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Final 53-Man Roster Prediction

QB (3): Matt Flynn, Terrelle Pryor, Tyler Wilson

RB (3): Darren McFadden, Rashard Jennings, Jeremy Stewart

FB (1): Marcel Reece

WR (5): Denarius Moore, Rod Streater, Jacoby Ford, Brice Butler, Juron Criner

TE (4): David Ausberry, Jeron Mastrud, Mychal Rivera, Nick Kasa

OT (3): Alex Barron, Khalif Barnes, Menelik Watson

OG/C (5): Stefan Wisniewski, Mike Brisiel, Lucas Nix, Andre Gurode, Tony Bergstrom

DE (5): Lamarr Houston, Jason Hunter, Andre Carter, Jack Crawford, David Bass

DT (4): Vance Walker, Pat Sims, Stacy McGee, Christo Bilukidi

LB (6): Nick Roach, Sio Moore, Kevin Burnett, Kaelin Burnett,  Kaluka Maiava, Omar Gaither

CB (5): D.J. Hayden, Mike Jenkins, Phillip Adams, Tracy Porter, Chimdi Chekwa

S (4): Charles Woodson, Tyvon Branch, Usama Young, Brandian Ross

ST (4): Sebastian Janikowski, Marquette King, Jon Condo, Taiwan Jones

Total Roster: 52 (53 with Veldheer, who will be replaced by waiver claim or FA once he goes on IR)

 

PUP: Miles Burris

Reserve/Suspended: Andre Holmes

IR (Eligible to Return): Jared Veldheer

IR: Latavius Murray

 

Practice Squad (7):

Ryan Robinson, Matt McGloin, Jamize Olawale, Chase Thomas,  Greg Jenkins, Chance Casey, Conner Vernon

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