This was actually released a couple of days ago, but I forgot to mention it then, so take it now. Week 2 depth chart and some quick analysis after the jump.
Changes from the previous week are bolded.
|LT||Nick Martinez||DE||Richetti Jones|
|Parker Graham||Jamie Blatnick|
|LG||Jonathon Rush||DT||Chris Donaldson|
|Brandon Webb||Anthony Rogers|
|C||Grant Garner||DT||Nigel Nicholas|
|Evan Epstein||Davidell Collins|
|RG||Lane Taylor||DE||Ugo Chinasa|
|Anthony Morgan||Darius Hart|
|RT||Levi Adcock||SLB||James Thomas|
|Daniel Koenig||Shaun Lewis|
|WR||Colton Chelf||MLB||Orie Lemon|
|Bo Bowling||Tyler Johnson|
|IR||Josh Cooper||WLB||Justin Gent|
|Michael Harrison||LeRon Furr|
|IR||Tracy Moore||CB||Andrew McGee|
|Justin Horton||Justin Gilbert|
|WR||Justin Blackmon||SS||Markelle Martin|
|Isaiah Anderson||Deion Imade|
|FR||Bryant Ward||FS||Johnny Thomas|
|David Paulsen||Victor Johnson|
|RB||Kendall Hunter||CB||Broderick Brown|
|Jeremy Smith||Devin Hedgepeth|
Colton Chelf and Bo Bowling switched places, Michael Harrison replaces Anthony Hill, and Clint Chelf and Johnny Deaton switched places. Nothing really earth shattering here. Probably the most interesting move is the Chelf, Bowling switch, but with as much as the WRs were rotating last week, the starting position nod is more of an ego boost than anything. Dana (we are on a first name basis) is going to put the hot hand on the field.
Nigel Nicholas gets the start for the injured Shane Jarka at DT. Davidell Collins is tagged as the backup with Anthony Rogers probably getting some time here as well. Collins was someone Young was not expecting to have to use until later in the season when he had more time to develop... but when you suffer an injury at an already shallow position, you need bodies.
The other change is in the secondary where for some reason Justin Gilbert and Devin Hedgepeth switched places. They are both still in a #2 role, but just flipped who they were backing up. I'm pretty sure Young is just effing with us here.