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July 27, 2008 9:23 AM

Line depth notes

Posted by Danny O'Neil

Here are some observations from the first two days of practice. Note, these are observations, and it reflects the practice repetitions and nothing more. Also, the number of injuries mean that players are constantly being juggled. In short, it's too early to start sketching out a depth chart or talking, rather these notes should provide a general guide for where things stand in roster competition. Most interesting is the defensive tackle spot, which figures to be one of the roster hot-spots.

Offensive line
1st team: LT Walter Jones (Ray Willis), LG Mike Wahle, C Chris Gray (Steve Vallos), RG Rob Sims, RT Sean Locklear

2nd team:LT Floyd Womack (Kyle Williams), LG Samuel Gutekunst, C Mansfield Wrotto, RG Pat Murray, RT William Robinson

Defensive line
1st team:LE Patrick Kerney (Baraka Atkins), DT Rocky Bernard, DT Brandon Mebane, RE Darryl Tapp.

2nd team: LE Jason Babin, DT Howard Green, DT Craig Terrill, RE Lawrence Jackson.

3rd team: LE Chris Cooper, DT Red Bryant, DT Larry Tripplett, RE Nu'u Tafisi.

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