It's that time of year when young men continue to live the dream or realize it's time to find their life's work outside of the playing field. NFL teams must cut rosters from 90 to 80 players by tomorrow and here's what I've been able to glean from around the interwebs.
Wisniewski looks to earn the starting LG position in Oakland while Bani and Lou are asked to turn in their playbooks. Hopefully Eliades gets another shot somewhere in the future as he works to come back from the torn ACL
Ollie Ogbu should make the Practice Squad (PS) in Indy and Colasanti looks to med school
Miami - Shuler currently number 2 at TE and Brackett has a shot there on the PS. Odrick is currently listed as 2nd on the depth chart at RDE, working his way back from injury.
I'm not sure what's happening with Royster in Washington. After a solid performance in the first exhibition against Pittsburgh he hasn't had a carry since. Perhaps Shanahan is trying to sneak him on their PS.
The Hullstache is still working to supplant Laura Naitis at MLB in STL. Justin King continues to earn a paycheck as a back-up corner if only due to a lack of talent there.
Norwoood and Paxson survived the first round of cuts out of Cleveland today. Norwood is looking good to make the roster and Paxson probably makes the PS.
Jets reports are that Maybin should succeed as a pass rush specialist, Landolt to PS.
Butler's recovery is Seattle has been slow and he's still on the PUP. Jay Alford probably PS fodder.
Rich Ohrnberger saw a lot of playing time after Conolly went down for the Patriots. Unfortunately he was repeatedly runover by a man named Suh. Word is he's the last guy to be cut unless the injuries continue to mount for Brady's OL.
It's not always sunny in Philadelphia for Shipley and he'll probably continue to plug away on the PS.
According to our friends at Behind The Steel Curtain, Gilmore is probably out of the TE battle, popular thinking is that young Saunders has more upside in the future. Kapinos won't beat out Sepulveda but somebody, somewhere must need a punter.