Future Hall of Fame cornerback Champ Bailey, who was sidelined for most of the 2013 season, has been informed he will be released, CBSSports.com has learned.
The Lions cut YouTube sensation Havard 'Kickalicious' Rugland on Tuesday.
On Tuesday we saw NFL teams cut their rosters down to 75 players. Here is a sampling of some of the notable cuts.
The San Diego Chargers have reportedly reached a three-year deal with former Dallas tight end John Phillips. Phillips had been with the Cowboys since being taken in the sixth round of the 2009 draft.
The Tennessee Titans have signed former Bills guard Andy Levitre to a long-term deal, according to reports. Levitre is widely considered the top offensive guard in the 2013 free-agency class. He will replace All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson, who announced his retirement Tuesday.
The Percy Harvin-to-Seattle-trade that went down Monday continues to affect players from both teams.
The free-agent market for cornerbacks continues to get better and better.
Former Steelers linebacker James Harrison could have remained in Pittsburgh if he had been willing to accept a 30 percent pay cut, according to a report.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco voiced support for Anquan Boldin on Saturday. Boldin has reportedly told the Ravens that he has no intention of taking a pay cut to remain in Baltimore next season and Flacco believes that's what Boldin should do.
The Cardinals released wide receiver Early Doucet on Saturday. The move will save the team a reported $1.7 million in cap space.

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