Rogers (knee) was released by the 49ers on Tuesday. Rogers tore his ACL prior to the 2016 season, which resulted in him failing to make his NFL debut. He was hoping to return for offseason activities but was ultimately released by the team as the result of a failed physical.
Rogers (knee) is progressing through rehab and expects to be ready for offseason team activities, Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports. Rogers tore his ACL early in training camp last season, but he's been recovering steadily. A return, at least in part, for offseason workouts means he'll likely be a full go come training camp in 2017, where he'll look to hold onto a roster spot as a depth receiver and special teams player.
The Cowboys announced Tuesday they released wide receiver Anthony Amos, tight end Colin Cochart, guard Dennis Godfrey, wide receiver Jared Green, linebacker Deon Lacey, kicker Brett Maher, wide receiver Eric Rogers, quarterback Nick Stephens and cornerback Brandon Underwood.