- Matt Lombardo of NJ.com wouldn’t be surprised to see second-round G Will Hernandez start at left guard alongside new LT Nate Solder.
- Lombardo expects third-round LB Lorenzo Carter to be part of the rotation at defensive end for the Giants in 2018, assuming he doesn’t win a job as a starting outside linebacker.
- Lombardo mentions that third-round DL B.J. Hill could be a rotational defensive lineman behind Damon Harrison and Dalvin Tomlinson this year.
- As for fourth-round QB Kyle Lauletta, Lombardo thinks he has a shot to win the Giants’ backup quarterback job.
- Bryan Strickland points out that the Panthers have three open roster spots that could go to some of the 28 players trying out for the team this weekend.
- Stickland points out that Panthers Ron Rivera listed WR Da’Ron Brown, WR Bug Howard, RB Kalif Phillips, OL Quinterrius Eatmon, OL Kyle Friend, DL Ashaad Mabry, DL Karter Schult, CB Brad Watson and CB James Caine as standout players.
- Rich Tandler of NBC Washington takes a look at some second-year players worth watching this summer in terms of taking a big step forward in their development much like Matt Ioannidis and Kendall Fuller did for Washington in 2017.
- Tandler’s list includes CB Fabian Moreau, OLB Ryan Anderson, C Chase Roullier, TE Jeremy Sprinkle, DL Jonathan Allen and S Montae Nicholson.