It's a longshot. Donatello Brown is the only one I can think of that has a shot and it's an outside shot.
Do you see the link at the top of the blog page. It says www.jsonline.com. That leads to a list.
Callahan, Kerridge (later on)
I think it's something they have to think about on early downs. I would have Matthews rush from outside on third downs.
If they wait until tomorrow, it gives them some flexibility with the 53. They can carry a guy like trip or Adams on the 53 and then have the option of putting him on IR with designated to return.
He didn't make the 53 out of camp. He started on the PS. So did Kerridge.
I think we were talking about at the cut to 53.
They receive a list from the NFL later today and they have until noon tomorrow to submit waiver claims. They have reports on most of the guys in the league based on scouting for the draft.
I don't think he'll be ready for Week 1. I think Week 2 is a possibility.
I think there's still debate going on.
The coaches and personnel people sit in a board room and go over each player and discuss who should go and who should stay. Ultimately, Thompson and his people make the final decisions but a lot is decided in that room.
They have to wait until tomorrow.
Normally, McCarthy talks to them, but with the volume of cuts, that won't be the case today.
Amichia definitely won't make it. Dupre probably not either. Yancey is a question mark.
He played better this spring at center. He's further removed from his torn ACL. He's serviceable and knows the offense.
I still think Vogel sticks.
I think they missed big time on him. I'm not sure he should make it to the PS, but given he's a pick, he probably will.
Both. I think Tripp makes it on the 53 and is put on IR. They can bring him back later.