- Michael C. Wright projects the Bears to keep Jimmy Clausen and rookie David Fales over Jordan Palmer.
- WR Santonio Holmes is projected to be the final receiver to make the Bears’ roster. (Michael C. Wright)
- Michael C. Wright has the Bears keeping just two tight ends on their roster.
- Veteran S Adrian Wilson hasn’t yet shown enough to make the team up to this point. (Michael C. Wright)
- RB Montee Ball is visiting with his doctor Monday in the hope of gaining clearance after he underwent appendectomy surgery two weeks ago. (Mike Klis)
- HC Chip Kelly told reporters that Alex Henery is the No. 1 kicker, despite the fact that he’s facing competition from Carey Spear. (Zach Berman)
- RB Mikel Leshoure “has shown nothing thus far during practice or games to warrant keeping him.” (Michael Rothstein)
- Recently signed CB Drayton Florence “hasn’t shown much so far.” (Michael Rothstein)
- If the Packers keep a sixth receiver it’s likely to be Kevin Dorsey given that he can be a solid special teams player. (Rob Demovsky)
- The Packers could place rookie TE Colt Lyerla on injured reserve if they would like to keep for another year. (Rob Demovsky)
- There’s a decent chance that fourth-round pick LB Carl Bradford doesn’t make the team. (Rob Demovsky)
- ESPN’s Mike Reiss projects the Patriots to keep just two tight ends, but seven receivers.
- WR Josh Boyce “hasn’t done enough to warrant a spot,” but his future potential could prove to be too much to give up on for the Patriots. (Mike Reiss)
- Veteran DE Will Smith “hasn’t done much to distinguish himself,” which could lead to him being left off their roster.
- The injury to DT Sealver Siliga could open the door for recently acquired DL Jerel Worthy to make the team. (Mike Reiss)