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PFT’s 2014 NFL roster cuts tracker

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ARIZONA CARDINALS

Cut Jay Feely, Max Starks and 11 others to get to 75 players.

ATLANTA FALCONS

Got down to 75 players by making a series of moves on Sunday.

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Made all 15 of their moves Monday, including releasing safety Omar Brown.

BUFFALO BILLS

QBs Thad Lewis and Dennis Dixon were among the players cut to get down to 75.

CAROLINA PANTHERS

Got to the limit by placing WR De’Andre Presley on the PUP list, and three other players on IR. Tiquan Underwood was cut following the third preseason game. He was one of 10 players released Sunday to get them to 79.

CHICAGO BEARS

Cutting two members of the 2012 draft class got the Bears down to 75. Adrian Wilson and Nate Collins were among the early cuts.

CINCINNATI BENGALS

Cut quarterback Matt Scott among their final moves to 75. Cut Ryan Whalen and four others to start the process.

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Trimmed the roster to 76 players with 14 cuts on Monday. Placed tackle Michael Bowie and linebacker Darius Eubanks on injured reserve.

DALLAS COWBOYS

Defensive end Martez Wilson and fullback J.C. Copeland were cut on Monday morning. They wrapped up their moves on Tuesday.

DENVER BRONCOS

Denver got down to 75 on Monday. Winston Justice and 10 others were let go on Sunday.

DETROIT LIONS

Cut six players and put sixth-round pick T.J. Jones on the PUP list. Kicker Giorgio Tavecchio was dropped as the Lions got to 75 players on Monday.

GREEN BAY PACKERS

Dumped seven players on Sunday. Got down to 75 by putting B.J. Raji and five other players on injured reserve.

HOUSTON TEXANS

Got down to 75 with three cuts on Tuesday. Placed offensive lineman David Quessenberry on IR and waived nine others on Monday.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Reached the 75-man limit with transactions involving four injured players.

Dropped to 79 players on Monday morning.

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

Got down to 75 with moves including putting Aaron Colvin on the non-football injury list. Cut 11 players Sunday, including cornerback Mike Harris and former Giants wideout Ramses Barden.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

The Chiefs got down to 75 players on Tuesday morning.

MIAMI DOLPHINS

They parted ways with quarterback Brady Quinn and receiver Armon Binns as they got to 75. Three players were waived as the Dolphins began their cuts.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS

Veteran corner Derek Cox was the big name among the first 14 cuts they made, and Mike Higgins was the final cut to get down to 75.

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, defensive end Will Smith and linebacker James Anderson were among the first cuts. They stashed Tyler Gaffney on IR among moves to get to 75.

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

TE Travis Beckum was among the first cuts in New Orleans. They made the rest of them on Tuesday afternoon.

NEW YORK GIANTS

They put safety Cooper Taylor and wide receiver Marcus Harris on IR, and cut 13 to get to the limit.

NEW YORK JETS

Got down to the 75-man limit with cuts including Jacoby Ford and Ras-I Dowling.

OAKLAND RAIDERS

Started the cuts with seven on Sunday. Placed cornerback D.J. Hayden on PUP list and made seven other moves on Tuesday.

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Got an early start by cutting 14 players on Saturday. Waived-injured center Julian Vandervelde on Tuesday to complete their cuts.

PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Made their first round of cuts on Tuesday morning. They concluded their cuts by releasing six players Tuesday afternoon.

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS

Trimmed the roster by 11 players on Monday. Placed three players on injured reserve to get to 75 players.

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

Got down to 75 with moves including putting Marcus Lattimore on NFI and NaVorro Bowman on PUP.

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

Cut cornerback Terrell Thomas and defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat on Sunday. Got to 75 players on Tuesday.

ST. LOUIS RAMS

Putting Sam Bradford on injured reserve got the Rams down to the 75-man limit. Cut 10 including former Missouri standout T.J. Moe Monday.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

Return man Eric Page and trick-shot quarterback Alex Tanney were among the players cut. They claimed two off waivers and cut four to get to the limit.

TENNESSEE TITANS

Cut eight guys Monday. Placed linebacker Colin McCarthy on injured reserve en route to the 75-man limit.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS

Linebacker Rob Jackson was among the early cuts in Washington. 2012 fifth-round pick Adam Gettis was also cut as the Redskins got to 75 players on Tuesday.

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4 Responses to “PFT’s 2014 NFL roster cuts tracker”
  1. seanmmartin says: Aug 24, 2014 4:08 PM

    Thumbs Up: Ryan Mallett gets traded / stays
    Thumbs Down: Ryan Mallett gets cut

  2. dirtyferret says: Aug 25, 2014 11:32 AM

    Mallet is too bad for a team to give up anything other then a 7th rounder for a guy who is about to go into FA after this year.

    Mallet is too good to cut him as he can come in and win a game or two if needed and knows the offense well enough so you would not have to scale back as you would for Jimmy G.

  3. dirtyferret says: Aug 25, 2014 11:33 AM

    RAS I-Dowling cut by the Jets? what they don’t want another CB to spend the year on IR?

  4. djscottyb says: Aug 26, 2014 1:22 PM

    ALL 31 teams represented

    #nolovefortheMiamiDolphinsonthislist

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