With the NFL season just around the corner, let’s take a look at how many players each team has on their roster.
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By 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, NFL teams must have reduced their rosters to 53 players. Teams only played three preseason games this season, rather than four, to fit the 17-game regular season schedule.
Cam Newton of the New England Patriots and Devonta Freeman of the New Orleans Saints are the two biggest stars let go. Michael Thomas of the Saints, David Bakhtiari of the Green Bay Packers, and Stephon Gilmore of the Patriots will all open the season on the physically unable to perform list.
Josh Rosen, a former first-round selection, made the Falcons’ first 53-man roster only a week after signing with the club.
Here’s a look at each team’s biggest move and all the cuts:
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The Dolphins’ decision to release Benardrick McKinney comes as a shock after dealing for the former Houston Texans linebacker this summer; nevertheless, the transaction is technically a wash for both parties, since Houston traded former Dolphins defensive end Shaq Lawson the day before McKinney was cut. Matt Skura’s dismissal might have been surprising a few months ago, but when Miami acquired Greg Mancz, his destiny was all but set. — Louis-Jacques Marcel
LB has been waived or released. CB Cre’Von LeBlanc, LB Benardrick McKinney, OT Adam Pankey, OL Matt Skura, OL Cameron Tom, CB Josh Harvey-Clemons RB Gerrid Doaks, CB Tino Ellis, LB Shaquem Griffin, S Nate Holley, LB Javaris Davis, RB Gerrid Doaks, RB Gerrid Doaks, RB Gerrid Doaks, RB Gerrid Doaks, RB Gerrid Doaks, Benito Jones, RB Kylan Johnson, DT Patrick Laird, DE WR Kai Locksley, WR Khalil McClain, WR Kirk Merritt, LB Jonathan Ledbetter TE Chris Myarick, WR Malcolm Perry, OG Durval Queiroz Neto, DE Calvin Munson Jordan Scarlett, QB Reid Sinnett, DE Tyshun Render FB’s Jason Strowbridge Carl Tucker is a character in the film Carl Tucker
CB Jaytlin Askew and OT Larnel Coleman have been placed on the reserve/suspended list.
The Ravens released Trace McSorley, meaning the team will have two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster for the first time in Lamar Jackson’s four seasons. Due to injuries and a COVID-19 breakout last season, the Ravens were forced to employ four quarterbacks. Baltimore will start Tyler Huntley as the lone quarterback behind Jackson this season. The Ravens are trying to add McSorley to the practice squad once he clears waivers. Pernell McPhee and Anthony Levine were also dismissed by Baltimore, although both are likely to be re-signed after wide outs Rashod Bateman and Miles Boykin are put on injured reserve. — Hensley, Jamison
CB was traded. C. Shaun Wade OL Ben Bredeson, Greg Mancz
QB has been waived or released. DT Trace McSorley DB/LB Anthony Levine, OLB Pernell McPhee, OLB Chris Smith, TE Eric Tomlinson, WR Devin Gray, WR Siaosi Mariner, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, OL Justin Ellis, Adrian Ealy, Michael Schofield, Michael Schofield, Michael Schofield, Michael Schofield, Michael Schofield, Michael Schofield, Ben Mason (FB/TE), RB WR Jaylon Moore, TE Tony Poljan, OT Foster Sarell, DT Nate McCrary Swann, Jovan K Binjimen Victor, DB Jake Verity, WR Warrior Nigel
RB is on injured reserve. Dobbins, J.K.
ILB Otaro Alaka, WR Deon Cain, and DT Aaron Crawford have all been released due to injuries.
OT Ja’Wuan James has a non-football injury.
The most significant move: In the preseason, Cincinnati was proactive in reducing their offensive line. The Bengals traded DT B.J. Hill to the New York Giants on Monday in exchange for 2018 first-round selection Billy Price. The team then released 2019 fourth-round selection Mike Jordan on Tuesday, after having started 19 games for the club in the previous two seasons. – Ben Little
C has been traded. Billy Price is a well-known figure in the
DT has been released/waived. TE Mason Schreck, DE Noah Spence, WR Trent Taylor, LB Mike Daniels DE Joe Bachie CB Amani Bledsoe S Trayvon Henderson, LB Tony Brown, P Drue Chrisman G Keandre Jones, Keandre Jones, Keandre Jones, Keandre DT Michael Jordan TE Kahlil McKenzie RB Thaddeus Moss CB Jacques Patrick CB Antonio Phillips K. Winston Rose QB Austin Seibert Kyle Shurmur, offensive lineman Gunnar Vogel, WR Keaton Sutherland, OT RB Scotty Washington RB Pooka Williams DT Trayveon Williams Wren, Renell
OT Hakeem Adeniji, DE Wyatt Hubert, and DE Joseph Ossai are all out with non-football injuries.
The Browns have many potential special teams stalwarts, including WR KhaDarel Hodge, LB Elijah Lee, and WR JoJo Natson, vying for the last 53-man roster slots. Cleveland, on the other hand, decided to retain four running backs, including D’Ernest Johnson, who, together with rookie RB Demetric Felton, will now play a key part in the return game. Jake Trotter’s remark
S Elijah Benton, WR Ja’Marcus Bradley, TE Jordan Franks, OL Colby Gossett, DE Porter Gustin, LB Willie Harvey Jr, WR KhaDarel Hodge, DE Joe Jackson, RB John Kelly, QB Kyle Lauletta, DE Cameron Malveaux, TE Kyle Markway, S Jovante Moffatt, OL Javon Patterson, Sheldrick Redwine, CB Emmanuel Rugamba, JoJo Natson, WR Elijah Lee
OG is on reserve/suspended. Drew Forbes, Greg Senat (OT), and Davion Davis (WR)
The biggest move: QB Dwayne Haskins worked his way onto Pittsburgh’s roster, as he demonstrated throughout training camp. Haskins completes a quarterback trio that includes Ben Roethlisberger as the starting quarterback and Mason Rudolph as the main backup. Josh Dobbs, who was competing for the third slot, was placed on injured reserve after suffering a season-ending injury in the last preseason game. Aside from the quarterback competition, the Steelers made surprising cuts to the interior offensive line, retaining just Kevin Dotson and Trai Turner. B.J. Finney and Rashaad Coward were released by the team, despite each having a strong case to make the team as a versatile backup. While Dotson recovered from an early camp ankle injury, Coward stepped in for the first team, and Finney proved capable of playing both guard spots as well as center. The offensive line now consists of just eight players: tackles Chukwuma Okorafor, Dan Moore Jr., Zach Banner, and Joe Haeg, centers Kendrick Green and J.C. Hassenauer, and guards Dotson and Turner. — Brooke Pryor is an actress who plays Brooke Pryor.
WR Rico Bussey, WR Cody White, RB Trey Edmunds, RB Jaylen Samuels, OL Rashaad Coward, OL BJ Finney, OL Chaz Green, OL John Leglue, TE Kevin Rader, LB Cassius Marsh, LB Quincy Roche, LB Jamar Watson, DB Mark Gilbert, DB Arthur Maulet, DB Donovan Stiner, P Jordan Berry, LS Kameron Canaday waive
QB is on the reserve/suspended list. Dobbs, Josh
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The Colts didn’t make any unexpected cuts in order to reduce their roster to 53 players. During camp, there wasn’t much competition for who would be the team’s backup quarterback — or possible starter. For the most of training camp, Jacob Eason was the clear favorite over Sam Ehlinger. When Ehlinger went down with a knee injury that would keep him out for many weeks, he officially sealed up the job. With Ehlinger’s injury, the Colts are down to only two quarterbacks (Eason and Carson Wentz). It’s not out of the question that they’ll add another one till Ehlinger returns. The Colts did something interesting by keeping six defensive ends on the roster, indicating that they value pass-rushers. Mike Wells’ remark
WR Tarik Black, LB Curtis Bolton, DT Andrew Brown, CB Anthony Chesley, and DT Kameron Cline have all been waived or dismissed. RB Deon Jackson, LB Deon Jackson, S Shawn Davis, OL Jake Eldrenkamp, TE Farrod Green, WR DeMichael Harris, CB Holton Hill WR Tyler Vaughns, TE Kahale Warring, Isaiah Kaufusi, RB Benny LeMay, OL Carter O’Donnell, WR Malik Jefferson, Isaiah Kaufusi QB Brett Hundley, OL Joey Hunt, S Ibraheim Campbell, S Sean Davis, OL Will Holden
TE Jordan Thomas, TE Andrew Vollert, and DE Dayo Odeyingbo have been placed on the reserve/suspended/waived/injured list.
Biggest move: With DT Taven Bryan entering the last year of his rookie contract, this was a crucial camp for him, and despite missing time on the non-football injury list and the reserve/COVID-19 list at the start of training camp, he made the first roster. Last season, the team’s 2018 first-round selection lost his starting position to undrafted rookie Doug Costin (who did not make the roster this season), but defensive coordinator Joe Cullen praised Bryan’s power and stated he has to improve on completing plays. Mike DiRocco’s remark
Gardner Minshew II, CB Sidney Jones IV were traded.
RB Nathan Cottrell, TE Tyler Davis, TE Ben Ellefson, WR Josh Hammond, WR Collin Johnson, WR Tevin Jones, QB Jake Luton, OL KC McDermott, RB Devine Ozigbo, OL Austen Pleasants, DB Brandon Rusnak, OL Badara Traore, OL Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, LB Brandon Rusnak, OL Badara Tra Williams, Quincy
Pharoh Cooper, Phillip Dorsett II, Jermaine Eluemunor, Devin Smith, Laquon Treadwell, and S Jarrod Wilson have all been released.
S (reserve/injured) Jones, Josh
Injury to a reserve/non-football player: LB Dylan Moses is a musician from the United States.
The most unexpected decision was releasing fourth-round pick Dez Fitzpatrick. To move up and draft Fitzpatrick with the 109th selection this year, the Titans exchanged fourth-, fifth-, and seventh-round choices to the Panthers. Early in camp, Fitzpatrick struggled. Coach Mike Vrabel noted earlier this month that the youngster has to accomplish “a lot” to earn more meaningful reps. When the Titans traveled to Tampa for joint practices with the Buccaneers, Fitzpatrick appeared to fit in, with a 23-yard touchdown catch in their preseason game. Even though the Titans retained seven receivers on their 53-man roster, his late effort wasn’t enough. Turron Davenport (Turron Davenport)
Cole Banwart, offensive lineman, was waived/released. RB Javian Hawkins, LB Jan Johnson, DL Naquan Jones, WR Mason Kinsey, TE Jaquan Pinkney, OLB Wyatt Ray, OL Jordan Roos, OL Christian DiLauro, WR Dez Fitzpatrick, TE Miller Forristall, OL Derwin Gray, DL Woodrow Hamilton, OL Christian DiLauro, WR Dez Fitzpatrick, TE Miller Forristall,
The Chiefs kept 10 offensive lineman on the physically unable to perform list and added an 11th, Kyle Long, after last year’s Super Bowl catastrophe. There are eight players on the roster that were not on the squad last year. That should help them withstand the spate of line injuries that ruined the conclusion of their 2020 season. Adam Teicher’s remark
OL Yasir Durant was traded.
S Zayne Anderson, CB Dicaprio Bootle, QB Shane Buechele, CB Marlon Character, DT Tyler Clark, and DB Marlon Character have all been waived or dismissed. Omari Cobb, LB Rodney Clemons, WR Gehrig Dieter, DT Maurice Ffrench, WR Austin Edwards, RB Derrick Gore, DE Marcus Kemp, Demone Harris, Demone Harris, Demone Harris, Demone Harris, Demone Harris, Demone LB Darrius Shepherd, WR Cornell Powell, CB BoPete Keyes, OT Wyatt Miller, S Devon Key, CB BoPete Keyes, WR Cornell Powell, WR Dalton Schoen, WR Darrius Shepherd Prince Tega Wanogho, DE Emmanuel Smith, RB Darwin Thompson, OT Darryl Williams, OL Tim Ward
DL is on reserve/suspended. OL Malik Herring Kyle Long is a writer and a musician.
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One of the greatest questions in camp was who would win the kicker fight between Michael Badgley and Tristan Vizcaino, and now we know the Money Badger is no longer with us. Last season, Vizcaino had three field goals for the 49ers, and he has been pretty steady in training camp. Last season, Badgley hit 24-of-33 field goals and was booed by fans during preseason games. Coach Brandon Staley made the decision on cutdown day Tuesday. Vizcaino is chosen. He lacks Badgley’s experience, but is believed to have the stronger leg. Shelley Smith says:
K has been released/waived. WR Michael Bandy, OLB Davin Bellamy, and RB Darius Bradwell. Michael Badgley, WR Michael Bandy, OLB Davin Bellamy, and RB Darius Bradwell. Cortez Broughton, DL, and CB John Brannon III Cole Christiansen, LB, and DB Nate Evans, LB Ben DeLuca WR Darius Harper, OLB Emeke Egbule, DL Breiden Fehoko, OLB Joe Gaziano, G Nate Gilliam G WR John Hurst, WR Tyron Johnson, TE Hunter Kampmoyer, OLB Jessie Lemonier, WR Jason Moore Jr. Ryan Hunter, WR John Hurst, WR Tyron Johnson, TE Hunter Kampmoyer, OLB Jessie Lemonier, WR Jason Moore Jr. Joe Reed (WR), KJ Sails (CB), Matt Sokol (TE), Donte Vaughn (CB), and Willie Yarbary (DL).
The biggest move: It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Cowboys’ 53-man roster is devoid of a long-snapper after Jake McQuaide’s release, but bear with us. The Cowboys had to get creative with six guys who needed to remain on the roster for one day before being placed on injured reserve. CeeDee Lamb, Connor Williams, Damontae Kazee, Carlos Watkins, and Noah Brown all have COVID-19 exemptions in Dallas. McQuaide, who does not have to go through waivers since he is a veteran, fills the last slot and will be re-signed in a day or two. Todd Archer is a writer.
Garrett Gilbert, Darian Thompson, Deante Burton, LS Garrett Gilbert, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, Darian Thompson, D OT Jake McQuaide TE Eric Smith and DT Jeremy Sprinkle Justin Hamilton, WR Johnnie Dixon, QB Ben DiNucci, WR Osirus Mitchell, WR Reggie Davis, WR Aaron Parker, S Steven Parker, RB Brenden Knox, RB JaQuan Hardy, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coyle, S Tyler Coy fb DE Austin Faoliu, OL Isaac Alarcon, OL Braylon Jones, WR Brandon Smith, DE Ron’Dell Carter, TE Nick Eubanks, TE Artayvious Lynn, DE Austin Faoliu, OL Isaac Alarcon, OL Braylon Jones, WR Brandon Smith, DE Ron’Dell Carter
DT is on reserve or physically unable to perform. Hill, Trysten
T.J. Vasher (WR) is out with a non-football injury.
WR CeeDee Lamb, S Damontae Kazee, DT Carlos Watkins, OL Connor Williams, WR Noah Brown (reserve/COVID-19)
The Giants have acquired two interior lineman in the last two days (Billy Price from the Bengals and Ben Bredeson from the Ravens). The line needs to be upgraded. They also released outside linebacker Ifeadi Odenigbo despite paying him $1 million to sign him this summer and retained two fullbacks, which was unexpected. Cullen Gillaspia is mostly a special teams player, although Eli Penny also serves as a tailback. More changes are on the way. With Evan Engram (calf) and Kyle Rudolph (foot) both doubtful for Week 1, New York is very weak at tight end. Jordan Raanan is a writer.
QB Brian Lewerke, RB Corey Clement, RB Sandro Platzgummer, TE Nakia Griffin-Stewart, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke, QB Brian Lewerke TE Jake Hausmann, WR Matt Cole, WR David Sills V, WR Damion Willis, TE Jake Hausmann, TE Jake Hausmann, TE Jake Hausmann, TE Jake Hausmann, TE Jake Hausmann, TE Jake OL Chad Slade, OT Jackson Barton, OL Brett Heggie, OL Chad Slade, OL Chad Slade, OL Chad Slade, OL Chad Slade, G Kenny Wiggins, C Jonotthan Harrison OL Jake Burton, DL David Moa, DL Willie Henry, DL Elijah Qualls, OL Jake Burton, OL Jake Burton, OL Jake Burton, OL Jake Burton, OL Jake Burton, OL Jake Burton, OL Jake Burton Devante Downs (ILB), Ifeadi Odenigbo (OLB), Niko Lalos (OLB), Madre Harper (CB), and Devante Smith (DB) DB Jordyn Peters Chris Johnson, Ryan Anderson (OLB), and Casey Kreiter (LS)
OL Ted Larsen, WR Alex Bachman, and WR Austin Mack are on injured reserve.
CB is unable to perform due to physical limitations. Robinson, Aaron
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The Eagles released wide receiver Travis Fulgham, who led the club in receiving yards with 539 yards last season. Between Weeks 4 and 8, he was one of the most prolific wideouts in football, catching 29 passes for 435 yards and four scores, but he cooled down significantly down the stretch. After that, he had an unreliable training camp. Since joining the league with the Detroit Lions in 2019, Fulgham has been released by three separate clubs. Tim McManus, Ph.D.
OL has been traded. Pryor, Matt
S Andrew Adams, T Le’Raven Clark, RB Jordan Howard, DT Hassan Ridgeway, TE Richard Rodgers, CB Kevon Seymour, and TE Richard Rodgers have all been waived or dismissed. RB Jason Huntley, CB Michael Jacquet, CB Craig James, DE Matt Leo, G Sua Opeta, WR Andre Patton, OL Ross Pierschbacher, S Grayland Arnold, OL Kayode Awosika, WR Travis Fulgham, WR John Hightower, WR Travis Fulgham, WR John Hightower, WR Travis Fulgham, WR Travis Fulgham, WR John Hightower, LB Elijah Riley, S Elijah Riley, S Elijah Riley, S Elijah DT JaCoby Stevens Williams, Raequan
S Blake Countess (reserve/injured), DT T.Y. McGill (reserve/COVID-19), S Blake Countess (reserve/injured), S Blake Countess (reserve/injured), S Blake Countess (reserve/injured), S Blake Countess
The most significant decision was the release of running back Peyton Barber, which indicates a thinking process. He was a lock two weeks ago. And although Barber might return, Washington preferred to retain its youngsters, notably undrafted running back Jaret Patterson, who shone during those two weeks. Barber isn’t spectacular, but he filled a particular job for them as a short-yardage rusher and Antonio Gibson’s replacement. However, since the squad is still in the early stages of development, no steps have been made to help them win currently. Other players, such as tight end Sammis Reyes and defensive end Shaka Toney, showed it as well. Both will play a far larger role in the future than they do today. ‘John Keim’
WR Isaiah Wright, WR Tony Brown, and RB Chris Johnson have all been waived or dismissed. Jon Toth, DB Jonathan Williams, OL Jonathan Williams, OL Jonathan Williams, OL Jonathan Williams, OL Jonathan Williams, DB Linden Stephens Luke, Cole, LB DT Joe Walker TE Devaroe Lawrence QB Caleb Wilson OL Steven Montez DE David Steinmetz CB Will Bradley-King CB Jimmy Moreland Sgt. Danny Johnson LB Jeremy Reaves OT Jordan Kunaszyk Sharpe, David DE RB Bunmi Rotimi Wes Martin, WR Peyton Barber, OL DE’s Antonio Gandy-Golden DT Daniel Wise OL Keith Ismael, OL Beau Benzschawel, LB Gabe Wright LB David Mayo Norris, Jared
The most significant change was the dismissal of kickers Randy Bullock and Zane Gonzalez, as well as offensive tackle Tyrell Crosby, who was a starter last season. Another unexpected decision was the release of wide receiver Breshad Perriman. In return for two 2022 selections, they did get WR Trinity Benson and a 2023 sixth-round draft pick from the Denver Broncos (fifth and seventh round). Eric Woodyard’s remark
WR Breshad Perriman, WR Victor Bolden, NT Miles Brown, CB Mike Ford, G Evan Heim, S Alijah Holder, WR Damion Ratley, T Dan Skipper, T Tyrell Crosby, WR Geronimo Allison, K Randy Bullock, CB Corn Elder, K Zane Gonzalez, CB Nickell Robey-Coleman, LB Tavante Beckett, LB Rashod Berry, S Alijah Holder TE Alize Mack, WR Javon McKinley, RB Dedrick Mills, T Darr Paulo, RB Craig Reynolds, WR Sage Surratt, LB Jahlani Tavai, TE Brock Wright, S Jalen Elliott, DT Bruce Hector, G Tommy Kraemer, TE Alize Mack, WR Javon McKinley, RB Dedrick Mills, T Darr Paulo, RB Craig Reynolds, WR Sage Surrat
DE is on reserve/suspended. Cornell, Jashon
Atlanta retained three quarterbacks on its first 53-man roster, including former first-round selection Josh Rosen, as it attempts to figure out who will be Matt Ryan’s backup. It’s conceivable that the roster shuffles over the next few days as players are released, but it’s another opportunity for Rosen to learn from a top-tier quarterback after spending the previous two years with Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tom Brady. Michael Rothstein is a writer and producer.
RB has been waived or released. Caleb Huntley, WR Chris Rowland, S Dwayne Johnson Jr., DL Eli Ankou, DL Zac Dawe, OLB Tuzar Skipper, LB Kobe Jones, OL Willie Beavers, WR Trevor Davis, S JR Pace II, LB Emmanuel Ellerbee, OL Ryan Neuzil, WR Juwan Green, CB Delrick Abrams, RB D’Onta Foreman, OL Sam Chris Slayton, OL Kion Smith, ILB Erroll Thompson, TE David Wells, and CB Chris Williamson are among the players on the team.
P Dom Maggio was waived/injured.
List of people who are physically unable to perform: OL Matt Gono is a writer who lives in Los Angeles.
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The most significant transaction was the release of a 2019 third-round selection. Because he’s a quarterback, Will Grier may seem apparent, yet he was the third choice. Don’t be shocked if someone is added to the practice squad behind Sam Darnold and P.J. Walker. The most significant change, though, was the release of Joey Slye. Carolina had no competition in camp because they were so confident in the kicker. Ryan Santoso was acquired from the Giants last week as a result of his difficulties. As a result, the Panthers will start the season with a kicker who has never attempted a field goal during a regular season game. It’s a high-stakes gamble. David Newton is an author.
PK was released/waived. QB Will Grier, LB Josh Bynes, Joey Slye Omar Bayless, RB Spencer Brown, DL Frank Herron, OL Mike Horton, CB Jalen Julius, WR Keith Kirkwood, OLB Christian Miller, OL Aaron Monteiro, WR C.J. Saunders, TE Stephen Sullivan, OL Sam Tecklenburg, OT Martez Ivey, LB Ishmael Hyman, LB Ishmael Hyman, LB Ishmael Hy Darius Clark, Jonathan Celestin, Jonathan Celestin, Jonathan Celestin, Jonathan Celestin, Jonathan Celestin, S Doug Middleton, RB Reggie Bonnafon, S Kenny Robinson, CB Rashaan Melvin, and RB Rodney Smith are among the players on the roster.
Season-ending LS: IR Fletcher, Thomas
CB A.J. Bouye is on the reserve/suspended list.
Biggest move: Punting was the most interesting and surprising position fight of the preseason. The Rams kept Johnny Hekker, the NFL’s highest-paid punter, and dealt fourth-year pro Corey Bojorquez, along with a 2023 seventh-round pick, to the Green Bay Packers in exchange for a 2023 sixth-round choice, according to Rams coach Sean McVay. Lindsey Thiry (Lindsey Thiry)
P Corey Bojorquez was traded.
RB Otis Anderson, DT Eric Banks, TE Kendall Blanton, OT Chandler Brewer, DE Earnest Brown IV, DT Marquise Copeland, DE John Daka, DB Dont’e Deayon, DB Dont’e Deayon, DB Dont’e Deayon, DB Dont’e Deayon, DB Dont’e Deayon, DB Dont’e Deayon, DB Jake Gervase LB Micah Kiser, WR J.J. Koski, LB Justin Lawler, DB Tyler Hall, WR Trishton Jackson, LB Micah Kiser, WR J.J. Koski, LB Justin Lawler, DB LB Christian Rozeboom, OT Max Pircher, and WR Kareem Orr
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RB is on reserve/suspended. Akers, Cam
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