Morning Headlines: Recapping Biggest Moves from NFL Cutdown Friday

Aug 30, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; Detroit Lions quarterback Kellen Moore (17) drops back to pass during the fourth quarter of a preseason game against the Buffalo Bills at Ford Field. Mandatory Credit: Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE

 

 

Former Boise State QB and NCAA all-time wins leader Kellen Moore sticks with Lions.

 

Rookie RB Terrance Ganaway among Jets’ final cuts.

 

The Browns traded safety David Sims to the Eagles.

 

Backup QB Josh Johnson gets dropped by the 49ers.

 

Vikings acquired CB A.J. Jefferson from the Cardinals.

 

Giants place CB Terrell Thomas and DT Shaun Rogers on the injured reserve list.

 

Rams defensive tackle Michael Brockers could be sidelined for the first month of his rookie season after suffering a high-ankle sprain in the first quarter of Thursday night’s preseason finale against the Baltimore Ravens.

 

The Cardinals have chosen to go with third-year QB John Skelton as their opening-day starter.

 

OC Jay Gruden said that TE Jermaine Gresham remains a key piece of the Bengals’ blocking scheme.

 

Steelers RB Jonathan Dwyer‘s preseason emergence could push projected starter Isaac Redman into more of a short-yardage, third-down role.

 

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Topics: Kellen Moore, Michael Brockers, NFL Draft, NFL News, Preseason, Terrance Ganaway

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