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|Current Player Ranking: 172|
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|01/22/2010||Matt Prater, K DEN|
Laurent Robinson, WR JAC
Josh Scobee, K JAC
Benjamin Watson, TE NO
Vince Young, QB GB
|Neil Rackers, K WAS|
Michael Turner, RB ATL
Kellen Winslow, TE NYJ
|01/15/2010||Jermichael Finley, TE GB||Ahmad Bradshaw, RB IND|
|02/10/2009||Mewelde Moore, RB IND|
Steve Smith, WR BAL
|Terrell Owens, WR SEA|
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Cut-day wrap-up: Tuna's blunders, bungling Broncos, QB youth
Watching a couple of his draft picks fail proves that Bill Parcells isn't infallible. Pete Prisco also takes a look at the youth movement among QBs and the Broncos making a mess out of a trade in his cut-day wrap-up.
Rams' Bradford to start, two other Heisman winners cut
On a day 2008 Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford found out he'll be the starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, Heisman winners Matt Leinart and Troy Smith found themselves looking for new teams.
2010 Draft Prep: Stereotypes you should ignore
Is an elite tight end as good as having another No. 1 receiver? Does the "starting" running back really matter? Our Jamey Eisenberg tries his best to clear up some misperceptions you may carry into Draft Day.
Anderson starts, Leinart plays in Cards' win
Max Hall, the undrafted rookie from BYU completed 7 of 9 passes for 126 yards and scored on a 6-yard run in the Cardinals' 20-10 victory Thursday night over a Washington Redskins team made up almost entirely of reserves.
L.J.'s touchdown pushes 'Skins past sluggish Jets
Mark Sanchez connected with Dustin Keller for a 10-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter, capping a 15-play drive that gave New York a lead before Washington came back to win a snoozer 16-11 on Friday night.