NFL Cuts 2021
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NFL teams must cut rosters to 53 active players by Tuesday afternoon. The following list of NFL cuts is a culmination of the second round of team-by-team roster cuts. The latest NFL cuts 2021, up to the cut-down deadline at 4 PM ET, will be listed here as they’re announced.

Arizona Cardinals

  • TE Ian Bunting
  • WR Rico Gafford
  • DB Luq Barcoo
  • OL Branden Bowen
  • DL David Parry
  • LB Jamell Garcia-Williams

Atlanta Falcons

  • RB Javian Hawkins
  • WR Austin Trammell
  • DL Olive Sagapolu
  • LB Shareef Miller
  • OL Willie Wright

Baltimore Ravens

  • DB Jordan Richards
  • OL Andre Smith
  • WR Michael Dereus
  • QB Kenji Bahar

Buffalo Bills

  • WR Duke Williams
  • LB Tyrell Adams
  • OL Tyler Gauthier
  • TE Bug Howard
  • WR Lance Lenoir
  • DB Tariq Thompson

Carolina Panthers

  • WR Krishawn Hogan
  • OL Marquel Harrell
  • DL Walter Palmore
  • DL Kendall Donnerson
  • DL Caraun Reid

Chicago Bears

  • WR Thomas Ives
  • OL Badara Traore
  • RB C.J. Marable
  • OL Dareuan Parker
  • OL Badara Traore

Cincinnati Bengals

  • DB Kavon Frazier
  • TE Cheyenne O’Grady
  • OL Lamont Gaillard
  • QB Eric Dungey
  • DL Freedom Akinmoladun
  • DB Donnie Lewis

Cleveland Browns

  • WR Alexander Hollins
  • OL Alex Taylor
  • WR JoJo Ward
  • RB Corey Taylor
  • DL Damion Square
  • ST Cody Parkey
  • DB Robert Jackson
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Dallas Cowboys

  • ST Lirim Hajrullahu

Denver Broncos

  • RB Adrian Killins
  • OL Nolan Laufenberg
  • LB Pita Taumoepenu
  • LB Josh Watson
  • WR Branden Mack

Detroit Lions

  • TE Hunter Thedford
  • WR Darius Jennings
  • DL P.J. Johnson
  • RB Javon Leake
  • LB Robert McCray
  • QB Jordan Ta’amu
  • OL Evan Boehm

Green Bay Packers

  • TE Daniel Crawford
  • LB Kamal Martin
  • WR Bailey Gaither
  • DB Dominique Martin
  • WR DeAndre Thompkins
  • TE Isaac Nauta
  • OL Zack Johnson
  • DL Josh Avery

Houston Texans

  • TE Kahale Warring
  • RB Darius Jackson
  • OL Drake Jackson
  • DL Auzoyah Alufohai
  • DB John Reid

Indianapolis Colts

  • DT Joey Ivie
  • LB Skai Moore
  • TE Andrew Vollert
  • ST Eddy Pineiro

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • DL Daniel Ross
  • OL Derwin Gray
  • CB Jameson Houston
  • DT Kenny Randall

Kansas City Chiefs

  • DL Taco Charlton
  • DB Will Parks
  • G Bryan Witzmann
  • LB Riley Cole
  • QB Anthony Gordon

Las Vegas Raiders

  • CB Rasul Douglas
  • ST Corliss Waitman
  • OL Parker Ehinger
  • WR Marcell Ateman
  • DL Darius Stills

Los Angeles Chargers

  • ST Ryan Langan
  • WR Austin Proehl
  • TE Matt Seybert
  • OL Kyle Spalding
  • LB Damon Lloyd
  • DL Chris Okoye

Los Angeles Rams

  • RB Raymond Calais
  • QB Devlin Hodges
  • DB Paris Ford
  • TE Kyle Markway

Miami Dolphins

  • DB Terrell Bonds
  • OL Jermaine Eluemunor
  • WR Isaiah Ford
  • WR Robert Foster

Minnesota Vikings

  • QB Danny Etling
  • LB Christian Elliss
  • DL Jordan Scott
  • WR Warren Jackson
  • DB Dylan Mabin

New England Patriots

  • LB Cassh Maluia
  • DB Malik Gant
  • ST Brian Khoury
  • OL R.J. Prince
  • WR Devin Ross

New Orleans Saints

  • DB Adonis Alexander
  • K Brett Maher
  • WR Jalen McCleskey
  • LB Quentin Poling
  • OL Michael Brown
  • TE Josh Pederson
  • DB Lawrence Woods
  • WR Jake Lampman
  • ST Nolan Cooney
  • DL Marcus Willoughby

New York Giants

  • DB Jarren Williams
  • CB Corey Ballentine
  • DB Montre Hartage
  • DB Cole Hikutini
  • ST Carson Tinker

New York Jets

  • DB Corey Ballentine
  • WR Manasseh Bailey
  • WR Josh Malone
  • LB Edmond Robinson
  • OL Tristen Hoge
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Philadelphia Eagles

  • OL Luke Juriga
  • DB Lavert Hill
  • WR Jhamon Ausbon
  • LB Joe Ostman
  • TE Hakeem Butler
  • OL Harry Crider

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • DB Antoine Brooks
  • OL Aviante Collins
  • Tyler Simmons
  • RB Pete Guerriero
  • LB Calvin Bundage

San Francisco 49ers

  • QB Josh Rosen
  • DB Tony Jefferson
  • DL Shilique Calhoun
  • DB B.W. Webb
  • WR River Cracraft
  • OL Corbin Kaufusi

Seattle Seahawks

  • QB Alex McGrough
  • DL Cedrick Lattimore
  • TE Dominick Wood-Anderson
  • DB Pierre Desir
  • DL Alex Tchangam

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • RB Troymaine Pope
  • DB Lawrence White
  • WR T.J. Simmons
  • DB Nate Brooks
  • LB Quinton Bell
  • DT Sam Renner
  • OL Chidi Okeke

Tennessee Titans

  • K Tucker McCann
  • OL Paul Adams
  • OL Ross Reynolds
  • DB Kevin Peterson

Washington Football Team

  • DB Jordan Brown
  • OL Rick Leonard
  • LB Justin Phillips
  • DL Justus Reed
  • WR Steven Sims
  • OL Jon Toth

Source: Pro Football Network

Here are some of the notable players who have been let go throughout the league ahead of Tuesday’s 4 p.m. ET NFL Cuts deadline:

New England Patriots QB Cam Newton

Newton’s release comes as the most stunning move of roster cutdown day so far. Bill Belichick had insisted in training camp that the veteran would remain his starter and said earlier Tuesday morning that Newton was “definitely moving in the right direction.” After a strong preseason, Jones now becomes Belichick’s first rookie to start at quarterback since Drew Bledsoe in 1993.

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Washington Football Team RB Peyton Barber

Barber tallied four touchdowns last season as a backup to Antonio Gibson, but the sixth-year veteran appears to have been leapfrogged by undrafted free agent Jaret Patterson, who was one of the preseason’s biggest standouts. Washington also cut 2020 fourth-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden.

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Detroit Lions LB Jahlani Tavai

A second-round pick out of Hawaii in 2019, Tavai was taken ahead of the likes of Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown and Seattle Seahawks wide receiver, among others. He started 10 games for Detroit last year and received a positive review from linebackers coach Mark DeLeone, who said the third-year player was in “a really good position right now” to make the roster. Ultimately, however, Tavai couldn’t latch on with the new regime of first-year general manager Brad Holmes and coach Dan Campbell.

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Miami Dolphins C Matt Skura

Despite signing the veteran blocker to a one-year deal in March, Miami is already moving on from Skura as it reshuffles its offensive line. The Dolphins also parted with linebacker Benardrick McKinney, whom the team acquired in a trade with the Houston Texans this offseason.

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Dallas Cowboys QBs Garrett Gilbert, Ben DiNucci

The Cowboys appear to have settled their backup quarterback battle, keeping Cooper Rush while parting with Gilbert and DiNucci, who each started a game last year when Dak Prescott was injured.

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New Orleans Saints RB Devonta Freeman

The former Atlanta Falcons standout won’t get a chance to jumpstart his career with an old NFC South rival, as Freeman didn’t make the cut in New Orleans after signing with the Saints earlier in August.

Source: USA today


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