The NFL has released the full list of team training camp locations and start dates.
The five-day Matt Leinart era is apparently over in Buffalo. Leinart tweeted on Friday that he's been cut by the Bills.
Arizona released running back Beanie Wells on Monday, saving $1.5 million in cap room. The 2009 first-round pick was limited to eight games last season but had a solid 2011, running for 1,047 yards and 10 TDs. He's only 24.
The Arizona Cardinals shed roughly seven million dollars in salary for 2013 with Friday's release of veteran linebacker Stewart Bradley and defensive back William Gay. The timing for Bradley couldn't have been worse. Bradley reportedly was in customs, returning from his honeymoon in Australia when he received the news of his release, according to ESPN.
The Philadelphia Eagles have released defensive tackles Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson. Jenkins signed with the Eagles as a free agent in 2011. Patterson was the longest-tenured player on the roster.
The St. Louis Rams released Titus Young on Friday, only 10 days after claiming him off of waivers.
The Buffalo Bills cut cornerback Terrence McGee on Thursday. McGee had been with the team since 2003 when the Bills selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox is unlikely to play again due to concerns over a back injury sustained late in the 2011 season, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The Buffalo Bills aren't wasting any time revamping their defense. The team has reportedly let go of safety George Wilson and linebacker Nick Barnett.
The New York Jets are reportedly planning to release Bart Scott, Calvin Pace and Jason Smith.

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