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NFL cuts tracker

Check back often as we update the cuts from the other 31 teams across the NFL.

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

While fans will have their eyes plastered to the Chargers’ list of cuts, it’s important to also keep an eye on the cuts coming from other teams. While a player may not fit right with one team, they may be the last piece to another team’s roster.

An example of this was used in Cole Thompson’s debut piece that zeroed-in on potential quarterbacks from other squads who may be better back-up options than current reserve QBs Geno Smith and Cardale Jones.

Another area where the Bolts could use some help from outside the current roster is depth along the offensive line. The UDFAs that the team picked up following the 2018 draft have been severely underwhelming and I don’t see any of them earning a spot on the final 53 or the practice squad.

As cuts start to roll in from across the country, check back to this list to stay on top of them all.

Arizona Cardinals

Scooby Wright III, LB
Chris Campbell, CB

Atlanta Falcons

Anthony Wimbush, LB
Jamil Douglas, OG
Anthony Pasztor, OG

Baltimore Ravens

Andrew Donnal, G/T
Christian La Couture, DE
Devier Posey, WR
Alvin Jones, LB

Buffalo Bills

Corey Coleman, WR

Carolina Panthers

Ladarius Gunter, CB
Cam Serigne, TE
Bug Howard, WR
Adam Bisnowaty, OT

Chicago Bears

Cincinnati Bengals

Jarvion Williams, RB
Darius Hillary, DB

Cleveland Browns

Jeff Janis, WR
Justin Currie, LB
Justin Vogel, P
Derron Smith, DB

Dallas Cowboys

Kony Ealy, DE

Denver Broncos

Marcus Rush, LB
Bryce Bobo. WR
John Dielman, OL

Detroit Lions

Sterling Moore, CB
Teo Redding, WR
Chistian Ringo, DT

Green Bay Packers

Chris Odom, LB

Houston Texans

Shane Lechler, P
David Quessenberry, OT
Jaryd Jones-Smith, OT
Braxton Miller, WR
Roderick Johnson, OT
Lavon Coleman, RB

Indianapolis Colts

Jacksonville Jaguars

Carroll Phillips, DE

Kansas City Chiefs

Los Angeles Rams

Tegray Scales, LB
Jojo Natson, WR
Sam Ficken, K
OL Cornelius Lucas

Miami Dolphins

Gavin Escobar, TE

Minnesota Vikings

Jake Weineke, WR
Korey Robertson, WR
Luke McNitt, FB
JP Quinn, C
Kalen Jones, OG

New England Patriots

Khalfani Muhammad, RB

New Orleans Saints

Michael Floyd, WR
Deon Yelder, TE
Brandon Tate, WR
Hau’oli Kikaha, DE

New York Giants

Andrew Adams, S

New York Jets

Charles Johnson. WR
Antonio Garcia. OT
Gino Gradkowski, C
Xavier Cooper, DE
Darius James, OT
Dimitri Flowers, FB
Obum Gwacham, OLB
David Bass, LB
Kendall Reyes, DT
Mych Thomas, DT
Kevin Minter, LB

Oakland Raiders

Griff Whalen, WR
Pharoah Brown, TE

Philadelphia Eagles

Christian Hackenburg, QB
Billy Brown, TE
Jon Toth, OL
Gannon Sinclair, TE

Pittsburgh Steelers

San Francisco 49ers

Joe Williams, RB
Jeff Locke, P
JP Flynn, OL
Aldrick Robinson, WR
Will Sutton, DL

Seattle Seahawks

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Nathan Bazata, DT
Devine Redding, RB
Matt Weiser, TE
Josh Liddell, S
Austin Allen, QB
Donteea Dye, WR
Charles Sims, RB

Tennessee Titans

Jordan Veasy, WR
Demontre Hurst, CB

The Washington Football Team