These guys got cut today thread....

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  1. El Tejano

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    I just thought I would put it up since today is the cut deadline.

    Feel free to post the names and positions and let us know what you think.
     
  2. Hoss

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    not a cut but westbrook signed his tendor with the iggles.
     
  3. El Tejano

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    Anyone else yet?
     
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    -- Patriots Waive Redman & Nimmo --
    Wed Jun 1, 2005 --from FFMastermind.com

    AP reports the New England Patriots have waived QB Chris Redman and OT Lance Nimmo.
     
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    HERE ARE SOME POTENTIAL CUTS

    ARIZONA CARDINALS — DT Wendell Bryant
    He has shown better dedication after three mostly lost seasons. His release would leave the team thin inside however, so it's not guaranteed that Bryant will get the axe in Arizona. But then again, there are those 40 career tackles and 1.5 sacks over his three years.
    Cardinals: Roster | Depth Chart


    ARIZONA CARDINALS — DE Calvin Pace
    Like Arizona teammate Wendell Bryant, Pace is a former first-rounder. Pace largely is a situational pass rusher however, and Cards coach Dennis Green has already been at work discarding former first-rounders (see Shelton, L.J.) this off-season.
    Cardinals: Roster | Depth Chart


    CINCINNATI BENGALS — WR Peter Warrick
    Once a productive slot man with great cutting ability, he needs to show he still has his game-breaking quickness after a shin injury sidelined him for most of '04. He's practicing again, but not yet at full speed.
    Bengals: Roster | Depth Chart


    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — WR Johnnie Morton
    He made some tough catches in clutch situations last season and still can be a solid possession receiver. But the veteran turns 34 in October and comes off an injury-plagued season.
    Chiefs: Roster | Depth Chart


    OAKLAND RAIDERS — QB Rich Gannon
    Hard to believe Gannon has gone from Most Valuable Player to forgotten, but that's how quickly things change in the NFL when every player is one hit away from his career ending. That's how it is for Gannon, who will probably retire.
    Raiders: Roster | Depth Chart


    ST. LOUIS RAMS — T Kyle Turley
    A back injury has threatened the career of this elite blocker. He needs to gain a lot of weight after not playing in 2004, and his anti-Mike Martz rants can't help his standing with the head coach.
    Rams: Roster | Depth Chart


    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS — T Scott Gragg
    Last season wasn't his best, but he is known for his durability and is usually much more consistent. He could still give a team another solid 1-2 seasons, but the 6-foot-8 mountain is on the wrong side of 30.
    49ers: Roster | Depth Chart


    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS — CB Bobby Taylor
    Taylor is proof again that the front office in Philadelphia knows what they're doing when it comes to cap management, as the veteran CB was allowed to sign with Seattle as a free agent in 2004. One year later, Taylor could get cut.
    Seahawks: Roster | Depth Chart


    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — RB Charlie Garner
    With the Bucs drafting Auburn's Cadillac Williams in the first round this April, the veteran Garner is a bit more expendable. But Garner still could help plenty of teams as a change-of-pace back.
    Buccaneers: Roster | Depth Chart


    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — T Todd Steussie
    He is not comfortable on the right side and no longer can hold up on the left. He could be valuable backup, but at this point his Pro Bowl days are behind him and he clearly is not the starter he once was.
    Buccaneers: Roster | Depth Chart


    TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — G Matt Stinchcomb
    He played every down at left guard last year; alas, he played almost every down poorly. Tampa's offensive line will look vastly different in 2005 under Bucs head coach Jon Gruden.
    Buccaneers: Roster | Depth Chart


    TENNESSEE TITANS — S Lance Schulters
    Schulters, who is finally healthy after missing much of '04 with a foot injury, is a solid blitzer and good in run support. But the rebuilding Titans are looking to invest in their younger players and will likely allow Schulters to find another home.
    Titans: Roster | Depth Chart


    WASHINGTON REDSKINS — LB Mike Barrow
    With the signing of LB Warrick Holdman, the veteran LB Barrow could get dumped this week due to a couple key factors — his $1.74 million base salary and ongoing tendonitis in his left knee.
    Redskins: Roster | Depth Chart


    Other June 1 Cap Cut Candidates
    DE David Bowens, Dolphins — New coach Nick Saban is choosing his veterans carefully, and Bowen figures not to make the cut due to his high cap number for this season ($2.25 million).

    WR Rod Gardner, Redskins — Considering the Skins tried hard to deal him in the months before the NFL Draft, Gardner would likely welcome a pink slip at this point.

    S Mike Logan, Steelers — Most considered him a goner for certain, but a Pittsburgh source this weekend is saying the Steelers will not cut anyone after Wednesday's deadline.

    WR Peerless Price, Falcons — Price has been a disaster in Atlanta, and now comes uncertainty due to a detected retinal disorder. But the Falcons may give him one last chance to vibe with Michael Vick.
     
  6. El Tejano

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    The only real find in that list is Peter Warrick IMO.
     
  7. texan279

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    I agree, Warrick and maybe, maybe Schulters if he could come in and play SS instead of FS :pigfly: . But if these are the biggest names that could be cut, it could be a long boring offseason... :brickwall
     
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    I want to agree...but Peerless Price would thrive on a team with a #1 WR on it...like us or someone like the Eagles (since they have TO)
     


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    Add Johnnie Morton - KC to the list. Saw it on ESPN News
     
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    You can add Turley and Gragg to the free agent pool.
     
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    Looks like both the Morton brothers are unemployed, Chad got released by the skins.
     
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    This just shows me that you know what T.O. just might be RIGHT!
     
  14. texan279

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    Here is a list I got from foxsports.com...

    CLEVELAND BROWNS DB James Boyd*
    DALLAS COWBOYS S Clint Finley*
    KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WR Johnnie Morton
    NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS OT Lance Nimmo*
    QB Chris Redman*
    NEW YORK JETS CB Andrew Davison*
    OT Charles Thomas*
    ST. LOUIS RAMS LB Tony Newson*
    OT Kyle Turley
    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS OT Scott Gragg
    K Chace Long*
    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS WR Koren Robinson
    CB Bobby Taylor
    WASHINGTON REDSKINS RB/KR Chad Morton
     
  15. Hoss

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    Ross Verba just got cut...
     
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    -- Bears Release Two --
    Thu Jun 9, 2005 --from FFMastermind.com

    AP reports the Chicago Bears have released PK Nick Setta and S Jason Shivers.
     
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    Do we go get him? :fishing:
     
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    IMO No. He wants big money, and he's not worth it. Let some other team get suckered.
     
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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO :dangit:
     

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