previous kit Detroit Lions They made the unfortunate list of players who were cut from their teams during this brutal time of the year.
The teams were tasked with reducing their squads to 53 men by 4 p.m. Tuesday. The players who gave their all on the pitch left the next day. Jason Cabinda, who was placed in Detroit Back up / physically unable to perform the list With an ankle injury, it’s getting real on Twitter.
“These are the worst two days in the NFL,” Cabinda Books. “…worrying, being abandoned or seeing other hardworking men you’ve been grinding with all year, leave the men you’re close to vacationing and never seeing again…Difficult prayers for everyone to go through any of these feelings.”
The cuts were announced in fury on Monday and more will come throughout Tuesday before the deadline. Unfortunately, many of those dismal reports included previous lions. Here are some examples:
Sad for Sam, but I can’t say I’m very surprised. Martin is still an excellent gambler, but the Broncos have a rising star in Corliss Waitman that comes at a much cheaper rate. With Ross in Denver, there’s a win now and every dollar counts. https://t.co/BlBB65eXCM
– Hamza Baccouche (@HamzaPOD) August 29, 2022
Former Gambler Black / Kicker Ryan Santoso cut by New York Giants. He attended Lions training camp in both 2018 and 2019, but has never been on the team. However, he did start against Pittsburgh last season in Week 10, but missed a few attempts and was cut short the following week.
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