On the Hot Seat: NFL Players Unlikely to Remain With Their Current Teams

May 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With teams wrapping up a round of organized team activities and allocating precious practice time to rookies and veteran free agent signings, there are whispers regarding a number of veteran players and whether they are likely to retain a roster spot with their current teams.
OTA’s represent an opportunity for teams to see where newly acquired players might fit into rosters, and journeyman veterans generally spend more time on the sidelines than they prefer. It’s often noted around this time of the year that the NFL stands for "Not For Long."
Every year veterans are squeezed off rosters by younger, cheaper players often more willing to fulfill marginal roles on special teams while backing up at their regular position. For many veterans that don’t play special teams, they lose their roster spot once they lose their starting spot.
Here is a list of ten players that for various reasons are candidates to be with new teams by the time opening day...

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