Monday, September 05, 2016

BoBA ISML 2016 Predictions: Sapphire Match Day 4

ARENA 01: [Doma Umaru] Fujibayashi Kyō
by >=500
Over/Under: 2500
Over

ARENA 02: Kasugano Sora [Kitashirakawa Tamako]
by <=500
Over/Under: 2500
Over

ARENA 03: Nakamura Yuri [Saber]
by <=300
Over/Under: 2500
Over

ARENA 04: [Aihara Enju] Rory Mercury
by >=500
Over/Under: 2500
Over

ARENA 05: [Eucliwood Hellscythe] Aoyama Nanami
by >=600
Over/Under: 2600
Over

ARENA 06: Miyauchi Renge [Yūki Mikan]
by <=500
Over/Under: 2400
Over

ARENA 07: [Yuzuriha Inori] Kuroyukihime
by >=500
Over/Under: 2500
Over

ARENA 08: Gasai Yuno [Izumi Konata]
by <=400
Over/Under: 2500
Over

ARENA 09: [Sora] Aikawa Ayumu
by >=500
Over/Under: 2900
Under

ARENA 10: [Handa Seishū] Kōgami Shin'ya
by <=400
Over/Under: 2900
Under

ARENA 11: Aki Tomoya [Archer]
by >=1000
Over/Under: 2900
Under

ARENA 12: Kuroko Tetsuya [Son Hak]
by <=400
Over/Under: 2900
Under

ARENA 13: Natsu Dragneel [Gilgamesh]
by >=700
Over/Under: 2800
Under

ARENA 14: Mitsuka Sōji [Usui Takumi]
by >=300
Over/Under: 2700
Under

ARENA 15: [L Lawliet] Levi
by >=500
Over/Under: 2900
Under

ARENA 16: [Uzumaki Naruto] Matsuno Jūshimatsu
by >=700
Over/Under: 2900
Under

ARENA 17: [Koshigaya Komari] Yamagishi Saki
by <=400
Over/Under: 2600
Under

ARENA 18: [Illyasviel von Einzbern] Hatsune Miku
by >=1000
Over/Under: 2500
Over

2016 NFL Season: NFC Cuts

Dallas

The Cowboys placed running back Darren McFadden on the reserve/non-football injury list, placed defensive end Demarcus Lawrence on the reserve/suspended list and waived-injured defensive end Mike McAdoo.

The Cowboys also parted ways with three former draft pick: Defensive end Ryan Russell, wide receiver Devin Street and tight end Rico Gathers, this year’s sixth-rounder. Gathers, a college basketball player, figures to end up on the practice squad.

Also released were linebacker Derek Akunne, center Jake Brendel, defensive tackle Rodney Coe, cornerback Isaiah Frey, linebacker Brandon Hepburn, quarterback Jerrod Johnson, wide receiver Andy Jones, linebacker Deon King, offensive tackle Ryan Mack, wide receiver Vince Mayle, cornerback Deji Olatoye, defensive lineman Lawrence Okoye, guard Boston Stiverson, tight end Austin Traylor, kicker Matt Wile and offensive tackle Bryan Witzmann.

New York Giants

The team’s last two moves were cutting running back Andre Williams and placing veteran tight end Will Johnson on injured reserve.

The Giants cut veteran offensive lineman Adam Gettis and defensive tackle Jermelle Cudjo, and waived the following 15 players: Quarterback Logan Thomas; wide receivers Geremy Davis, Darius Powe and Anthony Dable; offensive linemen Dillon Farrell and Ryan Seymour; defensive tackle Louis Nix;, defensive end Stansly Maponga; linebackers Brad Bars and Ishaq Williams; cornerbacks Leon McFadden, Michael Hunter and Donte Deayon; and safeties Justin Currie and Andrew Adams. They also waived-injured offensive linemen Emmett Cleary and Jake Rodgers, and have accounted for another roster spot with kicker Josh Brown’s one-game suspension.

Philadelphia

The Eagles traded quarterback Sam Bradford to the Vikings.

Waived later Saturday were sixth-round safety Blake Countess, linebacker Najee Goode, safety Ed Reynolds, cornerback JaCorey Shepherd, defensive tackle Bruce Gaston, kicker Cody Parkey, linebacker Don Cherry, guard Darrell Greene, quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson, linebacker Quentin Gause, wide receiver Marcus Johnson, offensive lineman Barrett Jones, wide receiver Cayleb Jones, running back Byron Marshall, tight end M.J. McFarland, defensive end Jake Metz, running back Cedric O’Neal, linebacker Myke Tavarres, tight end Chris Pantale, defensive tackle Aziz Shittu and wide receiver David Watford.

Washington

Rookie wide receiver Josh Doctson has been activated from the physically unable to perform list.

Fifth-round pick Matt Ioannidis, a defensive end, was waived. The Redskins also released offensive lineman Josh LeRibeus, a 2012 third-round pick, and nose tackle Jerrell Powe. They waived cornerbacks Lloyd Carrington and Mariel Cooper; tackles Takoby Cofield and Isaiah Williams; linebackers Carlos Fields, Lynden Trail and Mike Wakefield; wide receivers Maurice Harris, Kendal Thompson and T.J. Thorpe; running back Mack Brown; defensive end Corey Crawford; tight end Marcel Jensen; guard Nila Kasitati; fullback Joe Kerridge and safety Geno Matias-Smith.

Per multiple reports, the Redskins released veteran defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins and tight end Logan Paulsen. Jenkins had signed with the team earlier in the week. Offensive lineman Vinston Painter was also released, PFT has learned.

Chicago

The Bears waived quarterback David Fales, wide receiver Daniel Braverman, nose tackle Terry Williams, cornerback De’Vaunte Bausby, tight end Ben Braunecker, cornerback Taveze Calhoun, wide receiver B.J. Daniels, center Khaled Holmes, cornerback Kevin Peterson, long snapper Patrick Scales, linebacker John Timu and offensive tackle Jason Weaver.

Released were tight end Rob Housler, wide receiver Marc Mariani, tight end Tony Moeaki, running back Jacquizz Rodgers, guard Shelley Smith and tackle Garry Williams.

Linebacker Pernell McPhee and wide receiver were placed on reserve/physically unable to perform. Defensive end Ego Ferguson and linebacker Danny Mason were waived-injured.

Detroit

The Lions waived sixth-round quarterback Jake Rudock and three young wide receivers: Jace Billingsley, T.J. Jones and Jay Lee.

The Lions also waived cornerback Alex Carter, wide receiver Quinshad Davis, linebacker Jayson DiManche, tight end Adam Fuehne, linebacker Zaviar Gooden, linebacker Khaseem Greene, center Gabe Ikard, safety Isaiah Johnson, tackle Luke Marquardt, tackle Michael Ola, defensive tackle Caraun Reid, offensive lineman Brandon Thomas, defensive back Charles Washington, running back George Winn and defensive tackle Gabe Wright. Two vested veterans, center Lemuel Jeanpierre and cornerback Darrin Walls, were released.

Tight end Andrew Quarless was placed on the reserve/suspended list.

Green Bay

The Packers released veteran guard Josh Sitton Saturday.

Quarterback Marquise Williams was among the cuts, as were veteran linebackers Sam Barrington and Carl Bradford and long snapper Rick Lovato. They were joined by wide receivers Geronimo Allison and Herb Waters; linebackers Beniquez Brown and Reggie Gilbert; cornerbacks Robertson Daniel and Warren Gatewood; running backs Brandon Ross and Alstevis Squirewell; defensive tackle Brian Price; guard Lucas Patrick; tight end Casey Pierce; and safety Jermaine Whitehead.

Defensive tackle Tyler Kuder and center Kyle Steuck are headed to injured reserve and cornerback Demetri Goodson and defensive tackle Mike Pennell will serve supensions to start the year. Center Corey Linsley was placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list due to a hamstring injury.

Minnesota

The Vikings acquired quarterback Sam Bradford in a trade with the Eagles.

The Vikings cut three 2016 draft picks: Fourth-round offensive tackle Willie Beavers, sixth-round German Moritz Bohringer and seventh-round defensive end Stephen Weatherly.

Veteran defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis was released. The team also waived tackle Carter Bykowski, tight end Kyle Carter, guard Isame Faciane, wide receiver Isaac Fruechte, linebacker Jake Ganus, running back C.J. Ham, defensive tackle Toby Johnson, defensive end Zach Moore, defensive end Denzell Perine, running back Jhurell Pressley, defensive tackle Travis Raciti, fullback Blake Renaud, cornerback Tre Roberson, quarterback Brad Sorensen, quarterback Joel Stave and linebacker Brandon Watts.

Veteran safety Michael Griffin and cornerback Jabari Price were placed on injured reserve, and quarterback Taylor Heinicke was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list.

The Vikings waived quarterback Brad Sorensen again Friday.

Atlanta

The Falcons finalized their 53-man roster Saturday with a series of moves. The Falcons waived/injured 2014 seventh-round linebacker Tyler Starr and waived defensive tackle Joey Mbu, wide receiver J.D. McKissic, safety Sharrod Neasman, quarterback Matt Simms and tight end D.J. Tialavea.

Cornerback Akeem King, a 2015 seventh-round pick, was placed on injured reserve, as was former Raiders corner Demarcus Van Dyke. The team reached injury settlements with running back Brandon Wilds and fullback Will Ratelle and placed safety Jalen Collins on the reserve-suspended list.

The Falcons did half of their work Friday, cutting kicker Shayne Graham and tackle Bryce Harris and waiving defensive end Nordly Capi, tackle Laurence Gibson, defensive end Malliciah Goodman, defensive tackle Cory Johnson, cornerback Devonte Johnson, safety Damian Parms, offensive lineman Collin Rahrig, wide receiver Corey Washington, and linebacker Matt Wells.

Carolina

Guard Chris Scott was placed on the reserve-suspended list as he begins a four-game suspension.

The Panthers parted ways with veteran safety Stevie Brown Friday. In a bit of a surprise, they waived rookie cornerback Zack Sanchez, this year’s fifth-round pick.

Also cut were seventh-round tight end Beau Sandland, defensive tackle Kyle Love, safety Marcus Ball, linebacker Brian Blechen, defensive tackle Eric Crume, safety Travell Dixon, wide receiver Keyarris Garrett, defensive end Arthur Miley, running back Jalen Simmons, defensive tackle Robert Thomas, tight end Eric Wallace, defensive end Larry Webster, running back Brandon Wegher, guard David Yankey and cornerback Lou Young.

Placed on injured reserve were wide receiver Kevin Norwood, linebacker Ben Jacobs and tackle Jordan Rigsbee.

New Orleans

The Saints terminated the contracts of veteran offensive tackle Khalif Barnes, kicker Connor Barth, running back Travaris Cadet, tackle Tony Hills and defensive ends Darryl Tapp and C.J. Wilson.

They placed tight end Michael Hoomanawanui on injured reserve and waived the following players: Center Jack Allen, guard Joseph Cheek, defensive back Brian Dixon, defensive back Trae Elston, guard John Fullington, tight end Garrett Griffin, center Marcus Henry, running back Austin Johnson, wide receiver Jake Lampman, defensive end Chris McCain, defensive end Bobby Richardson, linebacker Jeff Schoettmer (injured), tackle Tyrus Thompson (injured), defensive end Davis Tull and wide receiver Jordan Williams.

Tampa Bay

The Buccaneers did their business Friday, cutting running backs Peyton Barber and Russell Hansbrough, wide receivers Bernard Reedy, Kenny Bell, Freddie Martino and Jonathan Krause, tight end Danny Vitale, offensive linemen Josh Allen, Ben Gottschalk, Kelvin Palmer and Kyler Kerbyson, defensive end Kourtnei Brown, defensive tackles Cliff Matthews and A.J. Francis, linebackers Luke Rhodes, Josh Keyes, Jeremiah George and Micah Awe and defensive backs Javien Elliott and Isaiah Johnson. Wide receiver Louis Murphy and guard J.R. Sweezy remain on the physically unable to perform list.

Arizona

The Cardinals cut quarterback Matt Barkley, defensive tackle Red Bryant and safety Chris Clemons.

Waived were center Taylor Boggs, cornerback Cariel Brooks, wide receiver Marquis Bundy, linebacker Donald Butler, tackle Rob Crisp, safety Matthias Farley, wide receiver Brittan Golden, cornerback Trevon Hartfield, wide receiver Chris Hubert, guard Antoine McClain, cornerback Harlan Miller, tight end Ifeanyi Momah, running back Elijhaa Penny, tackle Given Price, linebacker Shaq Riddick, wide receiver Jaxon Shipley, tight end Hakeem Valles, running back Kerwynn Williams and cornerback Ronald Zamort. They also waived-injured linebacker Tristan Okpalaugo.

The Cardinals began Friday with the cuts of veteran safety Chris Clemons and linebacker Donald Butler, along with waiving running back Kerwynn Williams, offensive lineman Taylor Boggs, defensive back Cariel Brooks, wide receiver Marquis Bundy, tackle Rob Crisp and guard Antoine McClain

Los Angeles

Two veterans, linebacker Akeem Ayers and defensive tackle Cam Thomas, were released.

The other players waived by the Rams were defensive end Ian Seau, offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, safety Christian Bryant, linebacker Brandon Chubb, tight end Justice Cunningham, defensive end Morgan Fox, safety Rohan Gaines, running back Aaron Green, wide receiver Austin Hill, cornerback Michael Jordan, safety Jordan Kovacs, center Eric Kush, linebacker Cameron Lynch, running back Terrence Magee, wide receiver Paul McRoberts, cornerback Marcus Roberson, cornerback Jabriel Washington and wide receiver Duke Williams.

The Rams also put offensive lineman Garrett Reynolds and offensive lineman Darrell Williams on injured reserve.

San Francisco

The 49ers made two trades: They sent an undisclosed draft pick to the Chiefs for veteran Rod Streater, who joins Jeremy Kerley as recent trade acquisitions at the position. They also sent safety L.J. McCray to the Seahawks for an undisclosed pick.

The rest of the players dropped from the roster are wide receivers Dres Anderson, Devon Cajuste, Ryan Whalen and DeAndre White; offensive linemen Alex Balducci, Fahn Cooper, Colin Kelly and Norman Price; defensive linemen Demetrius Cherry, B.J. McBryde and Garrison Smith; tight end Je’Ron Hamm; running backs DuJuan Harris and 2016 sixth-round pick Kelvin Taylor; cornerback Prince Charles Iworah; and linebackers Corey Lemonier and Shayne Skov.

In addition, wide receiver DeAndre Smelter was waived/injured and linebacker Aaron Lynch was placed on the reserve/suspended list.

Seattle

The contracts of guard Jahri Evans and fullback Will Tukuafu were terminated. Waived were quarterback Jake Heaps, defensive tackle Brandin Bryant, tight end Clayton Echard, linebacker Steve Longo, running back Troymaine Pope, defensive tackle Jordan Hill (injured), linebacker Eric Pinkins (injured), tackle Terry Poole (injured), offensive lineman Will Pericak, defensive end Tylor Harris, cornerback Marcus Burley, safety Keenan Lambert, defensive end Ryan Robinson, cornerback Tye Smith, defensive tackle Tani Tupuo, tight end Joe Sommers (injured), linebacker Kache Palacio and wide receivers Kenny Lawler, Uzoma Nwachukwu, Douglas McNeil III, Kasen Williams and Antwan Goodley.

The team also acquired safeties L.J. McCray (from the 49ers) and Dewey McDonald (from the Raiders) in separate trades.

The Seahawks also cut four players from injured reserve with settlements: Running back George Farmer, defensive tackle Sealver Siliga, wide receiver Kevin Smith and defensive back Trovon Reed.

2016 NFL Season: AFC Cuts

Buffalo

The Bills announced their moves Friday, topped by cutting veteran linebacker Manny Lawson. They also released: Tight end Blake Annen, linebacker Kroy Biermann, wide receiver Jarrett Boykin, cornerback Mario Butler, wide receiver Kain Colter, defensive tackle Brandon Deaderick, defensive end LaVar Edwards, fullback Jerome Felton, running back Boom Herron, linebacker Randell Johnson, Lawson, wide receiver Dez Lewis, tackle Marquis Lucas, tackle Chris Martin, cornerback Sterling Moore, guard Cyril Richardson, cornerback Sammy Seamster, defensive end Max Valles, center Fernando Velasco, defensive tackle Casey Walker and running back James Wilder Jr.

Miami

Cornerback Chris Culliver will remain on the physically unable to perform list as he continues to recover from a knee injury. He can be activated after six weeks of the regular season.

Offensive linemen Jamil Douglas; 2016 seventh-round tight end Thomas Duarte; linebackers James Burgess and Tyler Gray; defensive linemen Deandre Coleman, Chris Jones, Cleyon Laing, Cedric Reed and Jordan Williams; quarterback Zac Dysert; defensive backs Shamiel Gary, A.J. Hendy, Rashaan Melvin and Lafayette Pitts; tackle Ulrick John; and wide receiver Rashawn Scott were all waived

Cornerback Chimdi Chekwa, linebacker James-Michael Johnson, tight end Dominique Jones, running back Daniel Thomas and tackle Sam Young were released.

New England

The Patriots dropped a bunch of wide receivers: Aaron Dobson, DeAndre Carter, Keshawn Martin, Chris Harper and 2016 seventh-round pick Devin Lucien. Also cut were 2016 sixth-round linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill, 2015 third-round defensive lineman Geneo Grissom and 2015 seventh-round defensive back Darryl Roberts.

The Patriots also parted ways with running back Tyler Gaffney, defensive lineman Markus Kuhn, offensive lineman Chris Barker, linebacker Rufus Johnson, defensive back Vinnie Sunseri, defensive lineman Joe Vellano, offensive lineman Jon Halapio, running back Joey Iosefa, linebacker Kevin Snyder, defensive lineman Woodrow Hamilton, cornerback Cre’von LeBlanc and tight end Bryce Williams.

New York Jets

Cornerback Dee Milliner, a former first-round pick, was released. So was former second-round pick Jace Amaro.

The Jets also released tight ends Zach Sudfeld and Wes Saxton, wide receiver/kick returner Jeremy Ross and running back Antone Smith and waived/injured linebacker Trevor Reilly, a 2014 seventh-round pick. They waived wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins, 2013 seventh-round fullback Tommy Bohanon, defensive lineman Tarow Barney, linebacker Freddie Bishop, linebacker Taiwan Jones, cornerback Bryson Keeton, guard Mike Liedtke, safety Doug Middleton, cornerback Darryl Morris, defensive lineman Claude Pelon, cornerback Kevin Short, guard Craig Watts and wide receiver Chandler Worthy.

Defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson was placed on the reserved/suspended list. He’ll be activated following the team’s season opener. Right tackle Breno Giacomini was placed on the reserve/physically unable to perform list.

Baltimore

In one of the most surprising moves of the day, the Ravens released running back Justin Forsett.

The Ravens placed wideouts Michael Campanaro and Chris Matthews on injured reserve. Tackle De’Ondre Wesley was also placed on injured reserve while cornerback Carrington Byndom was waived/injured.

Guard Vladimir Ducasse and quarterback Josh Johnson were released. Linebacker Arthur Brown, a 2013 second-round pick, and safety Terrence Brooks, a 2014 third-round pick, were waived along with wide receivers Jeremy Butler and Keenan Reynolds, linebacker Brennen Beyer, tight end Daniel Brown, tackle Blaine Clausell, defensive tackle Kapron Lewis-Moore, running back Stephen Houston, linebacker Victor Ochi, linebacker Patrick Onwausor, center Matt Skura and defensive back Julian Wilson.

Cincinnati

The Bengals got to 53 Saturday by waiving fullback Andrew Bonnet, defensive end Ryan Brown; quarterback Keith Wenning; running backs Bronson Hill and Tra Carson; wide receivers Jake Kumerow, Rashon Simonise and Alonzo Russell; center Alex Cooper; defensive tackle David Dean; guards Trey Hopkins, Alex Redmond and Trip Thurman; tackles John Weidenaar and Aaron Epps, tight end Matt Lengel and cornerbacks Darius Hillary and Tony McRae.

Linebacker Vontaze Burfict was placed on the reserve-suspended list. He’s suspended the first three games for repeated violations of on-field rules. The Bengals also waived wide receiver Mario Alford from injured reserve with an injury settlement, cut cornerback Chykie Brown and placed defensive end Marcus Hardison on inured reserve.

The Bengals released safety Jimmy Wilson Friday.

Cleveland

The Browns agreed to a one-year deal with punter Britton Colquitt, a move that foreshadowed the release of punters Kasey Redfern and Michael Palady later in the day.

Waived were defensive linemen Kenton Adeyemi and Chigbo Anunoby; defensive backs Pierre Desir, Mikell Everette, Charles Gaines and Eric Patterson; running back Jahwan Edwards; offensive linemen Dan France, Garth Gerhart, Kaleb Johnson and Mike Matthews; tight ends Connor Hamlett and J.P. Holtz; wide receiver Darius Jennings; linebackers Jason Neill and Justin Tuggle; and punter Kasey Redfern.

Wide receivers Taylor Gabriel and Marlon Moore were also cut. Wide receiver Josh Gordon and defensive lineman Armonty Bryant were placed on the reserve/suspended list. Both are suspended for the first four games of the season. Cornerback Justin Gilbert was traded to the Steelers.

The Browns began Friday by cutting defensive backs Pierre Desir and Charles Gaines.

Pittsburgh

The Steelers acquired former first-round cornerback in a trade with the Browns. That led to the release of cornerback Doran Grant, a fourth-round pick in 2015.

The Steelers also waived a member of this year’s draft class, seventh-round wide receiver DeMarcus Ayers. Their other cuts were linebackers Travis Feeney, Steven Johnson and Jermauria Rasco; quarterback Bryn Renner; safety Ray Vinopal; cornerbacks Montell Garner, Al-Hajj Shabazz and Donald Washington; offensive linemen Shahbaz Ahmed, Antoine Everett, Matt Feiler and Wade Hansen; defensive linemen Lavon Hooks, Caushaud Lyons and Johnny Maxey; wide receivers Cobi Hamilton and Marcus Tucker and running backs Brandon Brown-Dukes and Cameron Stingily.

Running back Le’Veon Bell is headed to the reserve/suspended list and tight end Paul Lang was waived/injured.

Houston

Offensive tackle Duane Brown and defensive lineman J.J. Watt were activated from PUP.

Most notably, the Texans released veteran wide receiver Cecil Shorts, safety Antonio Allen and running back Akeem Hunt.
They also waived tackle Jeff Adams, guard Karim Barton, wide receiver Quenton Bundrage, inside linebacker Reshard Cliett, tight end Anthony Denham, defensive tackle Brandon Dunn, running back Kenny Hilliard, defensive end Ufomba Kamalu, outside linebacker Eric Lee, tackle Andrew McDonald, cornerback Terrance Mitchell, cornerback Robert Nelson, defensive end Dan Pettinato, inside linebacker Shakeel Rashad, guard Chad Slade, tight end Eric Tomlinson and wide receiver Wendall Williams.

They also waived-injured center Dalton Freeman and outside linebacker Tony Washington Jr.

Indianapolis

The Colts will release veteran running back Stevan Ridley, NFL Network reported.

Waived were defensive end Sterling Bailey, inside linebacker Trevor Bates, safety Alden Darby, cornerback Tay Glover-Wright, safety Lee Hightower, safety Stefan McClure, wide receiver MeKale McKay, cornerback Christopher Milton, guard Kitt O’Brien, outside linebacker Earl Okine, defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles, guard Adam Redmond, wide receiver Tevaun Smith, tackle Mitchell Van Dyk and tackle Jeremy Vujnovich.

Three players were placed on injured reserve: Cornerback Tevin Mitchel, outside linebacker Ron Thompson and guard Hugh Thornton, who might have been a starter if he’d been healthy. Linebacker Nate Irving was released.

On Friday, the Colts waived-injured 2015 third-rounder D’Joun Smith.

Jacksonville

Among the Jaguars cuts were linebacker Ryan Davis, offensive lineman Mackenzy Bernadeau, wide receiver Arrelious Benn and offensive lineman Jacques McClendon. The team also waived safety Josh Evans, defensive end Tyrone Holmes, linebacker Thurston Armbrister, defensive lineman Richard Ash, defensive lineman T.J. Barnes, cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun, tight end Braedon Bowman, offensive lineman Kadeem Edwards, wide receiver Shaq Evans, offensive lineman Rashod Hill, wide receiver Rashad Lawrence, cornerback Nick Marshall, linebacker Sean Porter, offensive lineman Pearce Slater, linebacker Jordan Tripp and wide receiver Shane Wynn.

Defensive tackle Michael Bennett was placed on injured reserve. Cornerback Aaron Colvin was placed on reserve/suspended.

Pass-rusher Ryan Davis was among the Jaguars’ first wave of cuts Friday, along with defensive end Tyrone Holmes and tackle Rashod Hill.

Tennessee

The Titans finished their cuts Friday, releasing: Running back Bishop Sankey, wide receiver Justin Hunter, running back Dexter McCluster, fullback Sam Bergen, offensive lineman Jeremiah Poutasi, offensive lineman Will Poehls, wide receiver Andrew Turzilli, linebacker J.R. Tavai, linebacker Curtis Grant, cornerback B.W. Webb, defensive back Marqueston Huff, kicker Aldrick Rosas, running back David Fluellen, offensive lineman Tyler Marz, offensive lineman Ronald Patrick, wide receiver Ben Roberts, tight end Jerome Cunningham, tight end Alex Ellis, linebacker Justin Staples, nose tackle Antwaun Woods, cornerback Kalan Reed and defensive back Curtis Riley.

Denver

Quarterback Mark Sanchez was released. Later in the day, journeyman quarterback Austin Davis was signed.

In getting to 53 the Broncos cut running back Ronnie Hillman, center Dillon Day, outside linebacker Vontarrius Dora, wide receiver Mose Frazier, tackle Lars Hanson, defensive end Lars Koht, inside linebacker Kyle Kragen, tight end Henry Krieger-Coble, defensive back B.J. Lowery, safety Ryan Murphy, tackle Justin Murray, guard Robert Myers Jr., offensive lineman Aaron Neary, cornerback Taurean Nixon, inside linebacker Dwayne Norman, wide receiver Kalif Raymond, outside linebacker Sadat Sulleyman, cornerback John Tidwell and outside linebacker Eddie Yarbrough.

Safety Shiloh Keo was placed on the reserve/suspended list for the next two weeks.

The Broncos cut veteran defensive tackle Henry Melton Friday, along with running back Juwan Thompson.

Kansas City

The Chiefs released rookie quarterback Kevin Hogan Saturday and traded wide receiver Rod Streater to the 49ers for an undisclosed pick.

Also cut Saturday were linebacker Tyrell Adams, wide receiver Da’Ron Brown, cornerback Deveron Carr, defensive back Jamell Fleming, offensive lineman Reid Fragel, wide receiver Frankie Hammond Jr., defensive lineman David King, linebacker Andy Mulumba, center Daniel Munyer, tight end Brian Parker, offensive lineman Jarrod Pughsley, safety Shak Randolph, running back Darrin Reaves, linebacker Terrance Smith, defensive lineman Jimmy Staten, tackle Zach Sterup and defensive back Brock Vereen.

The Chiefs parted ways with quarterback Aaron Murray and cut veteran safety Jeron Johnson Friday, and traded cornerback Marcus Cooper to the Cardinals.

Oakland

The Raiders waived running back George Atkinson, lineacker Neiron Ball, guard Mitchell Bell, wide recevier K.J. Brent, defensive end James Cowser, defensive back Kenneth Durden, wide receiver Marvin Hall, defensive end Drew Iddings, defensive end Branden Jackson, guard Denver Kirkland, nose tackle Derrick Lott, linebacker John Lotulelei, tight end Jake McGee, wide receiver Jayden Mickens, tight end Ryan O’Malley, guard Oni Omoile, defensive back Neiko Thorpe, linebacker Korey Toomer, defensive Greg Townsend Jr. and linebacker Kyrie Wilson.

The Raiders also traded defensive back Dewey McDonald to Seattle for a conditional 2017 seventh-round pick. Running back Marcel Reece was moved to the reserve/suspended list, where he will remain for the first three games of the season.

San Diego

The Chargers got a roster exemption for recently signed rookie defensive tackle Joey Bosa and placed defensive tackle Damion Square on the reserve-suspended list.

The players released by the Chargers included wide receiver Rasheed Bailey (injured), quarterback Mike Bercovici, tackle Brett Boyko, cornerback Richard Crawford, outside linebacker Ben Gardner, running back Gus Johnson, defensive tackle Kamal Johnson, guard Marcel Jones, safety Adrian McDonald, defensive tackle Chuka Ndulue, inside linebacker Shaq Petteway (injured), wide receiver DeAndre Reaves, inside linebacker James Ross, cornerback Larry Scott, tight end Tim Semisch, fullback Chris Swain, guard Vi Teofilo, outside linebacker James Vaughters, tight end Matt Weiser, wide reciever Dom Williams and cornerback Trevor Williams.