Too big a risk to try to put Dwyer or Sylvester on the Practice Squad. There is too much film on both and a team needing special teams and a back up LB will grab Sylvester. Dwyer on Sunday night made someone's 53 man roster with his performance and a RB thin team will grab him before he ever sees our PS. There is a diamond hidden under that coal.
I'd keep Sylvester over Bailey and Dwyer over Logan. The fact that you point out Logan "plays some RB and WR" is exactly the problem. It means he isn't good enough to get playing time at either unless we get devastated by injuries and if we did I'd bet they are combing the waiver wire before they would ever consider playing Logan at either RB or WR as more than an emergency option. Brown and Sanders will handle the return game just fine.
I also can't see them keeping both Eason and Harris. My bet is they go with Eason although I would keep Harris. One will go and they will try to stash Worthington on the PS and hope he gets up to speed quick in case an injury happens.
As far as OL don't be surprised if Urbik makes it and Legursky is the odd man out. IMO that is a 50/50 proposition.
I'd also rather have McHugh over Johnson but I think they keep Johnson.