Kicker - 1

  • 14 - Greg Zuerlein 6'0" 191 Missouri West (PK)  
  • 15 - Eddy Pinero 6'0" 185 Florida (PK)    

Long Snapper - 1

  • 42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke (LS) 

 

14 - Greg Zuerlein 6'0" 191 Missouri West (PK) ????

 

how the hell do i not remember this happening...this is great!

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Wesco/Bawden - Only one will make it, imo. Leaning Wesco.

Soloman - Making it. DLINE needs deep depth for Saleh.

Mims Vs Jeff Smith is one of the tougher calls. Trade makes sense, but is a "Loss" for JD if it comes to that. 2nd round guy you "dont have room for" that we will have room for next year (C Davis gone). Big investment to then mismanage and have to cut bait with. Would love to see mims here this year, as its highly likely one of CD, EM, GW will miss some time. Mims is up to speed, can play any spot, which kept him off the field last year to some degree. Jeff Smith is probably a better player and WR right now, but MIMS tools and what NYJ has invested in him, makes it more likely they roster him and let Smith go... Were talking about dudes that really aren't "impact" player, so stick with developing YOUR GM's wr Pick who has a higher ceiling. Keep both if you can. there 3/4 WR sets we see more of now will mean more WR injuries.

 

I like 12 of our DL... i would hate to cut any of them. Rough call for JD. Cutting Real NFL players is a new feeling, and i don't like it! :)

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Great job Sarge.

I think they keep 10 DL and Solomon is one of them. No Room for Shep or Curry.

2 QBs, 4 RBs, 4 TE/FB, 9 OL

Fingers crossed for no injuries but some of the hard choices will be solved by an injury, just hope for nothing major 

Possible, even likely that one of 53 isn't on the roster yet.

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