Could former top-10 pick Justin Gilbert be on his way out in Cleveland? Will German wide receiver Moritz Böhringer make the Vikings' roster? How effectively will rookie Keenan Reynolds make the switch from quarterback to receiver-returner? NFL Nation reporters answer these questions and much more as they take a crack at projecting the 53-man rosters for all 32 teams.
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Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals' defensive line is the deepest area on their roster, and veteran Red Bryant could be on the outside looking in. Read more.
Atlanta Falcons: Veteran wide receiver and returner Devin Hester could be on the bubble with the Falcons, but he's safe -- for now. Read more.
Baltimore Ravens: Rookie Keenan Reynolds was one of the standout players in offseason practices, which gives him the edge for the receiver-returner role. Read more.
Buffalo Bills: The Bills' major question is whether first-round pick Shaq Lawson goes on the reserve/physically unable to perform list or whether he is kept on the 53-man roster until he's healthy. Read more.
Carolina Panthers: Could the Panthers keep two fullbacks, including an undrafted rookie who has been nicknamed "Rockhead," on their roster? Read more.
Chicago Bears: The Bears usually keep three quarterbacks on the 53-man roster, but keeping a fullback requires them to trim a spot somewhere, and that could be bad news for David Fales. Read more.
Cincinnati Bengals: One of the toughest decisions confronting Bengals coaches will be choosing between practice-squad standout Jake Kumerow and Mario Alford at wide receiver. Read more.
Cleveland Browns: Former top-10 pick Justin Gilbert, who got a long look in the offseason with Joe Haden out, is in danger of not making the Browns. Read more.
Dallas Cowboys: Safety J.J. Wilcox, going into the last year of his deal and counting $1.8 million against the cap, is on the outside looking in. Read more.
Denver Broncos: The Broncos' training-camp quarterback battle looms large. Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian will battle to be the starter while first-round pick Paxton Lynch develops. Read more.
Detroit Lions: The Lions could keep three tight ends on their roster, including undrafted rookie Cole Wick. Read more.
Green Bay Packers: There's been some buzz about the possibility of the Packers keeping seven receivers, but that's unlikely. Jared Abbrederis might not have a spot. Read more.
Houston Texans: For the first time since the start of the 2013 season, the Texans don't have a quarterback competition looming in training camp. Read more.
Indianapolis Colts: Keep an eye on running back Josh Ferguson, an undrafted free agent out of Illinois, to push Robert Turbin to be Frank Gore's primary backup. Read more.
Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars could opt to keep three quarterbacks on the active roster, which means losing a spot somewhere else, most likely at running back. Read more.
Kansas City Chiefs: Quarterbacks Tyler Bray and Aaron Murray were put on notice after the Chiefs drafted Kevin Hogan in the fifth round. How many QBs will the Chiefs keep? Read more.
Los Angeles Rams: The Rams will feature a whopping five first-round picks in their defensive-line rotation. Oh, and they have a good, young quarterback, too. Read more.
Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins' secondary is expected to have three new starters this year, while their linebackers have a lot to prove. Read more.
Minnesota Vikings: Moritz Böhringer, the first player to go directly from Europe to the NFL, didn't show in either organized team activities or minicamp that he's ready for the NFL yet. Read more.
New England Patriots: Wide receiver Aaron Dobson, a former second-round pick, had an impressive spring, but there might not be a place for him on New England's roster. Read more.
New Orleans Saints: The Saints usually keep at least eight offensive linemen on the roster, which leaves room for two undrafted rookies. Read more.
New York Giants: Running back Orleans Darkwa might not have a spot on the Giants' roster, unless the team gives up on Andre Williams. Read more.
New York Jets: Teams without a franchise quarterback have to do strange things sometimes, and that could include four QBs on the Jets' roster. Read more.
Oakland Raiders: Undrafted wide receiver Max McCaffrey has the genes and the speed to be a slot receiver and special-teams ace for the Raiders. Read more.
Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles are on track to keep four tight ends, including a veteran who looked good in OTAs and minicamp and could play some fullback. Read more.
Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers could keep 10 linebackers -- six pass-rushers and four inside 'backers -- in order to develop back-to-back sixth-rounders. Read more.
San Diego Chargers: Despite quarterback Zach Mettenberger's uneven play during offseason work, he's projected to be the Chargers' third QB. Read more.
San Francisco 49ers: Blaine Gabbert has the upper hand on the 49ers' starting quarterback job, but don't be surprised to see Colin Kaepernick make a strong push in camp. Read more.
Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks have a deep group of running backs, which puts Christine Michael, a former second-round pick, on the bubble. Read more.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: As of now, fifth-round pick Caleb Benenoch has a spot on the Bucs' offensive line because of his experience at both guard and tackle in college. Read more.
Tennessee Titans: If the Titans keep just two quarterbacks, they could take as many as 11 defensive backs. Read more.
Washington Redskins: Former starter Perry Riley is not a lock to make the Redskins' roster. Would Washington keep him as a $5 million backup who does not excel on special teams? Read more.