Cutdown Blog: NFC South

To help you keep up to date we’re going to be providing details on all the moves in each divisional page. Keep coming back for each and every player released ...

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Cutdown Blog: NFC South


2013-Div-Cutdown-Blog-NFCSIt’s not as flashy as it’s free agency brother, but “cutday” may be the most frantic for all NFL front offices.

There isn’t another time of the year where they have to be so reactive to every move every team is making, ready to pounce on possible talents who might improve their roster or be worth developing on their practice squad.

To help you keep up to date we’re going to be providing details on all the moves in each divisional page. Keep coming back for each and every player released with stats, snaps and grades on all of them.

Of course this might not be enough for you, in which case you’ll need yourself a PFF Premium Membership.

 

AFC East   |   AFC North   |   AFC South   |   AFC West

NFC East   |   NFC North   |   NFC South   |   NFC West

 

 

Atlanta Falcons

Ronnie Wingo, RB: Was out played by Josh Vaughan and didn’t do enough to challenge special teams contributor Antone Smith. Turned 10 carries into 42 yards and broke just one tackle.

Patrick DiMarco, FB:

Darius Johnson, WR:

Martel Moore, WR:

James Rodgers, WR:

Theo Goins, OL:

Alec Savoie, OL:

Phillipkeith Manley, OL:

Jacques McClendon, OL:

Adam Replogle, DL:

Neal Huynh, DL:

Micanor Regis, DL:

Pat Schiller, LB:

Brian Banks, LB:

Robert James, LB:

Terrence Johnson, DB:

Jordon Mabin, DB:

Charles Mitchell, DB:

Peyton Thompson, DB

Jeremy Shelley, K:

 

Carolina Panthers

Jimmy Clausen, QB: The former 48th overall pick in 2010 has endured a horrid career since falling in the draft. Made a starter before he was ready, he’s witnessed the ascension of Cam Newton into one of the leagues star players and sunk to all new lows with play that was bad even by his standards in preseason. Completed a poor 56% of passes and was well worth the -4.6 grade he was awarded.

Tauren Poole, RB: Had a hard time of things even if he did show an ability to make defenders miss (five tackles). His -5.5 grade was the fourth lowest of all running backs in the preseason.

Brenton Bersin, WR:

David Gettis, WR:

James Shaw, WR:

Taulib Ikharo, WR:

Zack Pianalto, TE:

Dominique Curry, TE:

Garrett Chisolm, OL:

Hayworth Hicks, OL:

Patrick Brown, OL:

Tori Mobley, OL:

Sione Fua, DL:

Casey Walker, DL:

Craig Roh, DL:

Jason Williams, LB:

Doug Hogue, LB:

Ben Jacobs, LB:

D.J. Campbell, DB:

Robert Lester, DB:

Anderson Russell, DB:

Drayton Florence, DB:

 

New Orleans Saints

Ryan Griffin, QB: The Saints will roll into the season with two quarterbacks and Griffin will hope to latch back onto a practice squad. Didn’t embarrass himself on his team leading 63 dropbacks, throwing two touchdowns and completing 54.2% of passes (despite being victimized by six drops). Saints had a long enough look at him that it would suggest they’re not done with him.

Austin Johnson, FB:

Preston Parker, WR:

Saalim Hakim, WR:

Courtney Roby, WR: The long time special teams ace offers little on offense and that was ultimately his undoing. Saw 49 in preseason but caught just the one ball. With Kenny Stills, Nick Toon and Preston Parker having fine outings this was always on the cards.

Keavon Milton, TE:

Mike Higgins, TE:

Elliott Mealer, OL:

Jeremiah Warren, OL:

Marcel Jones, OL:

Isaako Aaitui, DL:

Baraka Atkins, DL/ LB:

Jay Richardson, DL/ LB:

Rufus Johnson, DL/ LB:

Rayford Shipman, LB:

Jericho Nelson, DB:

Jim Leonhard, DB:

Jumal Rolle, DB:

Korey Lindsay, DB:

Chris Carr, DB: 

 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Chris Owusu, WR:

David Douglas, WR:

Jordan Norwood, WR:

Danny Noble, TE:

Cody Wallace, OL:

Jace Daniels, OL:

Mike Remmers, OL:

Roger Allen, OL:

Andre Neblett, DL:

Gary Gibson, DL:

Matthew Masifilo, DL:

Pep Levingston, DL:

Dom DeCicco, LB:

Ka’lial Glaud, LB:

Cody Grimms, DB:

Deveron Carr, DB:

Mason Robinson, DB/RB:

Sean Baker, DB:

Andrew DePaola, LS:

Chas Henry, P:

 

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