Marcus Murphy, running back, Buffalo Bills
Murphy will enter his fifth year in the NFL and third with the Bills.
His main completion will be at both punt and kick return spots where he’ll go up against receiver Isaiah McKenzie.
As for running back, Murphy is behind plenty of veterans as the Bills have LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore and TJ Yeldon. They also used a third-round pick on rookie Devin Singletary, so Murphy is slated as the No. 5 running back for now.
J’Mon Moore, wide receiver, Green Bay Packers
Moore, a fourth-round pick last season by the Packers, enters Year 2 deep in the wide receiver-heavy depth chart.
He sits on the third team and is somewhere between seventh and ninth in the order. The Packers took two other receivers in the 2018 draft, both behind Moore, in Equanimeous St. Brown and Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Both had solid rookie years, but Moore didn’t see the field as much and only had two catches.
So he sits on the roster bubble in his second camp with the Packers.
Terry Beckner Jr., defensive line, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Beckner was drafted in the seventh round and sits as a third-string defensive lineman for the Buccaneers.
He is behind Vita Vea, Ndamukong Suh, Beau Allen and Rakeem Nunez-Roches.
The Buccaneers will have a versatile defense that will switch from a 3-4 to a 4-3 throughout games, so it’s tough to say just how many defensive linemen they will keep, in particular defensive tackles who can switch to ends.
But Beckner likely sticks around on the practice squad at the very least.