Of course, there is still some wiggle room with two preseason games to play, and injures could always creep up to change the way this final roster looks.
Here are a few players I still think are on the bubble:
Austin Davis vs. the 54th man - Sam Bradford is the starting QB for the foreseeable future in St. Louis. Kellen Clemens is a very capable backup, and he has experience in offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's system. So the Rams don't have to carry three QB's, but Davis has played very well thus far in the preseason.
With Davis' potential—and Bradford's ankle—it would be a smart move to keep him on the roster. Having said that, if the Rams have a really tough choice at another position (for example, cornerback), the easiest thing to do would be to cut Davis and keep one more player at that position.
Michael Hoomanawanui vs. the legion of young tight ends in camp - We all know that the third year tight end is talented, but Hoomanawanui has never been able to stay healthy.
I have him listed as the fourth on my depth chart, and I think it's a legitimate question to ask if he's worth keeping on the roster as a fourth tight end. Maybe the Rams would be better off keeping one of the young tight ends they have in camp (Deangelo Peterson, Cory Harkey) instead of watching a rerun of Illinois Mike spending most of the season on crutches.
Conrath vs. Laws vs. Cudjo - Right now Jermelle Cudjo is ahead of the pack here by a mile. As I already discussed, this could go either way between Conrath and Laws. Conrath does not have the ideal height and weight to be a quality defensive end in the NFL. He is listed at 6'7", 290 pounds, and at times he has a hard time getting leverage.
If Laws can get healthy, I still think he is the better player right now. This will be one of the more interesting position battles to watch over the next couple of weeks.
Trumaine Johnson vs. Fletcher vs. Murphy - The battle for the nickle spot on defense is going to be the most intense in camp. All three of these players are big, physical, and talented. This one is too close to call, but I think all three players could have an impact for the Rams this season.
Darian Stewart vs. Craig Dahl - Are you like I am? Are you wondering what the heck happened to Darian Stewart? I had this guy pegged as not only a starter, but as a young building block on defense. He was one of the few bright spots on the defense a year ago, and now, he can't beat out Craig Dahl?
If Stewart can get fully healthy, I just have to believe he is going to eventually regain his 2011 form and win the starting job. If he can't do that, expect the Rams to draft a safety somewhere in the first three rounds of next year's draft.
Jason Smith vs. Barry Richardson - I've got Smith on the cut list right now. Bottom line, Jason Smith was the No. 2 pick back when guys drafted that high made a ton of money. So if he was smart with that money, he is set for life. He might not need this starting job as badly as the Rams need him to finally play like a dominant offensive tackle.
On the other hand, this is a player that was obviously talented to be drafted that high. If Smith gets motivated and gets nasty, he could still win a starting spot. He is the only player on this team that could make that jump from "cut" to "starter." Make no mistake about it; if Jason Smith doesn't get it in gear, he has two weeks left playing football for the St. Louis Rams.