The Jaguars are shopping DB Brian Williams ahead of the 6 p.m. ET roster cutdown deadline, a league source told NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora, and he could become a salary-cap casualty if he isn’t traded.
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The Seahawks have released safety Brian Russell, league sources told NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora. The move clears the way for Seattle to sign veteran free agent safety Lawyer Milloy today, sources with knowledge of the situation told NFL.com’s Steve Wyche.
One day after the Rams admitted that DT Adam Carriker had a “significant shoulder injury,” they placed him on season-ending injured reserve. St. Louis also trimmed its roster en route to reaching the 53-man limit.
Viewers of HBO’s Hard Knocks saw Bengals coaches struggle between choosing Brian Leonard and DeDe Dorsey at running back. Well, they both made the team.
The Saints have cut former Lions first-round draft pick Joey Harrington, meaning Mark Brunell will be the backup QB.
The Redskins announced they are placing backup QB Colt Brennan on injured reserve, the result of a nagging hamstring injury that he aggravated in a preseason game against the Jaguars on Thursday night.
Among the moves made by the Dolphins today was placing OLB Matt Roth on the non-football injury list. Roth is still recovering from a groin injury that kept him out of the entire preseason.
Super Bowl XLII hero David Tyree had hoped to make a triumphant return to the Giants, one year after suffering a season-ending knee injury. Yet nagging injuries and an abundance of younger competition in training camp led to Tyree being waived today.
In yet another offensive shakeup for the Buffalo Bills, veteran running back Dominic Rhodes was cut Saturday as the team trimmed the roster to 53, according to a source with knowledge of the move.
The Steelers say they’re down to the 53-player roster limit, but they won’t say who they cut until Saturday. The reason? Coach Mike Tomlin doesn’t want other teams to have a competitive advantage by knowing who is available before they make their cuts.
The player victimized on Santonio Holmes’ Super Bowl XLIII-winning touchdown catch — safety Aaron Francisco — was one of 21 players released by the Cardinals as the team trimmed its roster to the mandatory 53-man limit.
Damion McIntosh, the Chiefs’ starting right tackle last season, now is looking for a job after the team released him following a bad preseason. The Chiefs also cut Eric Ghiaciuc, who signed with the team in April after being the Bengals’ starting center for three seasons.