A day after he was cut, rookie Raiders quarterback Tyler Wilson might be returning to Oakland.
The Jets released QB Greg McElroy but kept four other quarterbacks on the 53-man roster: Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez, Matt Simms and Graham Harrell.
On Saturday, the Chargers released WR Robert Meachem after one unproductive 2012 season, and a mostly unimpressive 2013 preseason.
Almost 700 NFL players will be out of a job by Saturday at 6 p.m. ET when NFL teams are required to cut their rosters down to 53 players.
The Steelers released Jonathan Dwyer Saturday, eight days after they traded for former Cowboys first-rounder-turned-castoff Felix Jones.
QB John Skelton joined the ranks of the unemployed Saturday when he was waived by the Bengals.
And then there was one. Specifically, only one Jets quarterback from last season's active roster remains after the team cut Greg McElroy.
Two and a half years after using a first-round pick on Danny Watkins to bolster the offensive line, the Eagles waived the former Baylor standout and one-time firefighter.
On Saturday, the Patriots became the second team in six months to part ways with Tim Tebow. But could things have been different if he had stayed with the Jets?
Punter Zoltan Mesko wasn't the biggest name to be released by the Patriots Saturday, but he we want to mention him because of his peculiar affinity for chihuahuas and Speedos.

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