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86 Fred Davis 6-4 257 23 Southern Cal

87 Todd Yoder 6-4 251 31 Vanderbilt

Analysis: Yoder seemed to be on the bubble because he didn’t play much in the preseason and Sellers was a tight end in some formations. Although his playing time will slip, Yoder is still on the roster. Davis had a decent preseason, and it’s clear the coaches trust him more - against New England he was a part of several two-tight end sets. Cooley caught 83 passes but only one touchdown, so expect that to change.

RECEIVERS

11 Devin Thomas 6-2 215 22 Michigan St.

12 Malcolm Kelly 6-4 227 22 Oklahoma

82 Antwaan Randle El 5-10 185 30 Indiana

84 Marko Mitchell 6-4 218 24 Nevada

89 Santana Moss 5-10 200 30 Miami (Fla.)

Analysis: Mitchell was the surprise of camp, rising from seventh-round pick to the opening-week roster. Now the coaches have a conundrum: Was Mitchell so impressive that he warrants a specific role instead of being inactive on Sundays? He could take playing time away from Thomas, who was passed by Kelly in the preseason. Expect Kelly to be the regular No. 2 receiver and Randle El to play more in the slot in three-receiver sets.

OFFENSIVE LINE

50 Edwin Williams (G/C) 6-3 315 22 Maryland

60 Chris Samuels (T) 6-5 314 32 Alabama

61 Casey Rabach (C) 6-4 295 31 Wisconsin

63 Will Montgomery (C/G) 6-3 305 26 Virginia Tech

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