GREEN BAY, WI - AUGUST 16: David Sims #36 of the Cleveland Browns returns an interception for a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers during a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 16, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Cleveland Browns' David Sims trying to go from trash to treasure: Terry Pluto | cleveland.com
David Sims still thinks about it -- working on the back of a garbage truck. He is very close to making the Browns as an undrafted free agent. The safety has picked off two passes and impressed the coaches.
Philadelphia Eagles cut-down analysis - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Nickel cornerback Joselio Hanson was cut on this day last year, too, but was immediately brought back at a lower salary. This year, that does not seem likely to happen. This time, it appears rookie Brandon Boykin beat out Hanson for the nickel corner spot, in part because he played well there and in part because of his usefulness as a returner and special-teams player.
Edwards Survives Sleepless Night, Cut-down Day - Birds 24/7
"I wouldn’t have been shocked if the ’215′ area code that called me had been a phone call to turn in my playbook and be told you’re no longer needed," he said. "It’s good to field a call that was asking me to stay here in Philadelphia. That was my whole goal coming into this, and I’m very excited for the future of this season."
Quick Jets Review & Roster Talk
I’m happy to say that Jaiquawn Jarrett was even better on tape than live. Very active game. Only had 2 tackles, but he was right there to make stops on another 5 or 6 plays. That may sound like I’m trying to come up with a positive angle, but this is legit. Jai-Jar was aggressive. He came up quickly vs the run. He was good in the box. He showed some range in coverage.