MOBILE, Ala. --
The following players have either been interviewed or will be interviewed this week in Mobile or the teams listed showed interest in these players while at practice:
Colt Brennan/QB/Hawaii - Chicago Bears
Analysis: This position seems to be very fluid for Chicago so any interest in Brennan makes some sense. But he lacks the kind of arm strength that offensive coordinator Ron Turner covets.
Tashard Choice/RB/Georgia Tech - Kansas City Chiefs
Analysis: It's hard to see Kansas City having much interest in another back since the first two spots on their dept chart seem secure and the third back would probably be inactive on game day.
Chauncey Washington/RB/USC - Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams
Analysis: Atlanta could use some size at the position so their interest with Washington makes sense. Carolina could use some depth since RB DeShaun Foster may not return for the 2008 season. Chicago could use one more back to challenge for playing time. Miami could use some depth at the position. With RB Mewelde Moore expected to be playing elsewhere in 2008, they could use a third back. Seattle could use a younger back to provide depth. St. Louis could use some depth as well.
Rafael Little/RB/Kentucky - San Diego Chargers
Analysis: With the pending departure of RB Michael Turner, San Diego could use some depth at the position.
Donnie Avery/WR/Houston - Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tennessee Titans
Analysis: Arizona needs speed and depth at the position. Minnesota needs talent and depth at receiver badly. New England seemingly doesn't have a need but New Orleans does. The Jets could use some depth with speed. Tampa Bay badly needs depth. Tennessee has plenty of young but undeveloped talent at the position.
Lavelle Hawkins/WR/California - Cleveland Browns
Analysis: Cleveland needs some speed at receiver and also depth.
Cole Bennett/TE/Auburn - Kansas City Chiefs
Analysis: With TE Kris Wilson not expected back, Kansas City has a need for a young tight end.
Brandon Coutu/K/Georgia - Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Rams
Analysis: All of those teams could use another kicker to challenge the incumbent starter.
Jason Jones/DT/Eastern Michigan - Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, New York Jets, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Analysis: Denver has major problems on the interior of their defensive line. Detroit needs depth. New Orleans is another team that's in bad shape on the interior. The Giants could use depth at DT. Jones would probably have to bulk up to play at DE in a 3-4 scheme such as the Jets and Chargers run. Seattle likes undersized but quick defensive linemen so the interest here in Jones makes sense. Tampa Bay seems to have the same philosophy.
Trevor Laws/DE/Notre Dame - San Diego Chargers
Analysis: Laws would be an interesting fit with San Diego's 3-4 scheme.
Lawrence Jackson/DE/USC - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Analysis: Tampa Bay could use depth at end.
Wesley Woodyard/LB/Kentucky - Atlanta Falcons, Denver Broncos
Analysis: Both of these teams could use some depth at linebacker.
Phillip Wheeler/LB/Georgia Tech - Jacksonville Jaguars
Analysis: Jacksonville is in good shape at MLB with Mike Peterson or Daryl Smith.
Terrell Thomas/CB/USC - Atlanta Falcons, Detroit Lions, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams
Analysis: Atlanta, Detroit, and Miami have a need at cornerback. New England could if Asante Samuel doesn't re-sign. San Diego probably will need a cornerback since Drayton Florence isn't expected back. Seattle is another team that could lose a starter at cornerback via free agency so the need could be there. St. Louis could use depth at the position.
DeJuan Tribble/CB/Boston College - Denver Broncos
Analysis: Denver is deep at this position.
Terrence Wheatley/CB/Colorado - Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos
Analysis: Cleveland is pretty deep at cornerback so it's hard to see a need here. Denver is also deep at the position.
Michael Lombardo (SDBoltReport.com) also contributed to this report.