With the 2014 regular season just over a week away, more than 1,100 players will be released as 32 NFL teams have until Saturday at 4 p.m. ET to trim their rosters down to the final 53. First up: the initial wave of cuts as teams get to 75 players by Tuesday.
Miami's re-tooled offense looks good but won't be set until the Dolphins figure out who's playing tackle. The team is hosting three free-agent right tackles Wednesday, with the assumption that 2012 rookie Jonathan Martin can switch to the left side.
Indianapolis Colts free-agent right tackle Winston Justice is scheduled to meet with the Steelers and the Browns this week, according to reports. Neither team addressed their needs at tackle in last week's NFL Draft. Justice, 28, spent one season in Indianapolis after spending the first five years of his career with the Eagles.
Few quarterbacks in the NFL were pressured as heavily as Andrew Luck in 2012. In Luck's second season, the Indianapolis Colts could make additions at right tackle and left guard to protect Luck better next season. The Colts also must fill voids at outside linebacker, cornerback and strong safety.