The full list of September 6 waivers claims

AP

On Saturday, teams dropped a bunch of players in reducing their rosters to 53. That opened a 20-hour window to turn one team’s trash into another team’s treasure via, as to players with less than four years of service, the waiver wire.

Here’s a full list of all players who were claimed, per a league source with knowledge of the transactions.

The Falcons claimed former Saints tackle Bryce Harris.

The Bills claims former Titans center Gabe Ikard.

The Bears claimed former Cardinals defensive back Harold Jones-Quartey and former Buccaneers guard Patrick Omameh.

The Browns claimed former Jaguars tackle Austin Pasztor.

The Broncos claimed former Texans center James Ferentz and former Packers tight end Mitchell Henry.

The Colts claimed former Seahawks defensive tackle T.Y. McGill and former Ravens guard Robert Myers.

The Chiefs claimed former Chargers tight end Brian Parker.

The Dolphins claimed former Cardinals quarterback Logan Thomas.

The Patriots claimed former Packers defensive tackle Khyri Thornton.

The Saints claimed former Seahawks defensive end Obum Gwacham and former Vikings linebacker Michael Mauti.

The Giants claimed former Ravens defensive back Asa Jackson and former Texans defensive tackle Louis Nix.

The Jets claimed former Seahawks defensive back Ronald Martin.

The Raiders claimed former Seahawks defensive back Keenan Lambert.

The Eagles claimed former Jaguars quarterback Stephen Morris.

The Steelers claimed former Buccaneers defensive end Caushaud Lyons.

The Buccaneers claimed former Texans defensive end Kourtnei Brown, former Jaguars linebacker Jeremiah George, former Saints quarterback Ryan Griffin, former Chiefs linebacker James-Michael Johnson, and former Chiefs center Eric Kush.

The Titans claims former Bears defensive end David Bass and former Broncos linebacker Steven Johnson.

For each of the 27 player claims, a roster spot needs to be created. For some teams, the roster already was at 51 or 52. For others, players will need to be released. And many of them will be subject to waivers. And anyone who claims one of them will have to drop someone else.

And the process will continue, until the season ends.

32 responses to “The full list of September 6 waivers claims

  1. Steelers blow my mind sometimes… Released two more rookies and signed two scabs oh wait excuse me (Journey men)…. COME ON MAN… why Jordan Todman… why not a stud DL like Dockett?!?!?!

  2. Sorry PFT but you are wrong. The Eagles roster was at 52 and they will not release anyone today for one claim. If they claim more then one, they will have to release someone!

  3. Most Players Claimed:
    Seahawks 4
    Jaguars 3
    Texans 3
    Buccaneers 2
    Cardinals 2
    Chiefs 2
    Packers 2
    Ravens 2
    Saints 2
    Bears 1
    Broncos 1
    Titans 1
    Vikings 1

  4. eaglesforlife78 says:
    Sep 6, 2015 1:30 PM
    Sorry PFT but you are wrong. The Eagles roster was at 52 and they will not release anyone today for one claim. If they claim more then one, they will have to release someone

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    did you even read the last sentence that said some teams were at 51 or 52 and wont have to release anyone, but the others will?

  5. Vrabel just didn’t like Kourtnei Brown, for whatever reason as evidenced on “Hard Knocks” — so happy to see Lovie Smith/T-Bucs pick him up. Work hard and prosper, Mr. Brown!

  6. Four pickups from Seattle, not including recent trades of Michael and Norwood. Expect more of their guys to get selected once the sleepy GMs catch up. Do ya hear me Gettleman?

    Nice that the Raiders picked up Kam Chancellor’s little brother, Lambert. I think he will stick-pun intended.

  7. Khyri Thornton will fit in Belichick’s system. He is to defensive tackles what his former college– and now pro– teammate Jamie Collins is to the linebacker position. Raw talent, and highly versatile, only needing the right coach to develop him.

  8. 49erfan1973 says:

    Am I the only one surprised that the Saints corner and Jonas Gray weren’t claimed?

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    Yes.

  9. Two things from a Bears fan:

    – Picking up a guy who couldn’t hold his starting spot on a historically bad Bucs O-line (Omameh) seems like a very questionable move.

    – Titans fans, you got a gem in David Bass and I’m not surprised he only lasted to the 2nd team in the pecking order. I’m pretty sure he was the hardest cut for Pace and Fox to make and would have made our 53 except that we couldn’t find a trade partner for Willie Young and it would have cost too much to cut him outright. Our loss, your gain.

  10. No, 49rs fan, you’re not the only person surprised about this. There must be some defensive coach capable of getting SJB to play at the pro level. Jonas Gray, on the other hand, must be an insubordinate punk or a whackjob or something, because his athletic abilities are plain for anyone to see. Who knows why he can’t secure a spot on some team’s 53?

  11. Let me reiterate what someone posted on a different thread: Jonas Gray outran a CORNERBACK for a 55 yard touchdown. If he cannot make a roster, it isn’t because he lacks athletic ability.

  12. belgaron says:
    Sep 6, 2015 1:43 PM
    Most Players Claimed:
    Seahawks 4
    Jaguars 3
    Texans 3
    Buccaneers 2
    Cardinals 2
    Chiefs 2
    Packers 2
    Ravens 2
    Saints 2
    Bears 1
    Broncos 1
    Titans 1
    Vikings 1
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    Bad math/reading skills. Very inaccurate.

  13. “belgaron says:
    Sep 6, 2015 1:43 PM
    Most Players Claimed:
    Seahawks 4
    etc…”

    During Washington’s last preseason game, Joe Theismann actually said that their roster was so strong that 8 or 9 of their players who failed to make the Skins roster would be picked up by other teams.

    Seriously, he said this.

  14. realnflfacts says:
    Sep 6, 2015 4:23 PM

    Bad math/reading skills. Very inaccurate.

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    It’s the numbers of their players claimed by other teams, not the number they claimed.

  15. luckyjim1980 says:
    Sep 6, 2015 5:32 PM
    If Seattle’s roster is so stacked, why do they lead the league in post-cutdown waiver wire claims?
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    Because they wait for lessor skilled GMs to release players they had on their board, duh. Once they do, the Hawks pounce, getting players they covet and releasing still another good player, who is picked up by other teams.

    It’s actually pretty hard to find a player who has played for multiple teams to NOT have been to Seattle. They make mistakes, but have more hits than misses.

  16. Looks like Speilman and Zimmer will stand pat with what they have, for now lol. Great to see that the former Sooner OLman got picked up by the Bills, and former Viking Mauti got picked up by the Saints. That def is one of the steals of the day, that young man can play LB. The Vikings were finally in a position of having too many young, quality LBs.

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