Jess Root, our fearless leader here at Revenge of the Birds, reported Friday that Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Nate Potter is still in the mix to start on the right side -- in addition to Bobby Massie and (Friday's birthday boy) Bradley Sowell.
Potter, the team's seventh-round selection in 2012, has played in 15 games including six starts in two NFL seasons. All of his starts came at left tackle as a rookie.
Massie and Sowell appear to still have the upper hand, but it will be interesting to see what happens as training camp gets going this July. Massie started all 16 games on the right side as a rookie in 2012, and Sowell -- his former Ole Miss teammate -- started 12 games protecting quarterback Carson Palmer's blind side last season.
Yes, it is too early to know who will be the starting right tackle, but if it were your choice right now...if you were Bruce Arians, based on what you know about the situation, who would be your guy?
So it begs the question, Birdgang: