The 2023 NFL season is just around the corner. Before then, however, teams must finalize their rosters, whittling them down from their offseason allowance of 90 players.
Unlike last season, when teams gradually trimmed their rosters from 85 to 80 and then to 53, there will only be one roster cut deadline this year: Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 4 p.m. ET. That said, there will be plenty of cuts as clubs tweak their personnel and prepare for the final cutdown.
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Here’s an updated tracker of all 32 teams’ roster cuts, keeping in mind that many of these players will end up either claimed by other teams or return on their original teams’ practice squads for 2023.
Green Bay Packers
New York Giants
CB Isaiah DunnRB John Lovett
CB Duke Dawson (injured)LB Chapelle Russell (injured)
WR Ja’Marcus Bradley (injured)
RB Jason Huntley (signed by Colts)LS Rex SunaharaWR Hakeem ButlerWR Cody WhiteWR Dan ChisenaWR Aron CruikshankDT James NyamwayaLB Kuony DengLB Forrest RhyneDB Madre HarperDB Nevelle ClarkeK B.T. PotterLB Tanner MuseCB Lavert HillDL Manny JonesLB Toby NdukweOL La’Raven ClarkOL William DunkleQB Tanner MorganRB Darius HagansS Kenny RobinsonS Jalen Elliott
DB Duron Lowe (signed by Chiefs)
T Grant Hermanns (signed by Jets)K Rodrigo BlankenshipS Avery YoungOL John MolchonWR Taye BarberWR Kaylon GeigerWR Kade WarnerRB Ronnie BrownCB Rodarius WilliamsS Nolan TurnerDT Deadrin SenatT Michael NieseLB Hamilcar RashedLB Ulysees GilbertCB Don Gardner (injured)S Aaron YoungDL Willington PrevelonLB Brandon Bouyer-Randle