"We said going in that we thought it was a position that would be a strong one for us, a very competitive one and I think that it's proved out that way," said head coach Dick Jauron of his receiving core. "And we will and probably have let guys go already that will play in the league."
While the team is likely to go heavy at receiver, the cornerback slot could only see four start the season. R.W. McQuarters, Jerry Azumah and Charles Tillman are locks to make the squad, but either Todd McMillon or Roosevelt Williams could find be without a job.
Jason Goss is likely to be cut Sunday, but if he clears waivers the cornerback will be signed the five-man practice squad, which will be set Monday. Although there's no guarantee Goss will still be available.
"We'll set the practice squad with Jerry and Bobby and Greg Gabriel right at the time because lots of things happen. I wouldn't discount that happening," Jauron said. "But you've got to wait and see who else comes available all over the league and then what you're looking at, the condition of your team-like situations like this occur-and it may change the structure of your practice squad."