NFL roster cuts: 32 things to know, from the Raiders’ wild day to the Steelers’ QB decision

On Saturday, all 32 NFL teams trimmed their rosters from up to 90 players to a maximum of 53 players, which means thousands of NFL players lost their jobs. To call Saturday a busy day in the NFL would be an understatement. It’s chaos.

With so many players on the move at the exact same time, it can be difficult to sort through the chaos, but we’re to make it just a bit easier. You can see a full list of roster cuts here, but if you prefer to skip straight to the highlights, keep on scrolling. 

Below, you’ll find the 32 takeaways — one for each team — from roster cuts day, from the monster Khalil Mack trade to the Bills‘ decision to cut Corey Coleman to veterans like Brian Robison and Michael Johnson getting cut. 

Let’s get to it.

1. Arizona Cardinals

One member of the Cardinals‘ 2018 draft class won’t be sticking around for the regular season. The Cardinals decided to cut sixth-round pick Chris Campbell, a cornerback out of Penn St. Additionally, the Cardinals also parted ways with Scooby Wright, who appeared in 13 games over the past two seasons.

2. Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons cut safety Ron Parker,

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