It’s Saturday morning, and that means ESPN.com’s NFL writers are opening their mailbags and answering questions from readers. Let’s take a look at some interesting whispers out of the NFC…
- Looking ahead to the Packers roster decisions, Rob Demovsky believes John Kuhn will be in Green Bay for at least another year. Meanwhile, he believes backup quarterback Brett Hundley is a lock to make the team.
- Michael Rothstein tries his luck at guessing which Lions players could make the squad and contribute on special teams. At the gunner position, the writer believes Jeremy Ross and Don Carey have the advantage, with Nevin Lawson having shown “mixed results.” For blockers, Rothstein opines that both Zach Zenner and George Winn will make the roster.
- Even though neither of the players have been very productive throughout their career, Rothstein is under the impression that the Lions will keep both of their backup quarterbacks, Dan Orlovsky and Kellen Moore.
- Nick Wagoner can’t envision the Rams holding on to defensive back Brandon McGee. The former fifth-rounder hasn’t seen the field much during training camp or the preseason.
- John Keim says it’ll be tough for Washington to keep three quarterbacks and four running backs. Trey Williams would seem to have the advantage over Chris Thompson, but the writer isn’t convinced that either of the running backs are safe.