Now that teams have added to their rosters through the NFL draft, they must actually find playing time for some of them. Some like Braylon Edwards (Browns) and Adam Jones (Titans) are expected to start immediately. Others, like Aaron Rodgers (Packers), should expect to sit and watch as a backup. But in a few instances, other rookies could find themselves needing to win training camp battles to play or start.
Insider analyst and former general manager Randy Mueller takes a look at a handful of potential positional battles involving first-round picks.