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“Hopefully it shines enough in coaches’ minds that they want to keep me around,” Armstrong said.

Briscoe, on the other hand, did not finish the preseason how he hoped. He expected to play on several special teams units — something he counted on to increase his value — but he never did.

“Not one snap,” Briscoe lamented. He did have one catch for 17 yards, and he finished the preseason as the team leader in touchdown catches with two.

“I’m not really too confident about if I’m going to make it or not,” he said. “My offensive performance was pretty good this preseason, but I didn’t play any special teams. Just got to wait and see what happens.”