"Cut day," as it's affectionately (or not so affectionately) known, is one of the most intriguing, frustrating, disappointing and unpredictable days of the NFL season.
Media members and fans spend hours scratching out final rosters, rarely getting them exactly right (especially after waiver claims).
The Indianapolis Colts today waived the following players: OLB-Daniel Adongo, S-Larry Asante, C-Thomas Austin, CB-Marshay Green, DE-Lawrence Guy, QB-Chandler Harnish, FB-Robert Hughes, T-Ben Ijalana, TE-Dominique Jones, WR-Jeremy Kelley, LB-Josh McNary, DT-Drake Nevis, CB-Sheldon Price, WR-Jabin Sambrano, WR-Lanear Sampson, LB-Monte Simmons, T-Bradley Sowell, NT-Martin Tevaseu and T-Lee Ziemba.
The team also waived-injured T-Emmett Cleary, LB-Shawn Loiseau and CB-Daxton Swanson. If Cleary, Loiseau and Swanson clear waivers, they will revert to the Colts Injured Reserve list.
With the cutting of RB Kerwynn Williams and claiming of TE Jack Doyle just a day later, the Colts' final roster seems set (although that's not ensured).
While most of the final roster isn't surprising, there are a few players that seemed to get the short end of the stick when the cuts were announced and a few that many fans saw as head-scratchers on the final roster.
So who was snubbed and who surprised? Why did they make, or not make, the final roster?