The Bengals are expected to keep just two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster, making Pryor and Johnson most likely to be practice squad members.
Third-year RB Rex Burkhead has been taking snaps at slot receiver during OTAs.
Adam Teicher of ESPN does not expect any rookies to start at the beginning of the season, though he could see first-round pick CB Marcus Peters playing in Week 1 if CB Sean Smith is suspended due to his drunk driving case from June of 2014.
Teicher could see the Chiefs trading for a safety due to their excess of cornerbacks on the roster.
Teicher believes Peters and third-round rookie CB Steven Nelson have the intangibles to become a safety, if needed to do so.
Teicher writes that the Chiefs’ personnel like WR Albert Wilson “more than people think,” and is expected to be contribute more to the offense this season.
Mike Wells of ESPN believes it is “possible” the Colts run five wide receiver sets given the amount of depth they have at the position.
According to Wells, there is no chance of the Colts pursuing free agent RB Ray Rice.
Donte Moncrief, Duron Carter, and first-round rookie Phillip Dorsett are competing for No. 3 wide receiver duties.
Walker does not anticipate the Dolphins to have any receiver reach 1,000 yards, due to QB Ryan Tannehill‘s tendency to spread the ball to different receivers, and inability to consistently throw deep passes.