General Sports Discussion > NFL Board

Razorbacks in the NFL

(1/1)

bennyl08:
Brandon Allen: Hasn't made a lot of news so far. The rams have added Blake Bortles who most consider a lock to be the #2 qb on the roster leaving Allen to fight with an UDFA for a practice squad role. He's made some good plays in past pre-seasons but so do most qb's who make it to the NFL. Seems that there's a good chance that at worst he makes a practice squad somewhere, but at the same time, unlikely he makes a 53 man roster barring injury.

Stats: 32/52, 311 yards, 0 td, 1 int, 1 sack, 1 rush, 7 yards

Alex Collins: With legal troubles earlier and a fairly recent broken leg, unlikely he finds a team at any point before the season starts. However, he has as good a chance of any IMO of getting a deal mid-season when injury ends up hurting some team.

AJ Derby: missed him earlier, oops

Stats: 4 rec, 8 targets, 35 yards, long 14

Trey Flowers: Won't hear much from flowers this pre-season as he is starting on the PUP list still rehabbing from his shoulder injury. He is expected to be ready for the season opener though. In terms of opinions of the signing of Flowers by Detroit, Gil Brandt listed him as the third best FA signing this off-season. PFF listed him as the 9th best Edge players last year. Another analyst ranked the signing among the riskiest due to the large financial strain of the signing and the history of patriots players outside of new england.

Hjalte Froholdt: Not expected to see a lot of action this year with the Patriots. However, patriots have also never released a 4th round pick before week 1 of the regular season so odds are in his favor that he will make the 53. Currently projected to be at most the 2nd man in for an interior injury.

Dre Greenlaw: Also unlikely to be a starter this coming season, Greenlaw has been a huge surprise for the 49'ers. At the time of his drafting, it was projected that he'd mostly just be a special teams player with little value as an actual LB due to his smaller size and unimpressive measurables. However, due to injuries to Smith and Alexander, both of whom when healthy are very good LB's, Greenlaw ended up spending a good chunk of spring camps with the first team and is currently a place holder for Kwon who's almost healed from a leg injury. And he's been doing alright. There is talk that he could upend Smith for that third starting spot, though even the DC admits that the third starting spot would only get ~200-300 snaps with a majority going to the nickel back instead. Still, Greenlaw is well ahead of schedule in terms of development and is transforming from maybe a couple years as a special teams guy to somebody with a long potential career.

Stats: 13 tackles, 9 Solo, 1 TFL, Led team week 1.

Keon Hatcher: Not making any news yet with the Raiders other than being a long shot right now to make the roster, listed at third string on the latest official roster release.

Stats: 5 rec, 8 targets, 88 yards, long 27. Led team week 1.

Hunter Henry: Not much to say here yet. Not sure if chargers have started camp. He's healthy, claims to not even be thinking about his knee anymore. His goal this season is to play in all 16 games which he has yet to do in the NFL.

Stats: 5 rec, 5 targ, 35 yards, long 10.

Cody Hollister: He has been making catches in practice and was involved with the first skirmish in practice with the Titans. His name is being mentioned, but I'd wager he is still a very long shot. Granted, I wouldn't have expected him to still be in the NFL.

Stats: 5 rec, 8 targ, 73 yards, long 25, 1 td

Bijhon Jackson: The Panthers signed him away from the Chargers recently. However, he was then later carted off the field with an undisclosed injury.

Stats: 1 tackle, 1 solo

Denver Kirkland: Listed as the 2nd string RG for the Raiders, though he has been struggling with some muscle cramps. While he likely won't start, odds are good of him making the roster again this year.

Jeremiah Ledbetter: Ledbetter is getting unprompted name recognition from the HC in multiple interviews as somebody who is really coming along and can provide good depth for the Bucanneers. 2nd string DE in their 3-4 defense. He has been stuffing some run plays and even got a big man interception after blocking a pass and catching it.

Stats: 1 tackle, 1 solo

Mitchell Loewen: Can't find much football news on him with the Lions now. Most stories are about him helping a man out of an SUC that fell 4 stories. Listed as third string DE in a 4-3 behind Trey Flowers and De'Shaun Hand.

Stats: 3 tackle, 3 solo, 2 QB hit

Jason Peters: Still the starter and possible if not likely future HoF left tackle for the eagles.

Darius Philon: With the release of Robert Nkemdiche (sp?) by the Cardinals, Philon is now in line to start at DE in their 3-4 defense. He's brought a lot of energy to the Arizona defense.

Stats: 1 Assisted tackle

Ryan Pulley: Recently signed by the Panthers. As such, he's currently 5th on the depth chart, but is likely to move up a bit in time.

Stats: 2 tackles, 2 solo

Frank Ragnow: Moving back to center now in his second year with Detroit. The starting position is his to lose with talk of him entering the pro bowl conversation.

Santos Ramirez: On the Jets 4 deep safety depth chart, Ramirez is currently listed third though couldn't find him mentioned in any practice reports.

Stats: 6 tackles 6 solo

Randy Ramsey: In a joint practice with the Texans, Ramsey of the Packers was listed as getting eaten up by Davenport, Texan OT. However, in a Packers only practice report, Ramsey was noted along with another player as getting a couple QB pressures. He's currently 4th string.

Stats: 4 tackle (4 solo) 1 sack 1 tfl, 2 qb hits

Dan Skipper: Skipper has actually been playing first string LT for the patriots this offseason, primarily due to injuries and with a lot of roster losses. While he isn't exactly "wowing" in the role as a starter, he's done already exceeded expectations and could earn a roster spot.

Chris Smith: With the Browns, he has actually started a bit at DT with a rash of injuries largely keeping the entire first team DL on the sideline. Officially, he is the #2 DE and has been performing well this fall though unlikely to unseat Chubb or Garrett as a starter.

Stats: 1 tackle, 1 solo

Jeremey Sprinkle: In a Washington practice where starter Jordan Reed was resting, Sprinkle was the favorite target of all qb's. However, he has primarily been used as a run blocker and sits third officially behind Vernon Davis as well.

Stats: 3 rec, 5 targ, 41 yards, long 28

Robert Thomas: With the Bills roster as it stands, Robert Thomas isn't likely to crack the top 4 and thus likely the active roster. As a quality depth player with a good history, he could sign with another team who may experience an injury. Practice squad is also a possibility though he'd likely be signed by another team off of it.

Henre' Toliver: Not a lot of news of him. Currently sits 4th string on the depth chart.

Stats: 10 tackles, 10 solo, led week 2

Armon Watts: Currently 3rd string at NT, though he's also been playing the three technique.

Stats: 5 tackles, 2 solo, 0.5 sack, 1 qb hit, 1 pass defended.

David Williams: Is in a tough place in Denver right now. Basically one of 4 players all vying for that 4th RB spot. Plus he had the worst performance in the opening HoF game where he had iirc 5 yards on 9 carries, with a long of 3. He was also wide open for a pass that would have gone for a first down and dropped the pass that hit him in the hands.

Stats: 13 carry, 41 yards, long 20, 5 rec, 8 targ, 36 yards, long 12. Led week 1 receiving.

Jonathan Williams: JWill has been killing it in camp this season with the Colts. Marlon Mack appears to have the main back role locked down with Hines as the shifty receiving back, but with teams limiting reps for starters, particularly running backs, backup rb's have been getting a lot more reps. In almost every practice report, JWill is getting called out by name for his good performances. He's scoring td's in seemingly every practice. When doing the drill where you lower your shoulder into the sled, push it a bit, and then spin off, the RB coach was getting frustrated with the first few backs. JWill comes in with an audible pop and the coach rejoiced and said that's how you do it. In a passing one on one drill vs LB's, over 13 reps, the LB's won 8. However, JWill won all 3 of his repetitions. Similarly for pass blocking drills, JWill leads the group in winning his pass blocking one on one's.

Stats: 11 carries, 39 yards, 3.0 avg, Long 14, 5 rec, 6 targ, 33 yards, long 9.

Deatrich Wise Jr: After starting on the PUP list in New England, Wise Jr appears to have worked his way back up to first string DE where he will likely the be Patriots best pass rusher with the moving on of Flowers.

Stats: 4 tackles, 1 solo, 1 qb hit

Jarius Wright: Wright caught several passes in one practice for the Panthers, including the catch of the day leaping across the middle and bringing the crowd to its feet. Listed as the 2nd string receiver when only two positions listed, though he is routinely listed among the top three.

*Cole Hedlund:

Stats: 3/3 FG, long 44, 1/1 XP

bennyl08:
Obviously not a complete and thorough accounting, so please, feel free to chime in with any news of our razorbacks in the NFL this pre-season.

1highhog:

--- Quote from: bennyl08 on August 07, 2019, 04:25:55 pm ---Brandon Allen: Hasn't made a lot of news so far. The rams have added Blake Bortles who most consider a lock to be the #2 qb on the roster leaving Allen to fight with an UDFA for a practice squad role. He's made some good plays in past pre-seasons but so do most qb's who make it to the NFL. Seems that there's a good chance that at worst he makes a practice squad somewhere, but at the same time, unlikely he makes a 53 man roster barring injury.

Alex Collins: With legal troubles earlier and a fairly recent broken leg, unlikely he finds a team at any point before the season starts. However, he has as good a chance of any IMO of getting a deal mid-season when injury ends up hurting some team.

Trey Flowers: Won't hear much from flowers this pre-season as he is starting on the PUP list still rehabbing from his shoulder injury. He is expected to be ready for the season opener though. In terms of opinions of the signing of Flowers by Detroit, Gil Brandt listed him as the third best FA signing this off-season. PFF listed him as the 9th best Edge players last year. Another analyst ranked the signing among the riskiest due to the large financial strain of the signing and the history of patriots players outside of new england.

Hjalte Froholdt: Not expected to see a lot of action this year with the Patriots. However, patriots have also never released a 4th round pick before week 1 of the regular season so odds are in his favor that he will make the 53. Currently projected to be at most the 2nd man in for an interior injury.

Dre Greenlaw: Also unlikely to be a starter this coming season, Greenlaw has been a huge surprise for the 49'ers. At the time of his drafting, it was projected that he'd mostly just be a special teams player with little value as an actual LB due to his smaller size and unimpressive measurables. However, due to injuries to Smith and Alexander, both of whom when healthy are very good LB's, Greenlaw ended up spending a good chunk of spring camps with the first team and is currently a place holder for Kwon who's almost healed from a leg injury. And he's been doing alright. There is talk that he could upend Smith for that third starting spot, though even the DC admits that the third starting spot would only get ~200-300 snaps with a majority going to the nickel back instead. Still, Greenlaw is well ahead of schedule in terms of development and is transforming from maybe a couple years as a special teams guy to somebody with a long potential career.

Keon Hatcher: Not making any news yet with the Raiders other than being a long shot right now to make the roster, listed at third string on the latest official roster release.

Hunter Henry: Not much to say here yet. Not sure if chargers have started camp. He's healthy, claims to not even be thinking about his knee anymore. His goal this season is to play in all 16 games which he has yet to do in the NFL.

Cody Hollister: He has been making catches in practice and was involved with the first skirmish in practice with the Titans. His name is being mentioned, but I'd wager he is still a very long shot. Granted, I wouldn't have expected him to still be in the NFL.

Bijhon Jackson: The Panthers signed him away from the Chargers recently. However, he was then later carted off the field with an undisclosed injury.

Denver Kirkland: Listed as the 2nd string RG for the Raiders, though he has been struggling with some muscle cramps. While he likely won't start, odds are good of him making the roster again this year.

Jeremiah Ledbetter: Ledbetter is getting unprompted name recognition from the HC in multiple interviews as somebody who is really coming along and can provide good depth for the Bucanneers. 2nd string DE in their 3-4 defense. He has been stuffing some run plays and even got a big man interception after blocking a pass and catching it.

Mitchell Loewen: Can't find much football news on him with the Lions now. Most stories are about him helping a man out of an SUC that fell 4 stories. Listed as third string DE in a 4-3 behind Trey Flowers and De'Shaun Hand.

Jason Peters: Still the starter and possible if not likely future HoF left tackle for the eagles.

Darius Philon: With the release of Robert Nkemdiche (sp?) by the Cardinals, Philon is now in line to start at DE in their 3-4 defense. He's brought a lot of energy to the Arizona defense.

Ryan Pulley: Recently signed by the Panthers. As such, he's currently 5th on the depth chart, but is likely to move up a bit in time.

Frank Ragnow: Moving back to center now in his second year with Detroit. The starting position is his to lose with talk of him entering the pro bowl conversation.

Santos Ramirez: On the Jets 4 deep safety depth chart, Ramirez is currently listed third though couldn't find him mentioned in any practice reports.

Randy Ramsey: In a joint practice with the Texans, Ramsey of the Packers was listed as getting eaten up by Davenport, Texan OT. However, in a Packers only practice report, Ramsey was noted along with another player as getting a couple QB pressures. He's currently 4th string.

Dan Skipper: Skipper has actually been playing first string LT for the patriots this offseason, primarily due to injuries and with a lot of roster losses. While he isn't exactly "wowing" in the role as a starter, he's done already exceeded expectations and could earn a roster spot.

Chris Smith: With the Browns, he has actually started a bit at DT with a rash of injuries largely keeping the entire first team DL on the sideline. Officially, he is the #2 DE and has been performing well this fall though unlikely to unseat Chubb or Garrett as a starter.

Jeremey Sprinkle: In a Washington practice where starter Jordan Reed was resting, Sprinkle was the favorite target of all qb's. However, he has primarily been used as a run blocker and sits third officially behind Vernon Davis as well.

Robert Thomas: With the Bills roster as it stands, Robert Thomas isn't likely to crack the top 4 and thus likely the active roster. As a quality depth player with a good history, he could sign with another team who may experience an injury. Practice squad is also a possibility though he'd likely be signed by another team off of it.

Henre' Toliver: Not a lot of news of him. Currently sits 4th string on the depth chart.

Armon Watts: Currently 3rd string at NT, though he's also been playing the three technique.

David Williams: Is in a tough place in Denver right now. Basically one of 4 players all vying for that 4th RB spot. Plus he had the worst performance in the opening HoF game where he had iirc 5 yards on 9 carries, with a long of 3. He was also wide open for a pass that would have gone for a first down and dropped the pass that hit him in the hands.

Jonathan Williams: JWill has been killing it in camp this season with the Colts. Marlon Mack appears to have the main back role locked down with Hines as the shifty receiving back, but with teams limiting reps for starters, particularly running backs, backup rb's have been getting a lot more reps. In almost every practice report, JWill is getting called out by name for his good performances. He's scoring td's in seemingly every practice. When doing the drill where you lower your shoulder into the sled, push it a bit, and then spin off, the RB coach was getting frustrated with the first few backs. JWill comes in with an audible pop and the coach rejoiced and said that's how you do it. In a passing one on one drill vs LB's, over 13 reps, the LB's won 8. However, JWill won all 3 of his repetitions. Similarly for pass blocking drills, JWill leads the group in winning his pass blocking one on one's.

Deatrich Wise Jr: After starting on the PUP list in New England, Wise Jr appears to have worked his way back up to first string DE where he will likely the be Patriots best pass rusher with the moving on of Flowers.

Jarius Wright: Wright caught several passes in one practice for the Panthers, including the catch of the day leaping across the middle and bringing the crowd to its feet. Listed as the 2nd string receiver when only two positions listed, though he is routinely listed among the top three.

--- End quote ---

Great job and many thanks for posting this list.  Where do you get all of this information from?  Please don't just say google, lol. 

bennyl08:

--- Quote from: 1highhog on August 07, 2019, 05:01:20 pm ---Great job and many thanks for posting this list.  Where do you get all of this information from?  Please don't just say google, lol.

--- End quote ---

"don't just say google, don't just say google"

...

"umm, the internet and its search features?"

To be a bit more specific... espn has an nfl players by college feature which is usually pretty accurate this time of year including most everybody. Though I think come regular season, they don't list the practice squad members which kind of sucks. You just have to usually devote that kind of thing to memory, and even then, there'll be quiet transactions from one team's ps to another's.

For the actual tidbits, I use google news and go through each player's name and team. Since the NFL has open practices during camps (like Petrino had), there are usually several reports often similar to the practice reports of old that we'd get. From there, you'll see tidbits of coach's interviews, players who have helped or hurt themselves, and plays and such that stood out. Ideally, a player will be listed standing out in a good way or be mentioned by name by the coaching staff.

Cobi Hamilton a few years back with the Steelers was a great example of this. Really stood out in practice reports, played well in the preseason, then once injury struck, he was activated to the roster and had a solid season by NFL standards.

Other things you can gleam is whether a player is in position to start or not. Ragnow this year looks to be pretty set as the starting center and there's not really anything I saw in terms of a position battle. Other players like Ledbetter are currently starting, but only due to injury but making the most of it. Lastly, you can get things like the news on Philon who'd likely be looking at a backup role in Arizona, but with Nkemdiche (sp?) released, he is currently listed as the starter and so far has also been really standing out in practice reports.

JWill still scares me which is sad. He has done nothing but produce when given carries. He has popped in practices for all the teams that he's been on. Yet, he's always low on that depth chart. Given his speed, I can see why he isn't a feature back, but he seems to always be on the roster bubble.

Hook 'em Hogs:
Thanks so much for this.  It's great to hear how our boys are handling the big leagues!

greenie:
Good stuff, benny.  Thanks.

I sure hope that Collins hasn't seen his last snap on the field...but my guess is he's likely done.

No surprise on Ragnaw.  He was always a bright spot on our OL, even when it was good.

I couple of guys I'm really rooting for are JWill and Dre Greenlaw.  Both were great Razorbacks, on and off the field.

bennyl08:
Just a side note, but every razorback who has made it on a roster to this point has already done something pretty special. A lot of players get signed as camp bodies and never make it to fall training camp.

If you make it to the pre-season, you have some serious talent. Nearly half the players currently on rosters in general will be cut with about 20% of those making practice squads.

LAHogfan123:
Cody Hollister is having a very good game tonight, he has 4 receptions for 58yds and a td. against the Eagles. 

Airforcehawg:
Dan Skipper and Hjalte started the game and held down the left side of the line for the Pats last night. Dan Played a good chunk (1st Half) and Hjalte played almost the whole game. Granted I was doing some fast fowarding, but the both seemed to hold their own...although Hjalte was flagged at least once for holding.

hogfan14:
Randy Ramsey got his first sack against the Texans last night

Hogwild:
Live in New Orleans, am huge Saints fan,

Vikings @ Saints
Armon Watts's name was called out multiple times, "the rookie from Arkansas"
Might not show up in the stats, but Kamra's TD was called back due to Watt's being held.
During the 3rd quarter he split the guard/center twice, resulting in a pair of penalties.


gmarv:
Good stuff thanks Benny.

McGloin:
https://www.tmz.com/2019/08/09/arizona-cardinals-darius-philon-arrested-aggravated-assault-deadly-weapon/

A Hogwork Orange:

--- Quote from: McGloin on August 10, 2019, 07:46:51 am ---https://www.tmz.com/2019/08/09/arizona-cardinals-darius-philon-arrested-aggravated-assault-deadly-weapon/

--- End quote ---

That’s a big Yikes. Leave the strippers alone Philon!!

vandiar2:
I recall hearing AJ Derby's name last night while watching the Saints. It's possible he makes the 53 man roster. Thanks for compiling this list!

hawginbigd1:
BA has got to be close to running out of practice squad eligibility, i think you only have 2 or 3 years you can ride that train, maybe there are some exceptions not sure.

razorbacker3:
nm


hawgmasta:

--- Quote from: McGloin on August 10, 2019, 07:46:51 am ---https://www.tmz.com/2019/08/09/arizona-cardinals-darius-philon-arrested-aggravated-assault-deadly-weapon/

--- End quote ---

Dangit Darius, that’s a pretty serious offense. But if the cardinals really need him he will play; nfl just wants talent.

Tejano Jawg:
Strong performance there Benny. There's still some moving that can happen, so this will fun to keep up with.

I'm still bummed that Morgan and Spaight retired, from the standpoint that I always believed they could play. Maybe Morgan especially. I was talking about Jonathan Williams in another thread today, then looked him up to read that he just broke his rib. The news may have hit yesterday. There's another guy that I thought had what it took.

hogfan14:
Ragnow got rolled up on and carted off the field tonight. Hopefully it’s not a serious injury.

OPoraquê:
Last week, Brandon Allen was named game MVP for the Rams after throwing for 115 yards in their 14-10 loss to the Cowboys.  Tonight, he had an excellent 51-yard pass and finished with 167 passing yards + 7 rushing yards, pretty much half the Rams' offensive yardage in their 10-6 win over the Broncos.  He split time with Wake Forest's John Wolford, who had 79 total yards (10 rushes on 3 carries, as opposed to 1 carry for BA).  Neither was sacked nor threw an INT.

The still-young Fayetteville/Arkansas grad seems to have gotten better each week.

bennyl08:
Brandon Allen: Still in a relatively tight battle for the Rams #3 QB sport behind Goff and Bortles, but the general idea is that he has a slight lead. Tonights preseason finale will go a long way in determining who wins.

Alex Collins: Still not with a team. Has as good a chance of any of getting signed mid-season by a team due to injury, but those odds are still long.

AJ Derby: Signed with the Saints a few weeks ago. He's in a battle for that 3rd TE roster spot. Whether he makes the final roster is so far a toss-up. He's more dependable than Dan Arnold and a better blocker, with reliable production. Arnold has a higher ceiling but has been making more mistakes despite being with the team for longer.

Trey Flowers: Likely finishing his 2nd consecutive preseason without any game action. However, coming off of a surgery this off-season, he is well in line to be able to start the season opener for Detroit.

Hjalte Froholdt: Took 100% of the Patriots offensive snaps including some special teams work as well over the first two weeks. Was limited to 64% of the offensive snaps in the pivotal week 3 game where he did have a holding penalty and allow a sack. Against primarily one's, and playing nearly 2/3rds of the snaps, only having 3 total plays that you perform badly at as a rookie is pretty good. There's a fan video breaking down his week 3 play, and yeah, one holding penalty, he got whooped by a swim move and confused by a DL stunt, but otherwise did a good job. Over the first two weeks, PFF rated Froholdt as the 6th best guard who had played at least 20% of the teams offensive snaps. Probably won't be a starter yet, but he's almost a lock to make the 53.

Greenlaw: The niners just cut Malcolm Smith, a former super bowl MVP, with the general consensus being that it shows what the team feels like they have in Greenlaw. Greenlaw isn't the "definitive" starter in his place, but his versatility has impressed the coaching staff. So far in preseason games, Greenlaw has lined up 3 times at DL, 70 times at LB, 6 times as the Nickelback, 1 time at CB, and once at FS.

Keon Hatcher: Still not much news on Hatcher other than him tearing it up a bit that first preseason game for Oakland. He is definitely a bubble player who will be fighting for a spot tonight.

Hunter Henry: He's definitely going to be the Charger's starter at TE. Right now, the biggest debate is whether or not he will be a top 5 fantasy TE or not.

Cody Hollister: Hollister was listed 2nd string on the Titans depth chart and has had a good camp. Still think he's a bit of a long shot to make the final 53, but we will soon know.

Bijhon Jackson: Not a lot of news about him with Carolina. .

Denver Kirkland: Current projections have Kirkland not making the raiders roster this year.

Jeremiah Ledbetter: Has been talked about well by the Bucs coaching staff and appears headed for a reserve spot on the 53, but has had an ankle injury and definitely isn't a lock.

Mitchell Loewen: Like Ledbetter, Lions coaching staff seems to like him and he's performed well in the pre-season. Probably a little bit better chance to make the roster.

Jason Peters: Still going strong for the eagles and hoping to be healthier this year than he was last year coming off his ACL injury.

Darius Philon: With his legal issues, he'll have trouble finding a team for a little while.

Ryan Pulley: Hasn't really made much of any news and will be a longshot to make the roster or practice squad for Carolina.

Frank Ragnow: Suffered a minor ankle sprain in the preseason that looked pretty bad but shouldn't miss too much time and is still slated to be the lions starting center.

Santos Ramirez: Ramirez was cut for a few days when the jets added a new player, but he was quickly brought back into the fold. He's has performed pretty well in the preseason and isn't likely to make the 53 man roster for a team that deep at safety but could make their or somebody else's practice squad.

Randy Ramsey: He's been about 50/50 on making the Green Bay projected 53 man roster. Trading away of another OLB doesn't hurt and he's expected to play most of tonight's game.

Dan Skipper: The trade for some new OL is widely projected to come at the cost of Skipper making the final 53 for new england. He could still make it as a depth player, but appears more likely to make the practice squad now.

Chris Smith: By all accounts he appears to be a lock in the roster as a reserve pass rushing specialist for the Browns.

Jeremy Sprinkle: Will likely be a very low volume player, but seems cemented as washington's 3rd string TE and should make the roster.

Henre Toliver: Leads the giants in tackles so far this preseason. Also led the defense in snaps for the pivotal week 3. Like many others, not a lock by any stretch, but he has been practicing some lately at first string so he could be a factor as a depth player.

Brian Wallace: Recently signed by seattle about a week ago. However, he isn't likely to stick around there very long after being waived by Denver earlier.

Armon Watts: He's right on the bubble of making the Vikings roster but appears at worst case to make the practice squad if he doesn't make the 53. Like others, he has had some reps with the first team defense.

Jonathan Williams: Suffered a broken rib against the browns, but was otherwise having a very strong preseason and camp. Hard to say where that injury will leave him roster wise with Indy.

David Williams: Hasn't had a great camp so far and is not projected to make the team in Denver.

Wise Jr: He's all over the place in projections from being the Patriots likely starter to possibly even being cut. Also, thought this was an interesting quote by Wise Jr.


--- Quote ---"He’s known me since I was a sophomore in college,” Wise said of Patriots defensive line coach Bret Bielema. “He’s a very smart guy. It was only a matter of time until Coach Belichick found out how smart he was and brought him on board."

--- End quote ---

Jarius Wright: Many of the Carolina starters haven't played and Wright hasn't been targeted despite appearing in two contests. Still, at least early on, he's projected to the be #3 receiver for the Panthers.

bennyl08:
https://arkansas.rivals.com/news/pro-hogs-nfl-report-2019-preseason-week-3

Also, this link has some even better stats from our guys.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

Go to full version
Mobile View