- Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald writes that the two concerns that remain for the Dolphins include defensive tackle depth beyond Ndamukong Suh and the offensive line if Mike Pouncey has another setback or if a starting tackle is injured.
- Jackson mentions that the Dolphins should enter training camp with Nick Williams, Lawrence Okoye, Davon Godchaux and Vincent Taylor competing for their No. 3 defensive tackle job.
- According to Jackson, Walt Aikens, Jordan Lucas, Maurice Smith, Lafayette Pitts and A.J. Hendy are seemingly competing for one or two roster spots this summer with Aikens likely being the front-runner for a spot.
Green Bay has been lining up second-year OL Kyle Murphy as an interior lineman and offensive tackle this offseason.
“In the NFL, you have to be able to play everything,” Murphy said, via Wed Hodkiewicz of Packers.com. “Everything is similar enough. As long as you stick to your rules and your techniques, it pretty much takes care of itself.”
Murphy went on to say that he has gained more confidence entering his second season and is competing for a starting role.
“You’re almost trying to survive out there,” said Murphy. “When you do it again, you have that comfort level and that confidence to go out there and thrive instead of just survive. I’m going to work my butt off these next few weeks and come to camp ready to compete because we have some really talented guys in the o-line room pushing each other every day. I’m ready to go.”
- Rich Tandler of CSN Mid-Atlantic considers Will Compton, Zach Brown and Mason Foster to be the three locks to make the Redskins’ 53-man roster at linebacker.
- From there, Tandler considers Martrell Spaight, Chris Carter, and Zach Vigil to be on the roster bubble with Pete Robertson, Josh Harvey-Clemons, and Nico Marley all being long shots to make the team.