Release tracker

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On the biggest day in PFT history, our most popular page was our running list of acquisitions.

So with releases officially allowed Thursday, we better give you a page to keep track of all the cuts outside the usual rumor mill updates.

We’ve included cuts from the whole week, and will continue to update the page Thursday afternoon into the weekend as moves pick up.

Arizona Cardinals

Quarterback Derek Anderson, linebacker Gerald Hayes.

Atlanta Falcons

Kicker Joe Nedney, defensive end Jamaal Anderson and wide receiver Michael Jenkins.

Baltimore Ravens

Wide receiver Derrick Mason, tight end Todd Heap, defensive tackle Kelly Gregg, running back Willis McGahee.

Buffalo Bills

Carolina Panthers

Kicker John Kasay.

Chicago Bears

Tight end Brandon Manumaleuna.

Cincinnati Bengals

Kicker Clint Stitser, wide receiver Shay Hodge, defensive end Antwan Odom, center Herman Johnson.

Cleveland Browns

Quarterback Jake Delhomme, linebacker Eric Alexander, tight end Tyson Devree.

Dallas Cowboys

Wide receiver Roy Williams, wide receiver Troy Bergeron, running back Marion Barber, tackle Robert Brewster, tackle Marc Colombo, guard Travis Bright, kicker Kris Brown and linebacker Kelvin Smith.

Denver Broncos 

Running back Correll Buckhalter, tight end Daniel Coats, fullback Mike McLaughlin, safety Renaldo Hill.

Detroit Lions

Wide receiver Bryant Johnson.

Green Bay Packers

Linebacker Nick Barnett, linebacker Brady Poppinga, defensive tackle Justin Harrell, linebacker Brandon Chillar, tackle Mark Tauscher, safety Michael Greco, linebacker Curtis Young.

Houston Texans

Quarterback Dan Orlovsky, defensive tackle Amobi Okoye, wide receiver David Anderson.

Indianapolis Colts

Kicker Brett Swensen, guard Makoa Freitas,  defensive back Jordan Hemby, cornerback Kelvin Hayden.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Guard Justin Smiley, defensive end Derrick Harvey, guard Vince Manuwai.

Kansas City Chiefs

Guard Brian Waters, tight end Brad Cottam, defensive tackle Kelly Gregg.

Miami Dolphins

Linebacker Channing Crowder, linebacker Tim Dobbins.

Minnesota Vikings

Wide receiver Freddie Brown, defensive tackle Jimmy Kennedy, safety Madieu Williams.

New England Patriots

Defensive tackle Marcus Stroud,  linebacker Tully Banta Cain, defensive back Tony Carter, defensive end Ty Warren, tackle Nick Kaczur, tight end Alge Crumpler,

New Orleans Saints

Linebacker Stanley Arnoux, long snapper Jason Kyle.

New York Giants

Defensive tackle Rocky Bernard, center Shaun O’Hara, guard Rich Seubert, tackle Shawn Andrews.

New York Jets

Quarterback Mark Brunell, quarterback Kevin O’Connell, cornerback Will Billingsley and guard Marlon Davis.

Oakland Raiders

Philadelphia Eagles

Defensive tackle Jeff Owens, cornerback Gerard Lawson, wide receiver Jeremy Williams, defensive tackle Jeremy Clark, fullback Leonard Weaver.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Wide receiver Antwaan Randle El, tackle Max Starks, tackle Flozell Adams.

San Diego Chargers

Wide receiver Craig Davis, linebacker Jyles Tucker.

San Francisco 49ers

Cornerback Nate Clements, center Eric Heitmann.

Seattle Seahawks

Guard/tackle Stacy Andrews, guard Chris White, DL Barrett Moen, safety James Brindley, linebacker Joe Pawale, linebacker Lofa Tatupu.

St. Louis Rams

Guard Jacob Bell.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tennessee Titans

Quarterback Vince Young, defensive tackle Tony Brown, defensive lineman Kareem Brown, defensive end Marcus Howard, running back Dominique Lindsay, and guard Jeff Hansen.

Washington Redskins

Center Casey Rabach, defensive lineman Phillip Daniels, defensive lineman Maake Kemoeatu, running back Chad Simpson, running back Andre Brown, wide receiver Roydell Williams, punter Josh Bidwell, punter Sam Paulescu, tackle Mike Williams.

30 responses to “Release tracker

  1. I’m still wondering exactly what Ozzie Newsome plans on doing after releasing all those guys. He can’t simply be thinking of re-signing them all to cheaper contracts.

  2. Need to remove Brandon Stokley from the Redskins’ list on your acquisitions page. Looks like he changed his mind.

  3. southpaw2k says: Jul 28, 2011 1:56 PM

    I’m still wondering exactly what Ozzie Newsome plans on doing after releasing all those guys. He can’t simply be thinking of re-signing them all to cheaper contracts.
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    why not?having a well paying job at less salary than the previous year is better than no job at all is’nt it?

  4. No shock to see the Redskins with the most releases as well as the most additions. Just another offseason in the NFL for Dan Snyder…and probably another subpar season to follow…

  5. southpaw2k, Ozzie is one of the best in the business. Most of those guys had used up their usefulness other than maybe Heap but wasn’t worth his contract. If I was a Ravens fan I would do the same thing I do with Ted Thompson, you can disagree but 95% of the time they will be right.

  6. Jimmerdabomb

    Not sure if you really want Heap. He’s spent more time injured then healthy, can’t see him serviving having to play the Pats and Jets D twice a year.

  7. jimmerdabomb says:
    Jul 28, 2011 2:04 PM
    ravens releaseed tood heap!! perfect fit for the dolphins to replace fasano
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    No, no, no…. Vikings will sign him. Run 3-TE sets with Heap, Shank, and Rudolph, and then they don’t need to worry about not having receivers.

    It all makes perfect sense!!

  8. I haven’t heard a peep about Vince Young. Obviously, VY has his issues but he’s still much better than what the Seahawks, Dolphins, Bengals, Bills, Cardinals, and Redskins have at QB. Granted, it looks like Miami and Arizona will soon have a QB upgrade in place, but that still leaves a handful of teams with a pretty glaring need.

  9. sonvar says:
    Jul 28, 2011 2:22 PM
    Why isn’t Jason Babin listed with the Eagles?

    Because this is the release tracker and he was signed by the eagles not cut.

  10. There’s a reason u haven’t heard about teams waiting on Vince Young. Coaches don’t want that poison in their locker room. If he isnt injured he’s quitting. So long Vince. Wish we had nabbed someone else in 06

  11. Wonder why people aren’t talking about Chargers WR Craig Davis. A huge first-round bust for the Chargers. He only had 259 yards and 1 TD in 3 years.

    A receiver they took and missed out on Sidney Rice, Steve Smith (NYG), and others.

  12. Thank you, PFT, these pages are a great help. I just hope they don’t collect so many comments as the days go by that they become really slow-loading.

  13. @bearsrulepackdrool: no one is allowed to talk about AJ Smith’s inability to get a team to perform for a full season,his firing a coach who went 14-2 for one who’s failed as a HC TWICE and has gotten a worse win/loss record every year,or the fact that he whiffed on most of his early picks the last few years. You’ve been warned!

  14. Ryan Diem released by Colts, they offered a restructure and he refused. Good riddance. He was a good player at one time but he hasn’t been good for several years.

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