The NFL's dreaded cutdown day has come once again for the league's fringe players, which means it's time for each franchise to trim its roster to the 53-man maximum.
Teams had until 4 p.m. ET Sunday to pare their squads to the final number.
These are not what one would call "good times."
Most of the players cut came into camp knowing their chances of making the final roster were small. Undrafted free agents, camp bodies who have been through this process before and former draft picks who flamed out adorn rosters on the margins, hoping possibly to latch on with a club's practice squad.
With the NFL increasing the practice squad sizes to 10 players, as many as 320 of the guys cut could still wind up with a solid paycheck. (Practice squad players, assuming they're on the team all season, can make a solid six figures.)
That said, for many more, their dreams will be dashed. And not only that, but every August comes with one or two cuts no one saw coming. The likes of Antoine Winfield, Drayton Florence and Michael Robinson were shown the door last season.
Who joined that unenviable list this year? Read on to see the cut list for all 32 teams.
All cuts are via NFL.com