Well, Saturday was a big day. NFL teams got their rosters down to 53 players. Some were surprise moves and others were expected. There are news from the NFL for the Cardinals, as the announcement came that tackle Bobby Massie would be suspended two games to start the season.
Here are the stories you might have missed.
Cardinals Blogs | Analyzing the initial 53-man roster
But for now, here’s some of the highlights to Saturday’s choices:
Cardinals Make Final Roster Cuts
Shaughnessy, Kerwynn Williams among those released as Cardinals get to 53
Arizona Cardinals are built to win now with Carson Palmer, Bruce Arians
When his relationship with quarterback Carson Palmer began 2½ years ago, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians likened the pairing to two old cowboys riding toward sunset in the desert.
Arizona Cardinals tackle Bobby Massie suspended 2 games; no surprises among final cuts
There were no surprises among the 23 personnel moves the Cardinals made on Saturday to reach the roster limit of 53 by the NFL deadline.
2015 NFL roster cuts tracker: Teams make final cuts to 53-man roster - SBNation.com
Catch up on all the moves right here.
Tim Tebow and Darnell Dockett are among the most notable cuts as teams trimmed to the regular season limit of 53 players on Saturday.
Jarryd Hayne made it on the San Francisco 49ers' regular season roster, surviving the final round of roster cuts.
The former Ohio State quarterback has made the Browns.
The veteran wideout won't team up with Tom Brady.
Tim Tebow didn't get beat out for the Eagles' third-string job: Chip Kelly simply thought he wasn't good enough for it and hopes a better player comes available.
The move saves Buffalo more than $4 million.
Devon Still was carried on the Bengals practice squad during the 2014 season to help him pay his daughter's medical bills.
Robert Griffin III will reportedly stay in Washington as a backup to Kirk Cousins.
Robert Kurtzke will no longer serve as the NFL's independent neurologist after switching his decision to clear Robert Griffin III.