Waiver claims are made tonight and sorted out tomorrow around noon or so.
Claims go out once the deadline is passed. They have to go in by a certain deadline. They are awarded by inverse order of teams' 2017 record. A team can put priorities on waiver claims so that if they made claims as backups, once their priority is filled the other claims go away. If if they don't create priorities they might get everyone they claim and they would have to create roster space for them.
I don't think Ripkowski is eligible. Biegel is.
Kofi Amichia, Alex Light, Emanuel Byrd, James Hearns, Herb Waters, Joey Mbu.
That's a lot to give up. Plus, the money. We'll know if it was worth it in a year or so. One thing working to the Packers' benefit is that Mack hasn't had a training camp. Can't imagine he's going to play many snaps in the opener or be that effective.
It's really hard to say. You can see they have a lot more talent and speed in the secondary, but you can't tell how well they're playing the scheme.
OK, Kofi Amichia has been added to the list of players who have been cut.
I think they will. But I don't know for how long.
I'd say: Martini, Biegel, Davis, Yancey, Looney, Thomas, Mays among others.
Sorry for kinda falling off. So much traffic on here my browsers just crashed. Good work all. And Tom. Nearing the 3 p.m. deadline, but obviously much left to happen.
Very well could have been.
I *believe* Gutekunst will speak this weekend.
Not that I've seen, but I haven't seen the whole list. If they pick someone up, it probably will be someone we've never heard of.