NFL Nation reporters are keeping track of all 32 teams cuts down to 53-man rosters. Click the links after each team to view the full posts.Arizona Cardinals:?Despite steadily progressing throughout the preseason, quarterback Matt Barkley was released. While it was expected, Barkley may have shown enough during the preseason to earn himself a roster spot on another team. Read more.Atlanta Falcons:?The Falcons chose Nick Williams over rookie J.D. McKissic as the teams sixth receiver, even though McKissic had a 101-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the first preseason game. Read more.Baltimore Ravens:?The Ravens cut running back Justin Forsett, but dont be surprised if they bring back Forsett after making some additional moves to the roster. Read more.Buffalo Bills: While the Bills chose to keep two undrafted rookies,?the most surprising moves were releasing veterans Manny Lawson and Jerome Felton. Read more.Carolina Panthers: The Panthers didnt cut a draft pick in Dave Gettlemans first three years as a general manager, but this year they cut two. Read more.Chicago Bears: Wide receiver Marc Mariani is not a flashy guy, but he is trusted and reliable. By all appearances, Mariani enjoyed another solid camp. In the end, though, the Bears went in a different direction. Read more.Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals will have to place starting linebacker Vontaze Burfict on the reserve/suspended list for the first three weeks of the season. Read more.Cleveland Browns: The Browns traded former top-10 pick Justin Gilbert and kept all 14 of their picks from Aprils draft. Read more.Dallas Cowboys: The Cowboys will sign Mark Sanchez, who was among the Broncos final cuts. That answers one quarterback question. But two questions still remain. Read more.Denver Broncos: The Broncos traded for Mark Sanchez less than 12 hours after Brock Osweiler was formally introduced as the Texans new quarterback. Almost six months later, Sanchez was the odd man out in Denver. Read more.Detroit Lions: The Lions made a pretty big move when they cut receiver TJ Jones, who did not play in the teams final preseason game and appeared to be safe as the teams No. 4 receiver. Read more.Green Bay Packers: It wouldnt have been a major surprise to the Packers move on from veteran left guard Josh Sitton after this season, when his five-year, $33.75 million contract expired. But it took many by surprise when they released him on Saturday. Read more.Houston Texans:?The Texans cut Cecil Shorts III and kept five young receivers instead. Shorts had taken a pay cut in the offseason. Read more.Indianapolis Colts:?Nate Irving spent the majority of the preseason working with the first unit at inside linebacker, but he ended up on the cuts list. Read more.Jacksonville Jaguars:?It doesnt qualify as a significant move, but the team released fan favorite defensive end Ryan Davis, who had 11.0 sacks in 31 games with the Jaguars. Read more.Kansas City Chiefs:?Tyler Bray made the roster as the third quarterback, instead of Aaron Murray or rookie Kevin Hogan. Bray was the best of the bunch during training camp and the preseason. Read more.Los Angeles Rams:?The Rams surprisingly cut ties with Akeem Ayers, projected to be one of their starting linebackers. They will save $3.3 million in cap space this year by letting him go. Read more.Miami Dolphins:?Veteran defensive tackle Chris Jones was an early standout in training camp, working his way up to the second team. But that wasnt enough to keep him around. Read more.Minnesota Vikings:?The Vikings decision to release fourth-round pick Willie Beavers wasnt a great shock, but he is the teams highest pick not to make the teams roster since Rick Spielman joined the organization in 2007. Read more.New England Patriots:?There are several feel-good stories of long shots who made the initial 53-man roster, starting with undrafted free agents D.J. Foster and Jonathan Jones. Read more.New Orleans Saints:?In perhaps the most stunning move of all, the Saints stuck with the same kicker they had last year. Nothing against Kai Forbath, but kickers typically dont last long in New Orleans. Read more.New York Jets:?The decision to waive cornerback Dee Milliner and tight end Jace Amaro sends a loud message: No free passes, regardless of draft status. Read more.New York Giants:?Former sixth-round pick Geremy Davis started the summer strong but was slowed by a hamstring injury. It ultimately led to his downfall with the Giants. Read more.Oakland Raiders:?While many wondered if Raiders legacy George Atkinson III had played his way onto the roster, his lost fumble and dropped pass on a sure TD in the fourth preseason game seemingly sealed his fate. Read more.Pittsburgh Steelers:?Sixth-round linebacker Travis Feeney and seventh-round return man Demarcus Ayers didnt make the cut, though they have practice squad potential. Read more.Philadelphia Eagles:?Linebacker Najee Goode was the biggest surprise cut. Already thin at linebacker, he was thought to be a key reserve along with the recently acquired Stephen Tulloch. Read more.San Diego Chargers:?The Chargers moved on from quarterback Mike Bercovici, who quickly picked up offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunts system and showed progress during training camp. Read more.San Francisco 49ers:?The biggest move of the day had nothing to do with cuts. San Francisco coach Chip Kelly announced that Blaine Gabbert will indeed be his starting quarterback on Sept. 12 against the Rams. Read more.Seattle Seahawks:?The Seahawks stuck with undrafted free agent Trevone Boykin as their backup quarterback -- for now. Boykin had an inconsistent summer. Read more.Tampa Bay Buccaneers:?The Bucs parted ways with wide receiver Kenny Bell, a fifth-round draft pick from 2015 who spent all of last year on injured reserve with a hamstring injury. Instead, they kept Evan Spencer. Read more.Tennessee Titans:?Coach Mike Mularkey repeatedly expressed affection for running back and return man Dexter McCluster, but the Titans parted ways with him on Friday. Read more.Washington Redskins:?Cutting defensive end Cullen Jenkins was a significant move because the Redskins signed him Monday and then cut end Stephen Paea. Read more. Cheap Adidas Superstar Black . Varlamov made 33 saves and Ryan OReilly had a goal and scored in the shootout as the Avalanche beat the New Jersey Devils 2-1 on Thursday night. Adidas Superstar Black Wholesale . The Lightning are 2-0 so far on a four-game road trip, giving the club five straight wins as the guest and improving Tampas away record this season to 11-8-2. http://www.wholesalefashionsuperstar.com/ . 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