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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 31, 2012 at 7:17 PM

How did the Huskies fare on cutdown day?

Today was the deadline for NFL teams to cut their rosters to the opening day limit of 53.

And a few former Huskies unfortunately got the tough call to turn in their playbooks and all that (watch Hard Knocks this week if you want to see how brutal that process can be for everyone involved).

From what I can see (mostly from looking here) those who got cut today were Devin Aguilar (Tennessee Titans); Dorson Boyce (Washington Redskins); Jermaine Kearse (Seattle Seahawks); Isaiah Stanback (New York Giants); and Everrette Thompson (Arizona Cardinals). UPDATE — And since I first published this I see that Stanley Daniels has been cut by the Browns. So I’ve moved his name here from the list below.

So from what I can tell, here are the Huskies currently on rosters:

OT Khalif Barnes, Oakland Raiders
LB Donald Butler, San Diego Chargers
LB Mason Foster, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
S Dashon Goldson, San Francisco 49ers
WR D’Andre Goodwin, Denver Broncos (on injured reserve)
OL Senio Kelemete, Arizona Cardinals
QB Jake Locker, Tennessee Titans
RB Chris Polk, Philadelphia Eagles
FB Marcel Reece, Oakland Raiders
DT Alameda Ta’amu, Pittsburgh Steelers
DE Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The big story there is probably Polk, who indeed made the Eagles as a free agent, one of five running backs the team kept.

And I should probably add that cut players can be re-signed to practice squads (some, anyway) and/or claimed by other teams. But for Friday night, this is how it stands from what I can gather.

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