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  • FA Wide Receiver #85
    Harry joined the Vikings less than three weeks ago but is now back on the free-agent market. The former first-round pick was unable to separate himself from the pack throughout training camp and caught just two passes for 24 yards this preseason. The 25-year-old receiver could catch on with another team but will continuously battle for a roster spot.
  • FA Quarterback #8
    Mond appeared in three preseason games for the Browns, completing 32-of-55 passes for 297 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception. The former third-round pick was waived by the Vikings last season and has spent the last year with the Browns. The recent emergence of rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson and the signing of Joshua Dobbs created a rather crowded quarterbacks room for the Browns, putting Mond in a difficult position to make the 53-man roster.
  • FA Defensive Back #17
    Jackson was cut by the Steelers at the end of last season to free up $12 million in cap space. The former first-rounder was traded to the Steelers from the Commanders at last year’s deadline but never suited up for Pittsburgh in 2022. Now reportedly healthy and ready to get back to work, Jackson will try to catch on with a team before the start of the season. Jackson signed a three-year, $40.5 million contract with the Commanders in 2021 and quickly became one of the bigger free agent busts in recent memory. Whenever he signs with a team, it will likely be to serve as added depth and not as a starter.
  • FA Wide Receiver #84
    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said earlier that Davis was at risk of missing Week 1 against the Bills but wouldn’t get into specifics. Now we know why. The former No. 5 overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft appears ready to call it quits after six seasons. Davis was selected by the Titans out of Western Michigan and joined the Jets in 2021. While he never lived up to his lofty draft capital, the veteran receiver posted a career-high 984 yards and five touchdowns in 2020 and was a solid WR2 for the Jets over two seasons. His retirement permanently elevates Allen Lazard to the Jets’ WR2 role and makes him a low-end WR3 option alongside teammate Aaron Rodgers.
  • FA Wide Receiver #89
    Edwards is again searching for a new team after being cut by the Saints following a five-month stint. The former third-round pick has struggled to live up to his draft capital since being drafted by the Raiders in 2020 and has just 48 receptions for 779 yards and four touchdowns in 35 career games. It’s possible he lands on some team’s practice squad in the coming days, but a 53-man roster may not be in his future any time soon.
  • FA Kicker (FG) #15
    The move means Chase McLaughlin will serve as the Bucs’ kicker this year. Blankenship was waived by the Colts early in the 2022 season and eventually made his way onto the Cardinals’ roster as a replacement for an injured Matt Prater. Blankenship now rejoins the free agent circuit for the third time in less than a year.
  • FA Wide Receiver #89
    Wide receiver Cody White was also waived with an injury designation. Butler joined the Steelers after a successful stint in the XFL. Even if he doesn’t fine a new home in the NFL, it’s possible he returns to spring football next year.
  • FA Punter #26
    The team signed RB Stevie Scott in a corresponding move. Haack was cut by the Bills near the end of training camp last year but landed with the Colts before the start of the season. He served as Indy’s primary punter for the entire year. It’s possible he finds a similar path to playing time this year. Nolan Cooney appears to have won the punting gig in Arizona.
  • FA Linebacker #47
    A decorated college player who fell to the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, Jack never quite lived up to his hype but started for the better part of a decade, often as an every-down player. Still only 27 years old, Jack could change his mind and become part of the workout circuit.
  • FA Defensive Back #26
    They also placed WR Tyrie Cleveland, CB Zech McPhearson and DT Noah Elliss on waived/injured. Williams signed with the Eagles this offseason after his Browns career was derailed with injuries, missing 15 games in three seasons. The 2019 second-round pick should resurface before Week 1.