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NFL teams have to be down to final 53-man rosters by 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, and our reporters are .
We’re compiling the full list of cuts for every team, along with surprise moves and what they mean. Click the links after each team — sorted alphabetically as their cuts become official — to view the full posts.
Note: This file will be updated throughout the day.
: The interesting move was the Ravens only keeping three running backs. It wouldn’t be a surprise if the Ravens upgraded at this position and picked up a running back who was cut Saturday. .
: Shortly before the NFL’s 4 p.m. deadline for cuts, the Bills acquired wide receiver/return specialist Kaelin Clay in a trade from the Carolina Panthers. .
: The roster includes veteran place-kicker Graham Gano and rookie kicker Harrison Butker. Both have been the subject of trade talk, so look for the organization to find a home for one. .
: The Bengals finally picked their kicker, going with veteran Randy Bullock over rookie fifth-rounder Jake Elliott. .
: In going with rookie DeShone Kizer and second-year players Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan, the Browns have committed to youth. .
: Cooper Rush, an undrafted rookie free agent, is set to be the backup to Dak Prescott. Kellen Moore was released Saturday but could rejoin the Cowboys as soon as Sunday. .
: Antwione Williams entered training camp looking like the team’s No. 3 linebacker and the starter at SAM when the defense would be in base sets. A month later, he’s out of a job. .
: The Jaguars still think highly enough of third-stringer Brandon Allen to keep him on the active roster rather than expose him to other teams by trying to get him on the practice squad. .
: Linebacker Tamba Hali won’t be available to the Chiefs for at least the first six games of the season as he was left on the physical-unable-to-perform list. .
: Incumbent safety Dwight Lowery was in a tight competition with Tre’ Boston for the starting free safety job, and the Chargers chose youth over experience. .
: There were no major surprises among Miami’s cuts. But it is notable that the team is moving on from a trio of players from its 2016 draft class. .
: The Giants went with the more talented Geno Smith at backup quarterback after a preseason filled with ups and downs. The former Jets second-round pick started slowly in his comeback from a torn ACL. .
: The Eagles have decided to carry five running backs — for now. Rookie fourth-round pick Donnel Pumphrey did not have a strong summer, however. .
: Trading receiver Sammie Coates to the Cleveland Browns for a swap of late-round picks highlighted the Steelers’ wideout depth and showed a team pushing for last-minute value. .
: Jeremy Kerley, the team’s most productive receiver in 2016, never really produced in training camp or in the preseason, and he was cut. .
: The Bucs parted ways with rookie running back Jeremy McNichols. His struggles grasping the Bucs’ offense and in pass protection were well-documented on “Hard Knocks.” .
: Placing receiver Tajae Sharpe, who re-injured his surgically repaired right foot Thursday at Kansas City, on injured reserve was the only move that can truly be considered a surprise. .