Offensive Line (9): Kolton Miller, Donald Penn, Kelechi Osemele, Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson, Brandon Parker, Jon Feliciano, Denver Kirkland, David Sharpe
One of the bigger storylines on the offensive side of the ball this summer has been the health of Donald Penn, who is still on the PUP list. On Friday, rookie Kolton Miller started at left tackle in his place, and actually played well, outside of the holding penalty that negated Marshawn Lynch’s 60-yard touchdown run.
Still, he is still getting his feet wet, but has really turned heads at practice, and the coaching staff is comfortable with him on the left side. On the right side, Ian Silberman started at right tackle, and while he has been working in with the ones this week as well, he may be the odd man out when Penn returns.
Coach Gruden loves David Sharpe, and continues to challenge him everyday. Brandon Parker recently returned from an injury, and will be on the roster for sure, and the interior of Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson, and Kelechi Osemele is the best in football.
Jon Feliciano had the best grade of any offensive player on the team according to Pro Football Focus, and has the versatility that Gruden loves. Denver Kirkland will likely round out the unit, but there is a lot of summer left, so this part of the roster could look a little different in Week 1.