Throughout Monday and Tuesday, teams will be scrambling to get their rosters down to 80 players before the league-imposed deadline of 4 p.m. EST on Tuesday. (Teams must be down to a 53-man roster before Saturday.)
There will be lots of names you’ve never heard of and/or don’t know, but that’s OK. We’ll track those various cuts here anyway, so feel free to bookmark this page and come back early and often to keep up-to-date on who your team’s getting rid of.
— Tuesday —
- The Packers announced that they released wide reciever Antonio Robinsonand that they’ll have two more roster cuts coming some time Tuesday in order to get to 80.
- The Steelers announced they’ve gotten down to 80 players on Tuesday morning, by cutting linebacker Chris Ellis, wide receiver Terrence McCrae, cornerback Niles Brinkley and defensive tackle Anthony Gray.
- The Lions informed fullback Jerome Felton that they were cutting him on Tuesday. [NFL Network]