Last year's first-round draft pick, Floyd, got a fresh start with the new coaching staff, and he's taking advantage. He's the starter, and we'd be surprised if that changes.
We probably didn't need 25 position battles in each conference, did we? (Stocker is listed as the team's starter, although he was on active/physically unable to perform list until Monday.
Coleman is battling just to stay on the team. Phillips and Chung appear to be first in line for the starting gigs, but reviews have been mixed for the entire secondary.
This is Durant's job. Consider the battle over.
The Honey Badger is forcing his way on to the field with a sensational camp. He's been called one of the best "pound-for-pound" players in camp. Consider me intrigued.
There isn't any reason to believe Herzlich won't win this job. The Giants seem very confident in him.
Williams clearly had the edge early, with Bostic only lining up as the second-team middle linebacker. A calf injury has made Williams "week-to-week" and provided Bostic a chance to take the job.
Culliver tore his ACL, while Eric Wright's trade to the 49ers fell through. Wright still could join the team if he gets healthy. Asomugha is listed as a backup, and it probably will stay that way.
The Packers' cornerback group is very talented, deep and banged up. Casey Hayward (hamstring) should be the team's slot cornerback, but might not practice for a while. Tramon Williams is a favorite to start, but a knee injury could force him to miss the preseason. Sam Shields and Davon House will get more practice reps as starters in the meantime. Shields should stick as a starter.
This battle remains too close to call, but all signs point toward Vick having the edge. Foles might need to dominate in the preseason for a chance to start Week 1.