Rhett's 53 man roster 2.0

I'm going to do one of these after every preseason game, so 3.0 will be next weekend, 4.0 the following, and the final after that.



Quarterback: Blaine Gabbert, Jordan Palmer

Running Back: Maurice Jones-Drew, Rashad Jennings, Montell Owens

Fullback: Greg Jones

X Wide Receiver: Laurent Robinson, Kevin Elliot

Z Wide Receiver: Justin Blackmon, Cecil Shorts III, Brian Robiskie

Y Wide Receiver: Mike Thomas

Tight End: Marcedes Lewis, Zach Miller, Zach Potter

Left Tackle: Eugene Monroe, Cameron Bradfield

Left Guard: Will Rackley, Jason Spitz

Center: Brad Meester, John Estes

Right Guard: Uche Nwaneri

Right Tackle: Eben Britton, Guy Whimper





Left End: Andre Branch, Aaron Morgan, George Selvie

Defensive Tackle: Tyson Alualu, CJ Mosley, D'Anthony Smith

Nose Tackle: Terrance Knighton, Jeris Pendleton

Right End: Jeremy Mincey, Austen Lane

Strongside Linebacker: Daryl Smith, Julian Stanford

Middle Linebacker: Paul Posluszny, Brandon Marshall

Weakside Linebacker: Russell Allen, Kyle Bosworth

Left Cornerback: Derek Cox, William Middleton, Mike Harris

Free Safety: Dwight Lowery, Rod Issac

Strong Safety: Dawan Landry, Chris Prosinski

Right Cornerback: Rashean Mathis, Aaron Ross, Kevin Rutland



Special Teams:

Kicker: Josh Scobee

Punter: Bryan Anger

Long Snapper: Jeremy Cain




John Chick

Clint Session

Practice Squad:

Drew Nowak OG

Mike Brewster C

Ryan Davis DE

Matt Veldman TE

Antonio Dennard CB

Antwon Blake CB

Mike Brown WR

D.J. Hall OG




- Palmer being cheaper and playing better makes it easier for the staff to roll with Palmer instead of Henne.

- I cut Bolen, because all though he is a presence on Special Teams, he is a non-factor on offense, I'd rather have a 6th receiver, than another fullback, when Owens can play either back position.

- Shorts is the backup slot, and Robiskie would go on the field before Elliot, just put him as the Z, because he isn't an X receiver.

- I almost cut Miller and went with Marcedes, Potter, and Cloherty, but Potter and Cloherty arn't very effective receiving tight ends, they can block well, but Miller is much more of a factor when healthy.

- Lot of depth on defense.

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