NFL Rookies Jumping Up Depth Charts This Offseason

June 23, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the spring workout season complete and training camps about a month away, NFL teams are starting to get an idea for what their depth charts might look like for the 2015 season—and which of their rookies might end up in significant placements on their depth charts.
Most rookies, even some first-round picks, have to claw their way up the depth chart in advance of their debut seasons. Teams don't just give out starting spots in professional football; if a player wants to be in the lineup right away, he has to prove through OTAs, minicamps, training camp and the preseason that he deserves it.
The players highlighted in the following slides—none of whom were selected within the top 50 picks in the 2015 NFL draft—have already started building cases for themselves this offseason.
Players who were drafted with expectations of being immediate starters, such as Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota and Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper, are no...

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