http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...5-players-facing-make-or-break-training-camps By Matt Eurich , Featured Columnist Jul 16, 2014 Cornelius Washington After being drafted by the Chicago Bears in the sixth round of the 2013 NFL draft, Georgia's Cornelius Washington was viewed as a steal after being projected to go as high as the second round by CBSSports.com. Despite possessing a great frame (6'4", 265 lbs), athleticism and good speed, he ended up appearing in just two games in 2013 despite the fact that the defensive line was decimated by injuries. After the team added veterans Jared Allen, Lamarr Houston and Willie Young this offseason it was already assumed that Washington was going to have a hard time making the roster and he didn't do himself any favors by getting arrested earlier this offseason. Confirmed w/ Glascock County Sheriff's Office that Cornelius Washington was arrested Friday for speeding & driving with a suspended license. — Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) June 23, 2014While he wasn't expected to push for any starting time with the likes of Allen, Houston and Young, he will still face stiff competition for a backup role from guys like Trevor Scott and Austen Lane. If Washington wants to make this roster, he is going to need to make his presence felt on a consistent basis during training camp and throughout the preseason. He likely finds himself near the bottom of the totem pole and will have to work himself back into good graces with head coach Marc Trestman and defensive coordinator Mel Tucker. One thing that may benefit Washington in 2014 is the team's desire to become more hybrid and multiple on defense, which should help allow Washington to better utilize his skill set. "Pressure packages will fit our personnel and be dynamic enough where we can play to guys’ strengths and be unpredictable,” Tucker told the media, via Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times, about what the team wants to do on defense this season. If Tucker wants to best utilize Washington this season, he may be better suited standing up as an outside linebacker rushing the quarterback then a guy with his hand in the ground playing defensive end. If given the opportunity, Washington has all of the ability and potential to become a solid NFL contributor, but at this point he will need to prove himself during training camp or he will be shown the door before the start of Week 1. I agree w/this one. I'll post the other 4 in a moment.