Predicting the Biggest Potential Preseason Roster Cut at Every Position (Bleacher Report)

Good morning!
Back again today with a new piece at Bleacher Report: Predicting the Biggest Potential Preseason Roster Cut at Every Position.

Not all of them are “big” but hey, there’s only so much you can do to work with a title.

Here’s a sampling—as always you can read the whole thing at B/R.

Offensive Line: Derek Sherrod, Green Bay Packers

When Getty Images only has one picture of you since you’ve joined the NFL, that’s a bad sign.

After Derek Sherrod’s rookie season, cut short by a broken leg, the young tackle hasn’t seen the field. Worse, he’s been placed on the PUP list to start training camp, according to Weston Hodkiewicz of the Green Bay Press-Gazette.

That’s not good, especially not a year-and-a-half after the initial injury.

As decimated as the Packers offensive line was again last year, if he was even remotely healthy he would have played. That he’s either still being handled with kid gloves (best-case scenario) or still too hurt to practice (worst-case scenario) is alarming and a bad sign.

It’s safe to assume if he doesn’t see the field in camp, he may see an injury settlement and the waiver wire.

There’s three for every position, so check the whole thing out.

I’ll have a video up at BR later as well, so stay tuned.

And as always, thanks for coming by.

The Complete NFL Training Camp Guide for All 32 Teams

I’ve been bad updating this the last few weeks—vacation does that.

So I’ll make it up to you with a massive slideshow – a complete NFL Training Camp Guide for All 32 Teams.

Here’s a taste with the Houston Texans—as always you can read the whole thing at Bleacher Report.

The Houston Texans and quarterback Matt Schaub were so close to a Super Bowl appearance before getting curb-stomped in the second half of their game in the divisional round by the New England Patriots.

A fantastic J.J. Watt-led defense gets Brian Cushing back, while the offense has added a potentially fantastic No. 2 wide receiver in DeAndre Hopkins whom the team hopes will pull some coverage off Andre Johnson.

The Texans hit camp in high spirits, hoping that this is the year to push their franchise over the top. Matt Goldstein has everything you need to follow the action in his Texans camp guide.

As always, thanks for stopping by.

ps – have done a bunch of video in the last month – will make sure that’s updated as well. Wish I could get the embed working though……