Friday’s roster cuts sent hundreds of game-ready NFL players onto the market. Players with less than four years of experience landed in the waivers system.
And less than 30 were claimed by new teams.
Here’s a full list of the 29 players who were awarded via waivers on Saturday, according to a source with knowledge of the transactions. Six players attracted two claims; no player drew three or more claims.
Jets: NT Isaako Aaitui, WR Clyde Gates, TE Konrad Rueland.
Dolphins: WR Anthony Armstrong, LB Sammy Brown, DB Troy Nolan, DB R.J. Stanford.
Patriots: C Matt Tennant.
Browns: LB Tank Carder (Dolphins also made a claim), NT Ishmaa’ily Kitchen.
Jaguars: TE Brett Brackett.
Colts: LB Sergio Brown (Giants also made a claim), T Mike Person (Seahawks also made a claim), NT Martin Tevaseu.
Raiders: DB Philip Adams, LB Keenan Clayton, T Willie Smith (Giants also made a claim; pictured).
Redskins: DB Crezdon Butler.
Cowboys: TE Colin Cochart.
Giants: T D.J. Jones.
Eagles: T Nate Menkin.
Vikings: G Mark Asper.
Saints: DB Rafael Bush.
Buccaneers: DT Corvey Irvin, G Julian Vandervelde, C Cody Wallace (Redskins also made a claim).
Rams: RB Terrance Ganaway, DE Kellen Heard.
Cardinals: LB Jamaal Westerman (49ers also made a claim).