Zech McPhearson, CB, Philadelphia Eagles
McPhearson has quickly worked his way into the Eagles lineup. Currently, Philadelphia’s depth chart on their website has him listed as the backup corner behind Pro Bowler Darius Slay. McPhearson saw most of his action last year on special teams, but the Eagles are hoping for him to take the next step as they look to challenge Dallas for the NFC East crown.
Cody Davis, FS, New England Patriots
Davis has carved out a career in the NFL for almost a full decade. This year he enters his third season in New England after spending time with the Rams and Jaguars. Most of the safety’s reps have come on special teams or occasional defensive snaps in the rotation. Davis finds himself buried on the team’s depth chart behind Kyle Dugger and Adrian Phillips.
Jack Anderson, OG, New York Giants
Anderson was drafted in the seventh round by the Buffalo Bills in the 2021 NFL Draft. After being waived and spending almost a month on the practice squad, Anderson was signed to the Eagles’ 53-man roster. He started the team’s final regular season game against Dallas and returned this year. Anderson was waived again at the end of Eagles camp and picked up by the Giants. Appearing on his third team in two years, Anderson hopes to maintain his place on the Giants for 2022.
Dakota Allen, LB, Cleveland Browns
After three years in Jacksonville, Allen joins several other Red Raiders in Cleveland. The Browns signed him this offseason and after battling in preseason, Allen was waived but signed to the team’s practice squad. The Browns are Allen’s fourth different team since he arrived to the league in 2019.
Keke Coutee, WR, Indianapolis Colts
After spending his first three seasons in Houston, Coutee is hoping to stay afloat on another AFC South roster. After being waived by the Texans at the end of camp in 2021, Coutee was signed to the Colts’ practice squad. With Michael Pittman Jr. and Paris Campbell leading the receiver room, Coutee will have to fight his way onto the field in 2022.