- Mike Rodak of ESPN projects the Bills to keep six receivers and move on from Marquise Goodwin, Greg Salas, Greg Little and Walter Powell.
- Rodak expects veteran FB Jerome Felton to beat out undrafted rookie Glenn Gronkowski for a job, despite his advanced salary.
- Some other notable Bills’ cuts, according to Rodak, include TE Nick O’Leary, LB Kevin Reddick, LB Jamari Lattimore, S Duke Williams and S Colt Anderson.
- Rodak has RT Seantrel Henderson opening the year on the non-football illness list and first-round OLB Shaq Lawson heading to the PUP list.
- ESPN’s Michael DiRocco takes a shot at projecting the Jaguars’ 53-man roster.
Now that the Jaguars have signed RB Chris Ivory, DiRocco views Jonas Gray as being expendable, considering that he is essentially another version of Ivory.
- DiRocco has the Jaguars keeping just five receivers and moving on from Arrelious Benn and Tony Washington.
- According to DiRocco, OL Luke Bowanko will open the season on the PUP list.
- In Mike Reiss‘ 53-man roster projection, he has the Patriots keeping four running backs — Dion Lewis, LeGarrette Blount, James White, and Brandon Bolden — and moving on from veteran Donald Brown.
- Reiss doesn’t have WRs Aaron Dobson, Chris Harper or Devin Lucien making the team, and instead has the Patriots keeping just five receivers this year. According to Reiss, OL Josh Kline and Tre’ Jackson are candidates to open the year on the PUP list.
- Some notable cuts include: DL Markus Kuhn, TE AJ Derby, rookie LB Elandon Roberts, LB Ramon Humber, and CB E.J. Biggers.
- Paul Kuharsky projects the Titans to keep four running backs on their roster including Bishop Sankey. This means that David Cobb would be on the outs in Tennessee.
- Kuharsky doesn’t have Tre McBride among the six receivers — Kendall Wright, Rishard Matthews, Tajae Sharpe, Dorial Green-Beckham, Harry Douglas, and Justin Hunter — he expects to make the team.
- In the secondary, Kuharsky doesn’t have CB B.W. Webb among the 11 defensive backs making the team.