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Lions cut 11 more players, down to 64

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Florio reported Friday afternoon that the Detroit Lions waived cornerback Alphonso Smith.

MLive.com’s Anwar Richardson has 11 more Lions roster moves.

Per Richardson, the Lions have waived punter Ryan Donahue, guard Pat Boyle, defensive end Ugo Chinasa, tight ends Alex Gottlieb and Austin Wells, cornerback Ross Weaver, defensive tackles Tracy Robertson and Edmon McClam, wide receivers Nate Hughes and Wallace Miles, and linebacker Carmen Messina.

The Lions have 11 more players to slash, so they’ll be making many more roster decisions over the next few hours.

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3 Responses to “Lions cut 11 more players, down to 64”
  1. johnnycash19 says: Aug 31, 2012 5:28 PM

    Edmon McClam should be on a roster based on his name alone.

  2. bainmethuen says: Aug 31, 2012 6:01 PM

    They should take there time and wait until 9PM, someone might get arrested or suspended

  3. theecowardlylion says: Aug 31, 2012 8:16 PM

    Sad to see Messina go… he was like a dung beetle on the pigskin in preseason. I realize this team is loaded with talent (finally?) and/or expensive draft picks at linebacker. Maybe a PS candidate.

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