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53-Man Roster After Pre-Season Week 3

Started by titanskick8851, Aug 24 2013 09:32 PM

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#1

titanskick8851

OFFENSE: 25

 

QB (2): Jake Locker, Ryan Fitzpatrick

 

RB (4): Chris Johnson, Shonn Greene, Jackie Battle, Darius Reynaud

 

FB (1): Colin Mooney

 

WR (6): Kenny Britt, Nate Washington, Kendall Wright, Damien Williams, Michael Preston, Justin Hunter

 

TE (3): Delanie Walker, Taylor Thompson, Craig Stevens

 

OL (9): Michael Roos, Andy LeVitre, Rob Turner, Chance Warmack, David Stewart, Brian Schwenke, Mike Otto, Fernando Velasco, Byron Stingily

 

 

DEFENSE: 25

 

DL (9): Derrick Morgan, Jurrell Casey, Sammy Hill, Lavar Edwards, Ropati Pitoitua, Antonio Johnson, Mike Martin, Karl Klug, Kameron Wimbley

 

LB (7): Akeem Ayers, Moise Fokou, Zach Brown, Colin McCarthy, Zaviar Gooden, Tim Shaw, Patrick Bailey

 

CB (5): Jason McCourty, Tommie Campbell, Alterraun Verner, Coty Sensabaugh, Blidi Wreh-Wilson


S (4): Michael Griffin, Bernard Pollard, George Wilson, Corey Lynch

 

 

SPECIAL TEAMS: 3

 

K (1): Rob Bironas

P (1): Brett Kern 

LS (1): Beau Brinkley

 

 

PRACTICE SQUAD:

S Markelle Martin

CB Khalid Wooten

TE Jack Doyle

WR Rashad Ross

OL Oscar Johnson

LB Jonathan Willard

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Edited by titanskick8851, Aug 24 2013 - 09:44 PM.


#2

Nash

The only question is whether Wooten is better than Campbell at this point.. And he returns punts.

#3

Justafan

Wooten is not better than Campbell.  Not yet anyways.  



#4

cenj

Mookie better not make the roster. He got abused tonight. Watching him in relation to the rest of our DL was like watching guys like Tommie Campbell the first preseason game. He didn't belong on the field.



#5

cenj

Also, I'm glad Bailey and Shaw are such good ST players, because they sure better be -- we should never put those guys on the defense in the regular season.



#6

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QB (2): Jake Locker, Ryan Fitzpatrick
 
RB (4): Chris Johnson, Shonn Greene, Jackie Battle, Collin Mooney
 
WR (7): Kenny Britt, Nate Washington, Kendall Wright, Damian Williams, Michael Preston, Justin Hunter, Marc Mariani
 
TE (4): Delanie Walker, Taylor Thompson, Craig Stevens, Jack Doyle
 
OL (9): Michael Roos, Andy Levitre, Rob Turner, Chance Warmack, David Stewart, Brian Schwenke, Mike Otto, Fernando Velasco, Byron Stingily
 
DL (8): Derrick Morgan, Jurrell Casey, Sammy Hill, Lavar Edwards, Ropati Pitoitua, Mike Martin, Karl Klug, Kamerion Wimbley
 
LB (6): Akeem Ayers, Moise Fokou, Zach Brown, Colin McCarthy, Zaviar Gooden, Tim Shaw
 
DB (10): Jason McCourty, Tommie Campbell, Alterraun Verner, Coty Sensabaugh, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Michael Griffin, Bernard Pollard, George Wilson, Al Afalava, Khalid Wooten
 
ST (3): Rob Bironas, Brett Kern, Beau Brinkley
 
PUP: Kevin Walter

#7

titanruss

i coud see them keeping barden on the practice squad. 

rusty may still make the team. 

dujan harris - is he still PS eligible?

i think one of baily/shaw is gone.

solomon/markelle martin may still have a chance. 



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#8

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Harris was only active for 7 games last year, so hopefully they'll put him on the PS. I think Markelle will end up there as well.

Shaw's not going anywhere, but Bailey could be cut depending on how the roster shakes out. Solomon would provide flexibility as a DE/OLB hybrid.

#9

Soxcat

Harris was only active for 7 games last year, so hopefully they'll put him on the PS. I think Markelle will end up there as well.

Shaw's not going anywhere, but Bailey could be cut depending on how the roster shakes out. Solomon would provide flexibility as a DE/OLB hybrid.

 

No way Solomon makes the team over Bailey.  Bailey is the backup strong side LB and actually played decently (or better than I expected).   Solomon is going to be gone because of the numbers they have at DE and Klug able to move over if needed. They aren't getting rid of Wimbley, PItoitua or Edwards and of course Morgan.  No way they keep Solomon over any of those guys.  Also, Bailey is a much better STs guy than Solomon.



#10

WG53

No way Solomon makes the team over Bailey. Bailey is the backup strong side LB and actually played decently (or better than I expected). Solomon is going to be gone because of the numbers they have at DE and Klug able to move over if needed. They aren't getting rid of Wimbley, PItoitua or Edwards and of course Morgan. No way they keep Solomon over any of those guys. Also, Bailey is a much better STs guy than Solomon.


Solomon has been playing Sam too.

#11

Soxcat

Yes, Solomon is the 3rd string Sam which means he is gone.  






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