It was a busy Saturday around the NFL, and the market is now flooded with players looking to latch on with new teams.
We broke down some of the moves made around the AFC North and the ones made by Cleveland's first three opponents in 2015.
- Former Steeler center Doug Legursky was brought into training camp to help fill the void left by the injured Maurkice Pouncey, but he was among the players waived Saturday. Cody Wallace, who is listed as a guard, is expected to start.
- The suspensions of Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant made some of the Steelers' decisions easier Saturday. Bell will be back for Week 3 and Bryant will be back for Week 5.
Take a look at the Cleveland Browns roster as of September 1, 2017.
- LB Vontaze Burfict was placed on the PUP list nine months after undergoing knee surgery.
- Devon Still's heart is still with the Bengals despite his release Saturday.
- The Ravens are looking for a healthy third RB after cutting Terrance Magee and Fitzgerald Toussaint. Lorenzo Taliaferro is injured, leaving Justin Forsett and rookie Buck Allen as the lone healthy options.
- After multiple fumbles during the preseason, returner Asa Jackson was released.
Jets (Sept. 13)
- The Jets cut quarterbacks Matt Flynn and Josh Johnson. As it stands now, that means Ryan Fitzpatrick and rookie Bryce Petty will be on the only QBs on the roster for the season opener vs. Cleveland.
- The Jets likely will be active on the waiver wire, particularly at wide receiver. They kept just five and two are injured.
Titans (Sept. 20)
- Veteran WR Hakeem Nicks was among the Titans' notable cuts.
- Tennessee kept more tight ends (5) than wide receivers (4).
Raiders (Sept. 27)
- Oakland made its biggest moves before the deadline by trading LB Sio Moore and moving on from QB Christian Ponder.
- It looks like Latavius Murray is the man in the backfield, as the Raiders let go of two more RBs to go along with their earlier release of Trent Richardson.