• by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Browns make a big round of cuts

    The Browns cut defensive backs Royce Adams and T.J. Heath, offensive linemen Randall Harris, Ryan Lee and Jeremiah Warren, running back Edwin Baker, defensive lineman Cam Henderson, receivers Tim Smith, Jonathan Krause and Anthony Armstrong, linebackers Caleb McSurdy and Keith Pough, and tight end Martell Webb.

  • by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Hoyer has faith in Browns receiving corps

    Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer said he's confident in the team's receivers even if Josh Gordon is suspended for the year as expected, reports the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Yeah, no doubt," he said. "I look at the guys that we have and I've talked about the guys I throw with but you throw in Nate Burleson, Anthony Armstrong -- I was shocked to know that he didn't play last year,'' said Hoyer. "If you watched him in our spring, he was awesome. Not to mention our tight ends and our skill guys. I feel really confident with who we have and going forward we know that we have what it takes to win games. We know that the guys that are on this team right now are what we're going to have for this season and that's what we're going with, and I feel confident with what we have." Hoyer's top targets sans Gordon will be tight end Jordan Cameron and receivers Miles Austin, Andrew Hawkins, Burleson and Armstrong.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Browns sign wideout Anthony Armstrong

    Desperate for receiver help, the Browns signed wideout Anthony Armstrong, reports Pro Football Talk. Armstrong, 31, was out of the league last season. His best season came in 2010, when he caught 44 passes for 871 yards and three touchdowns for the Redskins.

  • by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Anthony Armstrong doing tryout for Redskins

    Free agent receiver Anthony Armstrong recently took part in Redskins' minicamp as part of a tryout, reports ESPN. The report says the Redskins need receiver depth, and Armstrong played for the Redskins as recently as 2011. He was not with a team in 2013.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Lions work out free-agent receivers

    The Lions worked out receivers Anthony Armstrong, Charles Hawkins and Lavelle Hawkins on Tuesday, reports ProFootballTalk.com. Anthony Armstrong, 30, last played for the Cowboys. LaVelle Hawkins, 27, was cut by the 49ers in the preseason. Charles Hawkins is a 23-year-old rookie from Southern University. Detroit is in the market for a receiver after losing Nate Burleson to a broken arm.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Sterling Moore among Cowboys cut

    Cornerback Sterling Moore, who has earned some playing time with New England and Dallas, has been cut by the Cowboys. Moore played in five games in both 2011 and 2012. Another significant cut by the team is wide receiver Anthony Armstrong, who has 54 career catches. Others waived by Dallas are the following: quarterback Alex Tanney, tackles Demetress Bell and Edawn Coughman, defensive backs Micah Pellerin, Xavier Brewer and Jakar Hamilton, linebackers Brandon McGee, Cameron Lawrence, Caleb McSurdy and Taylor Reed, running back Kendial Lawrence, defensive tackle Jerome Long, defensive ends Thaddeus Gibson and Jabari Fletcher, guard Ray Dominguez, wide receivers Tim Benford and Danny Coale, defensive lineman Jason Vega and center Kevin Kowalski.

  • by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

    Anthony Armstrong good, but not good enough for Cowboys

    Wide receiver Anthony Armstrong had a good camp with the Cowboys. He just had too much competition and will be cut on Saturday, sources have indicated to DallasCowboys.com. The report stated that the team had decided to keep four tight ends and five wide receivers - Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, Terrance Williams, Dwayne Harris and Cole Beasley. Armstrong peaked in 2010 in Washington with 44 catches for 871 yards, but has not come close to duplicating that performance since.

  • by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Cowboys keep WR Armstrong

    The Cowboys and receiver Anthony Armstrong agreed to a new contract according to ProFootballTalk.com.

  • by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Cowboys cut Armstrong

    ESPN reports the Cowboys have released receiver Anthony Armstrong on Wednesday in a salary-cap move.