As for the cornerback position, Jackson writes that Dolphins CB Cordrea Tankersley faces an “uphill climb” at a roster spot, considering that he hasn’t played in 19 months due to a knee injury.
Jackson also thinks Dolphins CB Jamal Perry could be in the bubble with a poor preseason with CB Nate Brooks being another long shot at cracking the 53-man roster.
Jackson thinks it’s unlikely the Dolphins keep more than four safeties and expects either Adrian Colbert, Kavion Frazier, or Steven Parker to get cut.
Although Jackson could see either Colbert, Frazier, or Parker securing a roster spot by injury or if the Dolphins elect to play third-round DB Brandon Jones as a hybrid safety/corner.
Brian Costello of the New York Post doesn’t expect the Jets to trade S Jamal Adams unless the situation turns ugly, which might involve a holdout or Adams demanding a trade. If that happens, the trade deadline makes sense for a potential deal.
Per ESPN’s Rich Cimini, former Jets LT Kelvin Beachum said he’s excited to see how his replacement, first-round OT Mekhi Becton, performs: “You can’t teach size, man. He’s a massive human being who can move extremely well. They’ve got a very, very talented young man who I’m excited to see.”