AFC Mailbags: McGloin, Richardson, Bengals, Jets

It’s Saturday morning, and that means’s NFL writers are opening their mailbags and answering questions from readers. Let’s start the day with some notes from the AFC…

  • Considering the presence of Derek Carr and Christian Ponder, Bill Williamson believes the Raiders could shop quarterback Matt McGloin. If he ends up having a good preseason, another team could look to acquire the 25-year-old.
  • Regardless of the play of Raiders running back Latavius Murray, Williamson believes Trent Richardson will make the team’s opening day roster.
  • Coley Harvey would prefer to “wait and see” how the Bengals receivers perform before declaring that they need more depth at the position.
  • Rich Cimini guesses that four running backs will make the Jets roster, an indication that Zac Stacy will be safe. As the writer points out, the team surrendered a draft pick for Stacy, so the organization will try to make it work.
  • If Henry Anderson ends up starting on the defensive line for the Colts, Mike Wells says we can point to Kendall Langford‘s contract as a mistake.
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3 comments on “AFC Mailbags: McGloin, Richardson, Bengals, Jets

  1. Robert Grayson

    Ben, I believe the spellcheck got you: “the team surrounded a draft pick for Stacy”? Maybe “surrendered” would be more appropriate?

    • Bryan

      If you are going to criticize be accurate, yes he used the wrong word, but spellcheck won’t fix that


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