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NFL cuts hit SU Alums...

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Rams released Quinn Ojinnaka.

Colts released Taj Smith.

Titans released Adam Terry.

Bucs waived Derrell Smith.

Dolphins released Will Allen.

Panthers released Tony Fiammetta.

Chargers waived Curtis Brinkley.
 
Too bad about Taj. Hope another team claims him- he had an exceptional preseason.
 
Taj had been having some nice games recently. Little surprised to see him get cut, especially after his play on special teams last year.
 
Colts have made questionable moves last few years
 
Will Allen cut by the Dolphins.
Will has had a nice run in the NFL and if he is truly recovered from his injuries it's possible that some team will pick him up.
 
Surprised by Taj, too. From what I saw of their last preseason game he seemed to make some nice catches and make some decent ocntributions. Thought for sure he wasn't going to be cut and was excited to see if he could even get some play in the meaningful games. Too bad.
 
The Bears only have 1 spot left on the practice squad so it doesn't look like Mike Holmes will be re-signing with them.
 
Too bad about Taj. Hope another team claims him- he had an exceptional preseason.
I wish Taj would have his agent set him up with another team at the start of pre-season. Find a team that has a little less depth than the Colts at WR. He has been there for what, four years?, trying to catch on... try somewhere else at the start...
 

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