The NFLs annual cut day has come and gone, which means its time to examine the inevitable fantasy impact of 704 players being sent to the open market.At least from a fantasy perspective, the Ravens release of veteran Justin Forsett was Saturdays biggest surprise. After spending the first six years of his career bouncing around the league, Forsett settled in as the Ravens lead back in 2014 and went on to finish eighth among running backs in fantasy points. Prior to going down with a season-ending broken arm last season, Forsett had been on the field for two-thirds of Baltimores snaps and had been handling a larger share of the offensive touches than he did in 2014. An underrated and effective back throughout his career, Forsetts 4.9 yards per carry ranks third among 125 backs with at least 200 carries since he entered the league.ESPNs Jamison Hensley has suggested that Forsett, who turns 31 in October, could be re-signed by the Ravens later this week, but the teams decision to cut him loose makes it highly unlikely that hell remain the clubs workhorse. In fact, with Terrance West emerging and Javorius Allen productive in the pass game, its likely hed be no more than one part of a committee attack.Even if Forsett does return, West is the short-term back to own in fantasy. A bust after being selected in the third round by Cleveland back in 2014, the 25-year-old has enjoyed an improbable resurgence this offseason and is now the favorite to start for Baltimore. The 5-foot-10, 225-pound back paced Baltimore with 25 carries for 101 yards and two scores during the preseason. More of an early-down, between-the-tackles back, West managed only 15 catches during his time in Cleveland and Tennessee. Hell certainly be spelled by Allen on passing downs. Allen struggled badly as a rusher as a rookie last season, but he racked up 353 yards and two scores on 45 receptions. The USC product should be owned in PPR formats.The one player I didnt mention is intriguing rookie Kenneth Dixon. The fourth-rounder out of Louisiana Tech is recovering from a torn MCL and is expected to miss the first two weeks of the season. Once he returns, however, Dixon will immediately become a threat for Baltimores lead back gig. Hes worth stashing in leagues with deep benches or IR slots.Forsetts release stole the headlines on Saturday, but there were a few other moves that are sure to have a fantasy impact this season.The Patriots cut running backs Tyler Gaffney and Joey Iosefa. This locks in LeGarrette Blount as the Patriots primary early-down and goal-line back. Blount has been extremely cheap in fantasy drafts this offseason, but hell be squarely in the RB2 conversation in non-PPR leagues once New England returns home after a tough Week 1 trip to Arizona. James White should be fully owned in PPR formats as Dion Lewis replacement in the passing game. Undrafted rookie and converted wide receiver D.J. Foster is a must own in the deepest of PPR leagues and in dynasty. If White stumbles or goes down, Foster will jump into the PPR flex conversation.The Giants cut running back Andre Williams. Orleans Darkwa is expected to operate as Rashad Jennings primary backup, with Shane Vereen handling passing-down duties. Rookie Paul Perkins didnt emerge during the preseason but remains an intriguing stash in very deep leagues. Jennings, meanwhile, will be a solid RB2 to start the season.The Ravens cut WRs Keenan Reynolds, Daniel Brown and Jeremy Butler. That leaves Baltimore with five receivers, which suggests the team is confident in the health of Breshad Perriman. The 2015 first-round pick figures to open the season with a minimal role, but its only a matter of time before hes pushing Steve Smith, Mike Wallace and Kamar Aiken for a major role. Rookie Chris Moore also made the team.The Jets waived TE Jace Amaro. The 2014 second-round pick was an intriguing fit in Chan Gaileys spread attack, but he simply wasnt good enough to stick. Amaro is only 24 years old and has upside as a pass-catching tight end, but he may never see an opportunity as good as the one in New York this season.?The Patriots cut 2013 second-round pick Aaron Dobson, which positions split end Malcolm Mitchell for a significant rookie-season role. Once back to full health, Mitchell will push Chris Hogan for snaps opposite Julian Edelman. Mitchell looked terrific prior to an elbow injury in his preseason debut and is now worth considering in the last few rounds of your draft. Theres chatter that New England could add a wide receiver this week, however, so this is a fluid situation.Rookies Robby Anderson, Jalin Marshall and Charone Peake all made the Jets 53-man roster. New York had four wide receivers on the field on 51 percent of pass plays last season, which easily led the NFL (the league average is 5 percent). Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker and Quincy Enunwa are locked in as the top three receivers, and 2015 second-round pick Devin Smith (PUP) is expected back later this season, but at least one of the three rookies figure to play a major role out of the gate. Kenbrell Thompkins, who was cut on Saturday, averaged a massive 39 snaps per game as the teams No. 4 receiver last year. Anderson, who paced the NFL with 264 receiving yards and three touchdown catches during the preseason, should be your first add.Jacquizz Rodgers, a good blocker and competent receiver, was cut by Chicago, which decided to roll with three tailbacks. This move is good news for Jeremy Langfords early-season snap volume, but I remain pessimistic about his ability to produce efficiently. KaDeem Carey and rookie Jordan Howard also made the team and are fine bench stashes.The Titans cut WR Justin Hunter, RB Bishop Sankey and RB Dexter McCluster. The trio combined to play 806 snaps last season. McClusters release is the biggest surprise as he was expected to contribute on passing downs behind big men DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry. The move will allow a few extra targets for both remaining backs, which adds to their fantasy appeal. Antonio Andrews beat out Sankey and David Cobb for the No. 3 gig. Hunter never panned out and inevitably lost out to Harry Douglas, Andre Johnson and Tre McBride this season.The Chargers waived RB Gus Johnson. This one may not seem too relevant, but its notable because it locks in Kenneth Farrow as San Diegos No. 3 back. Farrow was an undrafted free-agent signing following Aprils draft and Branden Olivers season-ending injury has positioned him for potential relevance as a rookie. Farrow is 5-foot-10, 218 pounds with terrific short-area quickness and is a capable blocker and receiver. Stash him in dynasty and be ready to pounce in all formats in the event of an injury to Melvin Gordon or Danny Woodhead.Bills WR Dezmin Lewis, Bengals WR Jake Kumerow and Lions WR TJ Jones each generated some hype during OTAs, but all three were waived on Saturday. This is a reminder to monitor, but not overreact to, puff pieces before the pads are on. Each player could land on a practice squad, so those of you in deep dynasty leagues should keep an eye on their situations.The Browns wide receiver overhaul is complete after they cut loose Taylor Gabriel, Marlon Moore and Darius Jennings. The trio combined to play 775 snaps last season. Cleveland will open the season with Corey Coleman, Terrelle Pryor and Andrew Hawkins as its top three receivers. Rookies Rashard Higgins, Ricardo Louis and Jordan Payton add depth and Josh Gordon will return in Week 5. Coleman, Pryor and Gordon are the only players worth rostering in 12-team, 16-man-roster leagues.The Broncos released Mark Sanchez, who is expected to sign with the Cowboys. Trevor Siemian will start for Denver in Week 1 and first-round pick Paxton Lynch is likely to make a few starts later this season. This is a quarterback situation to avoid in all but leagues that start two at the position. 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