JJ Watt – The three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year will begin his 10th season in the NFL. Watt will look to stay healthy this season and add to his sack total. He is currently 41st all-time with 96.0 sacks.
Jonathan Taylor – After a historic career as a member of the Wisconsin football team, Taylor will begin his NFL career with the Colts. He was drafted in the 2nd round of this year’s draft. He is currently listed as the backup running back, but many believe it won’t be long until he is the starter in Indy.
Leon Jacobs – Jacobs was a former 7th-round pick of the Jaguars. He has worked his way to earning a starting spot at outside linebacker for the Jaguars.
Joe Schobert – Schobert spent the last four years with the Cleveland Browns and he was a tackling machine. This offseason he earned a big contract with the Jaguars and will join Jacobs as a starting linebacker for the Jags defense.
Dare Ogunbowale – Ogunbowale was recently cut by the Bucs after they signed Leonard Fournette. He should have a chance to earn some playing time with the shambles that is the Jaguars running back unit.
Los Angeles Chargers
Ryan Groy – Groy is on his 6th team in the past seven seasons. He was cut by the Chargers but was re-signed to join their practice squad this season.
Los Angeles Rams
David Edwards – Edwards will begin his second in the league. He is currently listed as the backup right guard after playing 16 games with the Rams last season.
Rob Havenstein – Havenstein is listed as the Rams starter at right tackle. He has been the starter for the Rams since he was drafted in 2015. Last season, he played in nine games.
Las Vegas Raiders
Alec Ingold – As a rookie, Ingold was the lead blocker for Josh Jacobs last year. He signed with the Raiders as an undrafted rookie last season.
Vince Biegel – After stops with the Packers and the Saints, Biegel looks like he found a home. Unfortunately, he suffered a knee injury this preseason and will miss the rest of the 2020 season.
Michael Deiter – In his rookie season with the Dolphins, Deiter started 15 games and played in all 16. He played 93% of the teams’ offensive snaps.
Andrew Van Ginkel – In his rookie year, Andrew Van Ginkel played in six games, starting one, and he tallied 15 total tackles, one sack, and a fumble recovery.
Ryan Connelly – A surprise cut from the New York Giants, Conelly was immediately claimed by the Minnesota Vikings. He is currently listed as a backup outside linebacker. Last season, he played in four games and started three before he was injured. He had 20 tackles, a sack, and two interceptions.