Steven Means may have competition for his spot on the Bucs depth chart. Chaz Sutto has been impressing this spring so this summer may matter in a big way for the defensive end.
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Playing across from college superstar Jadaveon Clowney, defensive end Chaz Sutton didn’t garner much attention from the draft community, but he’s a talented player that could develop into a threat as an edge-rusher. He looked explosive and played his heart out during spring practices and defensive line coach Joe Cullen said good things about Sutton and his development. His main competition is with second-year pass rusher Steven Means as the backup right end.
Alex Neutz is getting some home town press as he prepares to head back to Cincinnati for spring camp.
Neutz Ready for First NFL Training Camp - Time Warner Cable News
But now he's getting ready for the real deal -- his chance to show what he can do and try to make the team by the end of camp.
Neutz will return to Cincinnati in about 12 days as the Bengals kick off training camp on July 24.
Khalil Mack wants to sack Tom Brady, Peyton Manning - NFL.com
"I think I'm at my best as a wild card on defense, being used at multiple spots on the field, as strange as that might sound," Mack wrote. "That's what the team has laid out for me, and I think that will be a good thing. I like the idea of being the guy other teams have to look out for."
Khalil Mack expects to move around on Raiders’ defense | ProFootballTalk
With established veterans such as Justin Tuck and LaMarr Woodley, Mack won’t have to be the sole provider of pass-rush. But his young legs and multiple skills will come in handy for a defense which will have to carry the Raiders this year.
Colby Way is battling for a spot on the Bills Roster, this same article mentions Brim and his competition.
Finally Branden Oliver continues to get some good press from San Diego fans.
BO Knows – Interview with Branden Oliver | BoltBlitz.com
At 5’8″ and 201 lbs out of the University of Buffalo, Branden Oliver set a lot of school records – playing out of the MAC. During his 2nd year of playing, he broke the UB single season rushing record which was previously held by current NFL running back James Starks. "Bo" was ranked by nfldraftscout.com’s 45th best RB out of 228. At the combine, he ran a 4.63 – 40 with 26 reps on the bench press.