With the final NFL cuts come and gone, we have a ton of names that are now free agents.
There will be plenty of players that get another shot elsewhere instantly. Some names such as Brandon Meriweather have already been signed by other teams.
Then you have those players that may never see another NFL roster.
These are usually veteran players that are past their prime or those journeymen that have run out of chances.
Here are seven names that will have a hard time finding a new job.
After a lackluster stay in Buffalo and an almost nonexistent stay in Jacksonville, Trent Edwards landed in Oakland.
He was going to have the chance to earn a roster spot as Jason Campbell's back up. That didn't pan out so well for Edwards.
Oakland cut him on the 3rd and he is once again a free agent.
Edwards may have finally run out of chances. Especially at the quarterback position, if you show time and time again that you aren't ready for the NFL level, you won't find yourself getting many calls.
Edwards may have one chance left with a quarterback desperate team, but most likely we have seen the last of him.
Another veteran quarterback whose well of chances may have just run dry.
Josh McCown was on his fourth team with the San Francisco 49ers. However, with Alex Smith and rookie Colin Kaepernick on the roster, it left a limited amount of room.
McCown has had several chances around the NFL and never been able to be anything more than a decent back up.
Like with Edwards, these chances are limited.
Young talent with more upside will start claiming more roster spots leaving very few chances for quarterbacks like McCown.
The Rhodes Scholar lost his spot on the Tennessee Titans over the weekend.
Rolle's draft value wasn't too high as he wasn't taken until the 6th round in the 2010 draft. Rolle's academic accomplishments were talked more about than his football abilities.
He wasn't expected to have a huge impact, but he saw zero time during his rookie year.
It is likely with all of Rolle's other accomplishments -- like opening a free health care services clinic in the Bahamas or the "Emerging Scholars Project" -- will become the main focuses in his life.
Rolle has tons of potential just not on the football field.
Nathan Vasher looked to be a budding star in his first two years in the league.
He had 13 total interceptions in his first two seasons with the Chicago Bears. Then slowly but surely he regressed to a backup.
Vasher ended up with the Lions in 2010 where he was less than impressive.
Now 29, it is likely the end of the road is in sight for Vasher's career.
It is only a matter of time before his physical skills begin depleting. If he can't prove that he has the ability to be a productive cornerback in this league, he will be gone.
The NFL is a "what have you done for me lately" league and lately Vasher hasn't done very much.
Veteran kicker Shayne Graham has made his way around the league.
He spent most of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals, but moved on in 2009. He started 2010 with the Giants and then finished the season with the New England Patriots after Stephen Gostkowski went down.
Graham signed with the Cowboys in hopes of trying to take over the spot as their kicker.
Unfortunately for Graham, he didn't make the roster.
Now 33, he is likely on the back end of his career. While kickers have a longer shelf life than most, Graham is going to start becoming a desperation option.
While there are worse kickers to have, it is likely that we won't see Shayne Graham as anyone's kicker unless they are out of other options.
Tommie Harris is another talent that came out of the gate as a rookie with limitless potential.
Harris was considered to be one of the most promising, young defensive tackles in the league. He was the star of a very impressive Chicago Bears defensive line.
Harris' production steadily declined year by year, however.
Finally, the Bears decided to let go of him in 2010. Normally you see players like Harris get multiple chances simply because they have proven that they can be productive in the past.
However, after working out for the Patriots and getting a shot with the Colts, Harris is once again a free agent.
There is clearly something that Harris has lost along the way that is repelling teams. Even at only 28, it is likely that Harris may be running out of real chances to hold down a roster spot.
There aren't many NFL players that have fallen harder than Larry Johnson.
Johnson scored 46 touchdowns over the course of three years. He was Priest Holmes' replacement in Kansas City and appeared to be a great one.
Then, after 17 touchdowns in 2006, he only scored 3 in 2007 and 5 in 2008. Since then he hasn't had a rushing touchdown.
While it looked like things were more than over for Johnson coming in to 2011, he got another chance with the Miami Dolphins.
The Dolphins lost Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams this offseason. They were looking for depth behind rookie Daniel Thomas and Reggie Bush.
However, it appears that Larry Johnson is not the answer.
This is likely the end of the road for Johnson. At 31 he has had a lot of miles put on those legs over the year and it is clear his skills are severely diminished.
A tough fall for a guy who was once considered to be one of the best running backs in the league.