Obviously, there could be some changes in the bubble guys, but I believe the numbers are pretty darn close on positions due to the quality of the players and the guys who are actually swing guys who can play DE or DT, etc. 3 QBs: Bledsoe, Henson, Romo 4 RBs: JJ, A-Train, Barber, Thompson (No room or need for Bickerstaff) 2 FBs: Polite, Barnes (because he's good on special teams). 4 TEs: Witten, Campbell, Robinson, Ryan/Pierce 6 WRs: Johnson, Glenn, Morgan, Crayton, Merritt, Copper (mainly as gunner) 10 OL: Adams, Allen, Johnson, Rivera, Vollers, Gurode, Peterman, Petitti, Rogers, Tucker (not a throwaway yet) 1 Punter: McBriar 1 Kicker: Cundiff 7 DL: Ellis, Coleman, Spears, Canty, Ferguson, Glover, Johnson 7 LB: DAT, Singleton, James, Ware, Burnett, Fowler, Thornton/Ogubogu 5 CB: Newman, Henry, Glenn, Reeves, Thornton (Frazier is limited...he only makes it if BP decides on 6 at this position) 4 S: Roy, Davis, Beriault, Scott/Reese (Scot may stick for special teams) I think you can get by with 7 at DL and LB because Ware and Thornton or Ogubogu are both swing men who play DE pass rusher. You don't need a 3rd team NT like Carson because he's not that good, and you have a bunch of guys playing 3-4 DE who could easily play DT in a pinch (Coleman, CAnty, Spears, Johnson). I'm keeping extra OL because that's the most unsettled with guys who could go down...the depth is crucial, and none of the youngsters would make it to the practice squad, imo. Practice Squad Possibilities: Goolsby, Ratliff, Shanle, Crowder, Noll or some OL, maybe another TE. Some won't like not seeing Shanle or Ratliff on the final 53, but Shanle is smaller...Fowler has more upside inside, imo, and while Ratliff was a nice late pick, he doesn't bring anything special...he's not going to play with the guys in front of him, and it's looking like JOhnson brings an extra dimension.