Clubs posted preliminary pecking orders for each position group Monday, but of course, take them with a grain of salt. All but two coaches haven't even seen their players in live game action yet, and it's likely Week 1 depth charts will look very different. (Note: Not all teams have released depth charts.)
The Raiders signed MJD to a three-year deal in March, but he's coming off back-to-back subpar seasons. He failed to reach the 1,000-yard plateau both years, and at 29, is on the downside. McFadden, though, hasn't rushed for 1,000 yards since 2010, and he's never played in all 16 games. Count on a timeshare in Oakland.
Here's what else we learned from depth charts Monday:
2. Elsewhere on the Raiders' chart, Rod Streater and Andre Holmes are listed as the starting receivers ahead of free-agent pickup James Jones. Denarius Moore? The once-promising speedster is on the third team, behind the likes of Greg Little.
5. Redemption time for Kenny Britt? The Rams have the free-agent addition as the No. 1 receiver, with Tavon Austin on the second team. Tre Mason was beating the drum for a competition with Zac Stacy, but the rookie is currently on the fourth team (Benny Cunningham is No. 2).
6. Santana Moss is Washington's No. 1 punt returner right now. He was once of the game's most electrifying punt returners, but he's now 35. Moss is on the Redskins' roster bubble, so special teams could be his saving grace.