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    Jennifer Aniston says shes ready to fall in love again, plus more news 10 Reasons You Should Claim Social Security Early © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche has played 80 defensive snaps for the Seahawks as a practice squad elevation over the last two weeks and now he’s officially a member of the 53-man roster. The Seahawks announced that they signed Nkemdiche off the practice squad. If they had promoted him again, they would have had to release him after their Week Four game against the 49ers. Nkemdiche signed with the Seahawks in April and was one of their final cuts this summer. He has recorded nine tackles in the last two games. The Seahawks waived quarterback Jake Luton in a corresponding move. Geno Smith is now the only backup to Russell Wilson on the active roster. Seahawks sign Robert Nkemdiche to 53-man roster, cut Jake Luton originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Getty Kylin Hill #32 of the Green Bay Packers reacts after making a first down during the first half against the Buffalo Bills at Highmark Stadium on August 28, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. The Green Bay Packers’ first 53-man roster of the 2021 season is finally here, and while there were not too many surprises from them at the NFL’s cutdown deadline, a number of their former draft picks were shown the door. In all, the Packers have moved on from seven of their former drafted players since training camp began on July 27. Four of them — including 2021 sixth-round offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen — were waived ahead of the league’s final deadline of the summer on August 31, while 2020 fifth-round inside linebacker Kamal Martin was among the second round of cuts one week earlier. The Packers also traded away a pair of drafted cornerbacks during camp, including 2018 second-round pick Josh Jackson (who made the New York Giants’ initial roster) and 2019 sixth-rounder Ka’dar Hollman (who was left off the Houston Texans’...
    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (CBS) — Tuesday was cut day for the Bears’ final roster, and those not surviving the reckoning included wide receivers Dazz Newsome and Riley Ridley. This means six of Bears General Manager Ryan Pace’s seven draft picks at receiver are no longer on the team. It also means it appears the feel-good story of receiver Rodney Adams will continue on this 53-man roster. READ MORE: 4-Year-Old Girl Shot In Arm In Englewood Published reports said running back Ryan Nall and cornerback Thomas Graham Jr. were also cut. READ MORE: Illinois Eviction Moratorium Will Be In Effect Until Oct. 3, Gov. JB Pritzkers Office Says More cuts in the secondary included cornerback Desmond Trufant, wo has been away from the team since the death of his father a couple of weeks ago. That means last year’s fifth-round pick, Kindle Vildor, is set to roll into the season with a bigger hole. And in year two, the young cornerback’s confidence is only growing. MORE NEWS: Douglas Stockstill Lost Everything After He Was Shot While Working For AT&T, And Physical...
    Survivors Parvati Shallow Obtains Domestic Violence Restraining Order Against Ex John Fincher Southwest pilots union sues carrier over changes to work rules during pandemic travel slump Simone Biles’ boyfriend was among the players cut by the Houston Texans on Tuesday as NFL teams got down to their 53-man rosters. Chris Godwins advice to NFL players getting cut this week USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Colin Cowherd makes his first revisions to his 2021 NFL predictions I THE HERD FOXSports Colin Cowherd reacts to Russell Wilson dropping to No. 12 on the NFL Top 100 list I THE HERD FOXSports Fantasy Football Tiers: Tight End Rankings Explained Sports Illustrated Dolphins vs. Bengals highlights Preseason Week 3 NFL Breaking down 49ers two-QB approach in preseason GMFB NFL Younghoe Koo shares mindset and goals heading into 21 season NFL Brooks, Trotter: Top sleepers for Defensive Player of the Year in 21 NFL Bill Cowher bids Nate Burleson...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Steelers have trimmed their roster to 53 players. The team released 17 players by the league’s 4 p.m. cutdown deadline on Tuesday. Among the players cut were running backs Jaylen Samuels and Trey Edmunds and offensive lineman B.J. Finney. Jaylen Samuels one of the players released today. Arthur Maulet a surprise cut. Josh Dobbs placed on injured list @KDKA pic.twitter.com/tiKsD3Y3y2 — Rich Walsh KDKA (@RichieWalsh) August 31, 2021 #Steelers makes moves and very interesting ones. Among them Offensive Guards BJ Finney and Rashaad Coward, Slot Corner Arthur Maulet. Outside LB Cassius Marsh, and Quincy Roche. Running back Jaylen Samuels QB Josh Dobbs was placed on IR. — Bob Pompeani (@KDPomp) August 31, 2021 Quarterback Josh Dobbs was placed on the reserve/injured list. Beginning Sept. 1, Pittsburgh can sign 16 players to the practice squad.
    Getty Head coach Matt LaFleur of the Green Bay Packers looks on in the second half against the New York Jets during a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 21, 2021 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. With the preseason in the books, the Green Bay Packers now have a little more than 48 hours to make final decisions on their first 53-man roster of the 2021 season, particularly when it comes to the bottom of their depth chart and the players who will make up the majority of their special teams unit this year. The Packers have about 30 or so players on their current training-camp roster who can be classified as locks to make the team between contract commitments and overall contributions to the team, including stars such as Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Jones, Davante Adams, David Bakhtiari, Za’Darius Smith, Kenny Clark and Jaire Alexander. The same cannot be said, however, for a few starters and former draft picks who have spent much of the summer on the roster bubble and could soon be looking for work with...
    Getty The Vikings cut defensive end Jordan Brailford on Sunday. Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer had seen enough from second- and third-string players after an ugly 33-6 loss to the Denver Broncos on Saturday. Approaching the 85-man roster deadline on Tuesday, the Vikings cut defensive end Jordan Brailford and undrafted rookie long snapper Turner Bernard on Sunday. The #Vikings have waived LS Turner Bernard and DE Jordan Brailford. — Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) August 15, 2021 Brailford, who played five games in 2020 as a midseason signing, saw 11 defensive snaps in the preseason opener against the Broncos. Bernard played two snaps on special teams. A few more cuts will be necessary with Minnesota’s roster now standing at 88 players. The latest Vikings news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Vikings newsletter here! Join Heavy on Vikings! Brailford Flashed Promise in MinnesotaSigned off the Washington Football Team’s practice squad, Brailford played in five games last season for the Vikings. Brailford’s shined in Minnesota’s 27-24 overtime victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars last year, forcing and recovering a...
    Getty A talented New York Jets wide receiver hauling in a big pass during training camp. With training camp getting underway, it’s time to release a 53-man roster projection. Our pair of experts (Paul ‘Boy Green’ Esden Jr and Michael Obermuller) share their takes on the entire team. Who survives? Which players get tossed to the curb? We have all the answers for you. ALL the latest Jets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Jets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Jets! An Inside Look at the Offensive Depth Chart Play The BEST Moments Of Practice (7/30) | The New York Jets | NFLCheck out highlights from the best moments of practice on Friday, July 30, 2021. Subscribe to the New York Jets YT Channel: bit.ly/2KRtBJd For more Jets NFL Action: bit.ly/2rkCbal #NewYorkJets #Jets #NFL For more Jets action: newyorkjets.com/2021-07-30T21:25:47Z MO: QB (2) Makes cut: Zach Wilson, Veteran TBD Gets cut: James Morgan, Mike White If this first day of camp proved anything, it’s that Morgan and White are not ready for...
    The 49ers’ initial 53-man roster out of camp is due Aug. 31. That’s too long to wait. So with minicamp called off last week by coach Kyle Shanahan, that freed up time to create this Mock Roster 1.0 (with a historical look at how many players per position made initial rosters since 2017): QUARTERBACK: 2 (2017-20: 2, 2, 3, 3) IN: Jimmy Garoppolo, Trey Lance OUT: Nate Sudfeld, Josh Rosen Key question: How quickly can Lance develop to surpass Garoppolo? Look, that question likely won’t be answered until well into the season, which should open with Garoppolo as QB1. The more pressing issue in camp: Which No. 3 quarterback gets stashed on the practice squad? RUNNING BACK: 5 (2017-20: 4, 5, 4, 5) IN: Raheem Mostert, Kyle Juszczyk (FB), Wayne Gallman Jr., Trey Sermon, Elijah Mitchell OUT: Jeff Wilson Jr. (PUP), JaMycal Hasty, Josh Hokit (FB) Key question: Could Mostert’s injury history open the door for Sermon under Bobby Turner, who’s previously coached rookie stars Mike Anderson, Clinton Portis...
    The Giants claimed three players off waivers on Sunday as they put the finishing touches on their 53-man roster heading into the season. The Giants were awarded wide receiver Damion Ratley from the Browns and two players from the Chiefs: Offensive tackle Jackson Barton and safety Adrian Colbert. Linebacker Ryan Connelly, the Giants’ fifth round draft pick in 2019, was cut on Saturday and a day later was claimed by the Vikings. Connelly is from Eden Prairie, Minn., making this a homecoming for him after the Giants kept him off their initial roster. Center Jon Halapio, re-signed last Wednesday and cut three days later, declined the Giants’ offer to be part of their 16-player practice squad. Halapio started 15 games for the Giants in 2019 before going down with a torn Achilles tendon in Week 17. The Giants are expected to put rookie safety Xavier McKinney (broken foot) and linebacker David Mayo (torn meniscus) on injured reserve, with a designation to return. That will clear two roster spots for the newly-claimed players. Ratley, 25, had 25 receptions for 344 yards...
    The Giants claimed three players off waivers on Sunday as they put the finishing touches on their 53-man roster heading into the season. The Giants were awarded wide receiver Damion Ratley from the Browns and two players from the Chiefs: Offensive tackle Jackson Barton and safety Adrian Colbert. Linebacker Ryan Connelly, the Giants’ fifth round draft pick in 2019, was cut on Saturday and a day later was claimed by the Vikings. Connelly is from Eden Prairie, Minn., making this a homecoming for him after the Giants kept him off their initial roster. Center Jon Halapio, re-signed last Wednesday and cut three days later, declined the Giants’ offer to be part of their 16-player practice squad. Halapio started 15 games for the Giants in 2019 before going down with a torn Achilles tendon in Week 17. The Giants are expected to put rookie safety Xavier McKinney (broken foot) and linebacker David Mayo (torn meniscus) on injured reserve, with a designation to return. That will clear two roster spots for the newly-claimed players. Ratley, 25, had 25 receptions for 344 yards...
    New York Giants: 3 major takeaways from 53-man cut-down By: Alexander Wilson September 6, 2020 ShareShareTweetThe New York Giants cut their roster down from 80 to 53-men on Saturday afternoon. With the deadline being 4 PM, the Giants waited until the final moments to make the cut’s official, with several surprises along the way. It is clear that head coach Joe Judge wants to stick with his team from the start, retaining all four linebackers drafted this year. That means TJ Brunson, Cam Brown, Carter Coughlin, and Tae Crowder all made the active roster, which is quite a surprise given they had for seventh-round picks. With Judge seeing increased confidence when it comes to personnel by ownership, the roster is meant to reflect his hiring. Three major takeaways for the New York Giants: 1.) Ryan Connelly wasn’t showing enough to stick on active roster despite injuries The Giants releasing Ryan Connelly was the biggest surprise of the day, considering his production during the first four games of the 2019 season. As...
    Getty Cam Newton The New England Patriots released 24 players to get their roster to the 53-man limit by Saturday’s deadline. While there is an element of finality to this day, it has a bit more fluidity this year because of the changes to a few rules in the face of a season already impacted by the global pandemic. Follow the Heavy on Patriots Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors, and content!The Patriots’ 53-Man Roster Quarterback: Cam Newton, Jarrett Stidham, Brian Hoyer Running back: Sony Michel, Damien Harris, James White, Rex Burkhead Fullback: Jakob Johnson Wide receiver: Julian Edelman, N’Keal Harry, Gunner Olszewski, Damiere Byrd, Jakobi Meyers Tight end: Devin Asiasi, Dalton Keene, Ryan Izzo Offensive line: Isaiah Wynn (tackle), Joe Thuney (guard), David Andrews (center), Shaq Mason (guard), Jermaine Eluemunor (tackle), Hjalte Froholdt (guard), Yodny Cajuste (tackle), Korey Cunningham (tackle), Michael Onwenu (guard), Justin Herron Defensive tackle: Lawrence Guy, Adam Butler, Beau Allen, Byron Cowart Defensive end: Deatrich Wise Inside linebacker: Ja’Whaun Bentley, Josh Uche, Anfernee Jennings, Brandon Copeland Outside linebacker: John Simon, Chase...
    This is far from final, but there are certainly signs that Joe Judge’s touch is all over the initial 53-man roster the Giants got down to Saturday, as they parted ways (for now) with 28 players on cut-down day. There are 23 players who were not with the organization in 2019 that made it through, though not all of them will stay around for the start of the regular season. Upheaval was expected for a team that won four games last season, especially with a first-year head coach intent on putting his stamp on a franchise that has lost more games (36) than any team in the NFL the past three years. Thus, nine of the 10 draft picks from 2020 are on the roster. Thus, a promising member of the 2019 draft class, linebacker Ryan Connelly, did not make it. Thus, most of the veteran free agents Judge signed off on during the spring and summer survived. There was no established veteran to get the axe. For now, the Giants have two quarterbacks, Daniel Jones and backup Colt McCoy,...
    Getty NFL WR Keelan Doss. After some surprising cuts and a shocking trade, the Las Vegas Raiders are have finally cut their roster down to 53 players. Due to the truncated offseason, a lot of players probably didn’t get a fair shake and there are some notable names the team is moving on from. Here are the following players who have been waived: Marcell Ateman WR Nick Bowers TE Lester Cotton Sr. C Keelan Doss WR Madre Harper DB Dylan Mabin CB Mike Panasiuk DT Justin Phillips LB De’Mornay Pierson-El WR Kamaal Seymour T Javin White LB Other teams will now have a chance to claim any of the above players. If they clear waivers, they will be free agents and the Raiders will have a chance to sign any of them to the practice squad. Those weren’t the only cuts as the team did move on from some veterans. The following players were released so they don’t hit waivers: Kyle Emanuel LB Datone Jones DE Theo Riddick RB Chris Smith DE Kyle Wilber LB...
    The Jets are going to be doing some backup quarterback gymnastics in the coming weeks. Gang Green set their initial 53-man roster and the most interesting position was quarterback. No, Sam Darnold was not cut, but the Jets are going to have to navigate their backup situation for a few weeks. Joe Flacco passed his physical and was taken off the physically unable to perform list, but he is still at least a few weeks away from being ready to play in a game following neck surgery in the spring. Flacco was ineligible for injured reserve with a designation to return because he failed his initial physical. That left the Jets with Mike White, David Fales and rookie James Morgan fighting to be Darnold’s backup. The team released Fales and waived White on Saturday, leaving Morgan as the only healthy backup for Darnold. There is no way that the Jets will go into Week 1 in Buffalo with Morgan as the No. 2 quarterback. The fourth-round pick simply is not ready. see also Jets make 53-man roster official...
    The Giants must cut their roster down to 53 players by 4 p.m. on Saturday. This will be the first iteration of new head coach Joe Judge’s first Giants team. Many of the players cut on Saturday will be brought back Sunday for the expanded 16-player practice squad. There are sure to be a few mild surprises as Judge and general manager Dave Gettleman put together the 2020 Giants, with players from outside the organization also in the mix once they clear waivers. We’ll keep track here of all of the Giants cuts. Check back often for updates: CB Grant Haley S Dravon Askew-Henry OT Eric Smith CB KeiVarae Russell DE Chris Slayton TE Garrett Dickerson CB Prince Smith QB Alex Tanney
    New York Giants 53-man roster cut tracker By: Alexander Wilson September 5, 2020 ShareShareTweetWith the NFL 53-man roster deadline set for 4 PM on Saturday, changes will be made across the league to trim the roster down. Empire Sports Media has you covered with all of the New York Giants’ cuts leading up to the deadline. For a look at our projected 53-man roster, check it out here! New York Giants cut tracker:   WR: David Sills (fracture foot, placed on IR)   Most Popular New York Giants 53-man roster cut tracker Giants’ Evan Engram raves about Daniel Jones’ leadership and growth since rookie season New York Yankees Recap: Yankees split a doubleheader with the Baltimore Orioles Subscribe Login Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments {} [+] Name* Email* {} [+] Name* Email* 0 Comments Inline Feedbacks View all comments Load More Comments © 2020 Empire Sports Media Facebook-f Twitter Instagram Youtube Linkedin wpDiscuzInsert
    The Giants must cut their roster down to 53 players by 4 p.m. on Saturday. This will be the first iteration of new head coach Joe Judge’s first Giants team. Many of the players cut on Saturday will be brought back Sunday for the expanded 16-player practice squad. There are sure to be a few mild surprises as Judge and general manager Dave Gettleman put together the 2020 Giants, with players from outside the organization also in the mix once they clear waivers. We’ll keep track here of all of the Giants cuts. Check back often for updates: Filed under new york giants ,  9/5/20
    GETTY Tackle Tom Compton #68 of the Washington Redskins on the sidelines during the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium on October 12, 2014 in Glendale, Arizona. The Cardinals defeated the Redskins 30-20. Sometimes, competitive teams like the San Francisco 49ers have to make tough decisions. However, those decisions get less frequent and less difficult when players are able to meet the team halfway to keep their place in the team, as offensive lineman Tom Compton did on Friday. Per the NFL’s Field Yates, the 49ers and Compton worked out a restructured contract, which will see the lineman make a over a $1 million less in the 2020 season, but can earn the money back through playing incentives. The 49ers and veteran OL Tom Compton agreed to a reworked contract in which his base salary drops to $1.05M from $2.15M with the chance still to earn money through bonuses. Likely ensures his spot on the roster as a projected backup. — Field Yates (@FieldYates) September 4, 2020 It makes perfect sense...
    The Deets is a weekday morning dose of commentary — delivered at 7 a.m. — from sports columnist Dieter Kurtenbach that wraps up everything important in the world of sports and looks forward to another crazy day ahead. The Big Thing A year unlike any other in our lifetime has deserved an NFL preseason unlike any other. Oh, and for the record, preseason is over. That sped by, didn’t it? All NFL teams have until 1 p.m. Saturday to cut their ever-nebulous rosters down to 53 players, and the media, much less the general public, have had no preseason games, no group practices, only some limited-viewing-opportunity practices by which to guess (and let’s be honest, no matter how many people we can talk to, it’s all a guess until it’s official) who makes the squad. This is a massive advantage to teams, by the way. With practice squads expanded to 16 in 2020, the lack of film could help them sneak good players down. In the meantime, let’s sneak in this projection before that deadline: Quarterback 1. Jimmy Garoppolo...
    North Carolina mail voting, August jobs report, Mulan on Disney+: 5 things to know Friday 100+ discounts that will save seniors money NFL roster cut tracker: Which notable veterans arent making 53-man squads? For many NFL players, Saturday will mark the potential end to their hopes of carrying on a career in football. Erin Andrews on FOXs NFL coverage: Expect fake crowd noise, dont expect watered down product USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Biden meets with family of Jacob Blake during trip to Kenosha NBC News Zac Taylor: Cincinnati Bengals defense played like their hair was on fire during OTA Cincinnati Enquirer Raw video: 15-year-old injured in southeast Houston shooting KHOU-TV Houston Colts sign C Ryan Kelly to 4-year contract extension SMG Saints, Titans ‘making strong pushes’ to recruit Jadeveon Clowney SMG Pelissero outlines measures NFL will take to manage crowd noise in 2020 NFL NFL stars Melvin Gordon, Trae Waynes reflect on Jacob Blake...
    Getty Dallas Cowboys Jerry and Stephen Jones are rolling up their sleeves and getting to work on the Dallas Cowboys‘ final roster. After cutting a trio of players, including quarterback Clayton Thorson and former Jets bust Devin Smith, the team announced Wednesday the release of four others: offensive tackles Mitch Hyatt, Wyatt Miller, and Pace Murphy and tight end Charlie Taumoepeau. It’s unclear if Hyatt was waived with an injury settlement after the second-year lineman recently was lost to a significant knee injury. He may revert to the team’s injured reserve list upon clearing waivers. A 2019 UDFA, Hyatt spent much of last season on the Cowboys’ practice squad before his December elevation to the active roster. Miller was signed by Dallas last December, plucked off the Cincinnati Bengals’ taxi squad, amid his rookie NFL campaign. He was scooped up by the New York Jets after the 2019 Draft, appearing in four preseason games before New York waived him at final cuts. Murphy’s departure is something of a surprise considering he received a two-year contract from the Cowboys...
    Getty Members of the Green Bay Packers stretch during Green Bay Packers Training Camp at Lambeau Field on August 20, 2020 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Cut week has finally arrived. The Green Bay Packers wrapped up their 12th and final training camp practice on Saturday with a live scrimmage at Lambeau Field and will now spend the rest of their lead-up to the 2020 season preparing for their Week 1 matchup at the Minnesota Vikings. But before kickoff, the Packers must also decide which 27 players will not be joining them on their initial 53-man roster with the mandatory cutdown deadline set for 3 p.m. CT this Saturday. Here’s a projection of how the Packers’ active roster could look to begin 2020: Quarterbacks (3): Aaron Rodgers, Tim Boyle, Jordan Love Rodgers looked crisp and in command of the offense during his 18th NFL training camp, not that his starting role was ever in any sort of doubt for 2020. There was some curiosity about whether Love would surprise during his first camp and seize the primary backup spot,...
    The ears of Giants players must have been ringing throughout their day off. As players enjoyed their mandatory weekly time away from the facility Saturday, Giants coaches and personnel evaluators gathered for a six-hour discussion of the roster — an extended version of a weekly conversation. There is one more scrimmage scheduled for Thursday before the cut down to 53 players. “At this point, there’s a lot of things that can happen,” coach Joe Judge said after Sunday’s 90-minute light practice. “There are a lot of guys who have left strong impressions. We want to make sure we take advantage of the remaining time to give everyone a fair shot and make sure we don’t oversee someone’s ability and make an assumption too quick.” In order to make roster space for newly signed defensive backs Brandon Williams and KeiVarae Russell, undrafted rookie running back Javon Leake was cut. That was a surprise given Leake earned Judge’s praise after showing good burst in both scrimmages. Javon LeakeRobert Sabo “We kind of had to … address different positions with depth,” Judge said....
    The ears of Giants players must have been ringing throughout their day off. As players enjoyed their mandatory weekly time away from the facility Saturday, Giants coaches and personnel evaluators gathered for a six-hour discussion of the roster — an extended version of a weekly conversation. There is one more scrimmage scheduled for Thursday before the cut down to 53 players. “At this point, there’s a lot of things that can happen,” coach Joe Judge said after Sunday’s 90-minute light practice. “There are a lot of guys who have left strong impressions. We want to make sure we take advantage of the remaining time to give everyone a fair shot and make sure we don’t oversee someone’s ability and make an assumption too quick.” In order to make roster space for newly signed defensive backs Brandon Williams and KeiVarae Russell, undrafted rookie running back Javon Leake was cut. That was a surprise given Leake earned Judge’s praise after showing good burst in both scrimmages. Javon LeakeRobert Sabo “We kind of had to … address different positions with depth,” Judge said....
    Without the usual training camp alumni weekend because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Raiders paid homage to their legends Monday in name and number. There was no practice for the second consecutive day — a team spokesman said it was not related to the rash of false positive tests incurred by some other teams — but Jon Gruden saw to it players were issued jerseys of Raiders legends for a walkthrough which was closed to the media. “Gru loves to bring back the old players, loves to keep the Raider tradition going,” tight end Foster Moreau said in a Zoom teleconference. Moreau wore No. 88, previously worn by Raymond Chester in his second tour with the Raiders. Darren Waller was in No. 46 (Todd Christensen) and Jason Witten received No. 87 (Dave Casper). Fullback Alec Ingold, who wore Mark VanEeghen’s No. 30, said teammate Josh Jacobs was thrilled to wear Bo Jackson’s No. 34. “He was pretty pumped about that,” Ingold said. “I think he snuck his jersey shirt out. I don’t think he gave that one back.” Other numbers...
    SANTA CLARA — Three weeks to go for the 49ers’ season opener. It’s increasingly likely the show will go on amid the COVID-19 pandemic, of which the 49ers and NFL seem to have mitigated exposures. So who will suit up for that Sept. 13 debut against the Arizona Cardinals amid Levi’s Stadium’s desolate stands? Heading into the final week of training camp practices, here is who I envision making the 53-man roster (16 can go on the practice squad): QUARTERBACKS (3) Starter: Jimmy Garoppolo: Reserves: Nick Mullens, C.J. Beathard Analysis: Garoppolo is poised for another big year if he can gain chemistry with targets other than George Kittle. Overthrows in practice are a concern. His knee is not, and he did not wear a brace on it the past three days. Mullens and Beathard are doing fine, nothing spectacular. The COVID-19 cloud rationalizes keeping three QBs on the roster more so this year than last. RUNNING BACKS (4) Starters: Raheem Mostert, Kyle Juszczyk (fullback) Reserves: Tevin Coleman, Jerick McKinnon Cut line: JaMycal Hasty, Jeff Wilson Jr., Salvon Ahmed, Josh Hokit...
    Getty Head coach Matt LaFleur of the Green Bay Packers looks on from the sidelines during their NFL game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on October 27, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. It will be on to team No. 6 for second-year outside linebacker Jamal Davis II. The Green Bay Packers released Davis from their 80-man training camp roster on Monday afternoon, ending his brief tenure with the team before the start of full-squad practices for training camp on Aug. 15. The 25-year-old pass rusher spent time with four other NFL teams during his 2019 rookie season but was only active for three games with the Miami Dolphins late in the year, seeing no action in any of them. As first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the Packers also claimed former Detroit Lions second-year wide receiver Travis Fulgham off the waiver wire on Monday in a one-for-one swap with Davis that keeps the active roster at capacity; though, the current 80-man total does not account for the five Packers who are still on the...
    Getty Kendrick Rogers In a corresponding roster move after activating two players from the COVID-19 list, the Dallas Cowboys waived undrafted rookie wide receiver Kendrick Rogers, the team announced Sunday. Rogers played collegiately at Texas A&M where he caught 68 passes for 786 yards and seven touchdowns across 23 career games. A prototypical possession wideout, Rogers (6-4, 204) has a solid catch radius but is otherwise limited athletically, projecting as an NFL developmental piece. His scouting report, courtesy of The Draft Network, read as such. PROS: When the game was on the line, Rogers was the go-to player for the A&M passing offense. His lean and long frame makes his catch radius absurdly wide, and his caching ability allows him to make the most of it. Has good speed for a bigger wide receiver. He is also extremely flexible. Great ball skills when getting vertical. CONS: Not a lot of nuance in his route running, to this point. Did not see much action and attention outside of the big moments last season where he stepped up for his...
    Walmart wont enforce face mask rules Take a look at 20 of the cutest and creepiest robots in stores and restaurants today Cardinals cut 10 to get to 80-man roster The Cardinals have opted against keeping a split squad when they open camp, by cutting their roster to 80 players. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The team announced 10 players have been released, most of them undrafted rookies. The group included the following players: Outside linebacker Vontarrious Dora, quarterback Drew Anderson, defensive end T.J. Carter, offensive lineman Jackson Dennis, offensive lineman Drew Dickinson, tight end Parker Houston, wide receiver Shane Leatherbury, wide receiver Devin Phelps, cornerback Jarren Williams, and cornerback Bejour Wilson. Dora has spent time with the Cardinals the last two years, and Anderson went to camp with them last year and was called up late in the year. By cutting to 80, the Cards can have the entire roster practice together when they hit the field. Cardinals cut 10 to get to 80-man roster originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    On the eve of Opening Day, the Oakland Athletics revealed the 30-player roster they’ll trot out Friday night at the Coliseum against the Los Angeles Angels to start this strange 2020 season. The Athletics’ Opening Day roster is evenly split between pitchers and position players (15 and 15), with Frankie Montas set to take the mound against the Angels. Manager Bob Melvin gave us one key puzzle piece to Friday’s lineup: after keeping up a strong bat in both iterations of spring training, Chad Pinder will play second base on Opening Day. The taxi squad will consist of switch-hitting catcher Jonah Heim, left-handed pitcher Lucas Luetge and infielder Nate Orf. With the 30-man roster announcement, Daniel Mengden was officially reinstated from the 60-day IL after undergoing arthroscopic elbow surgery in February. Right-handed pitcher Daniel Gossett — who returned to action this spring after a long Tommy John rehab — was designated for assignment to make room for Mengden on the 40-man roster. Here’s a breakdown of all 30 players, and what role they might play during the season. Here’s the...
    Projecting the New York Giants’ 53-man roster By: AJ LaRocca July 6, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesWith free agency and the draft having come and gone, we know what the majority of the NFL rosters are going to look like for this upcoming season. There still are roster additions to be made with the remaining free agents and players who get cut over the next couple of months, but there most likely won’t be any major moves coming for the New York Giants. For those of you thinking that the rosters have been expanded to 55 players, you’re both right and wrong. Teams still have to trim their final roster down to 53 players, but the difference is they get to call up an extra two players from the practice squad each week, which has been expanded to 12 players this season. So the final roster remains at 53 players but can increase to 55 players on Sundays. With all that being said, I’m...
    Plenty of veteran depth will be at the Mets’ disposal for their abbreviated season. The team on Sunday announced its 60-man pool, which included names such as Eduardo Nunez, Matt Adams, Rene Rivera and Max Moroff — seasoned players who were at spring training as non-roster invitees competing for jobs. In addition, the Mets included 2017 first-round pick David Peterson and former Yankees reliever Chasen Shreve. Other names who aren’t on the 40-man roster that are in the pool include Kevin Smith, Jarrett Parker and Johneshwy Fargas. Notably absent from the list is Tim Tebow. The pool players, including the 40-man roster (minus Noah Syndergaard), will participate in the Mets’ summer camp over the next three weeks and be available for inclusion on the major league roster. With 45 players in their pool, the Mets still have 15 available slots that can be filled. Yoenis Cespedes and Jed Lowrie are both part of the 60-man pool. The Post reported last week there is a strong chance Cespedes will be ready for the start of the season. But it’s still unclear...
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