NFL cut-down day tracker: Roundup of some of the notable moves
Aug 30, 2014 at 12:12p ET
Michael Sam was released by St. Louis on a busy day in the NFL. Some players will be handing in their playbooks, and some will be doing happy dances because they get to stay on an NFL roster.
Here's the quick rundown of what's happened so far. Check back and refresh this page for updates:
The Jets waived WR Stephen Hill, a source told FOX Sports 1 NFL insider Mike Garafolo. Hill was picked before Bears WR Alshon Jefferey, in case you were wondering.
Former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron was placed on the reserve/NFI list and will not be able to practice for the next six weeks. The decision stems from an injury suffered in college or outside football
The Philadelphia Eagles have released 19 players, including kicker Alex Henery. Also among those released were cornerbacks Curtis Marsh and Roc Carmichael, both of whom were on the 2013 roster, running backs Matthew Tucker and Henry Josey, and wide receiver Damaris Johnson.
Michael Sam will not be on the 53-man roster as multiple sources are reporting he has been cut.
Seattle gave up on its experiment with Terrelle Pryor.
Wide receiver Kris Durham has been cut. The Georgia product caught 38 balls for 490 yards last season.