ESM has you covered as the New York Jets begin the countdown to a 53-man roster in time for their Week 1 tilt against Buffalo.
Cuts have begun for the New York Jets, as the team begins to officially form a 53-man roster upon the conclusion of training camp. ESM has you updated on whose green dreams end, if only temporarily for some, as the 4 p.m. Saturday deadline for a gameday approaches
(Cuts are confirmed by the Jets unless otherwise noted)
(*-added to the practice squad)
RB Pete Guerriero
The Monmouth alum was on and off the Jets’ training roster, most recently brought back in on Tuesday. He ran for 1,995 yards last season in Long Branch, leading all backs in Football Championship Subdivision after starting his football journey at Lyndhurst High School.
LB James Burgess
One of the earliest cuts may turn out to be one of the more surprising ones. The veteran Burgess rose to the occasion when injuries struck the linebacking corps, and he earned a team-best 80 tackles as well as his first career interception and safety. (Adam Schefter)
This list will be updated pending further developments (LAST UPDATE: 5:10 p.m. EST)
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