NFL roster cuts and additions: Recapping the latest news as all 32 teams build their rosters for Week 1

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Just because Saturday's 4 p.m. ET cut deadline has come and gone does not mean that roster action around the NFL slowed down at all on Sunday. Throughout the day, which is exactly one week away from the first full Sunday slate of regular-season games, teams began filling out their practice squads to try and scan the waiver wire to see what available talent was to be had on the open market, which included some notable names.  

Josh Rosen reportedly found his way to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad to sit and learn behind Tom Brady. Meanwhile, Josh McCown came to a rare agreement with the Eagles to remain in Texas and serve as an emergency practice squad quarterback, making him the oldest practice squad player in league history. The Cowboys were also able to get in on the action, bringing back Brandon Carr, who was with the club from 2012-2016, via the taxi squad.

Below, you can check out all the news as it came down in real-time and, additionally, you can keep up with every player cut in our team-by-team tracker as well as all 17 players who were claimed on waivers Sunday.

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Mike Glennon finds his way back to Jacksonville via the practice squad. Originally signed with the club back in May. Good veteran presence behind Gardner Minshew.

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Josh McCown is the oldest practice squad player in NFL history. Literally.

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Interesting add here for Kansas City. Had 679 total yards last year with three touchdowns.

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Best NFL season came back in 2016 after totaling 380 yards from scrimmage as a rookie with Seattle.

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Patriots practice squad is taking shape.

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Linebacker Noah Dawkins among the notable names here. Was with Cincinnati last summer being signing on with Tampa Bay. Now he's back with the Bengals.

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Foster had 541 yards and 3 touchdowns during his rookie season in 2018 but played sparingly last year.

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Great landing spot for Rosen. Gets to sit behind Brady, learn and try to get his NFL career back on track.

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Appeared in just three games for Dallas last year

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Started six games for New York in 2019.

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Patriots may have two kickers on the practice squad to begin the year.

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Brother of Patriots starting RB Sony Michel finds a home on Carolina's practice squad.

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Ogunbowale is an intriguing pass-catching back. Hauled in 35 receptions for 286 yards for the Bucs in 2019.

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Patriots 2020 fifth-round pick head to the practice squad

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Kumerow caught 12 passes for Green Bay last year for 219 yards and a touchdown.

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Hodges started six games (3-3 record) for Pittsburgh last season. Completed 62.5% of his passes for 1,063 yards, five touchdowns, and eight interceptions.

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A young guy I was somewhat high on as a pass-rusher. Could have a future in Seattle.

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The Steelers also are bringing back safety Sean Davis, who was surprisingly cut by Washington this weekend.

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Joshua Dobbs heading back to the Steelers is also an interesting move. Pittsburgh opted to go with Mason Rudolph at quarterback last year. Now Dobbs comes back.

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Wow!

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This is a very intriguing move. Callaway has been a good player when not in trouble. Dolphins had two wideouts opt out.

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Josh Rosen went unclaimed, so he will be a free agent. Former No. 10 overall pick.

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The main reason why Ryan Switzer missed the cut:

September 5, 2020, 9:56 PM
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Steelers aren't the only ones carrying 4 running backs this fall:

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