All across the country, general managers are making difficult decisions. At some point, most veterans will reach a point where their production does not warrant their salary cap figure. With roster bonuses due through February and March, it's common to see veterans cut loose with 2-3 weeks to go before free agency kicks off on March 10th.
Below are the most recent cuts with the players 2014 performance.
Kansas City Chiefs - Release Anthony Fasano, TE. 25 receptions, 226 yards, 4 TD's. Age 30
Jacksonville Jaguars - Release Will Blackmon, CB. 30 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble. 8 games. Age 30
San Diego Chargers - Release Jeromey Clary, OG. Missed 2014 season. Age 31
St Louis Rams - Release Kendall Langford, OT. 16 games, 4 starts. Age 29
Detroit Lions - Release Reggie Bush. RB. 76 carries, 297 yards, 2 TD's. 40 receptions, 253 yards. Age 29
Baltimore Ravens - Release Jacoby Jones, WR. 9 receptions, 131 yards, 0 TD;s. Age 30
San Diego Chargers - Release Jarret Johnson, OLB. 51 tackles, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble. Age 33
New York Giants - Release Peyton Hillis, RB. 26 carries, 115 yards, 0 TD. Age 29
Green Bay Packers - Release A.J Hawk, OLB. 89 tackles, 0-5 sacks. Age 31
New York Giants - Release Mathias Kiwanuka, DE. 28 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles. Age 31
Arizona Cardinals - Release Ted Ginn, WR. 14 receptions, 190 yards, 0 TD.Age 29
Cincinnati Bengals - Release Mike Pollak. OG 14 games, 6 starts. Age 30
Green Bay Packers - Release Brad Jones. ILB 18 tackles. Age 28
Arizona Cardinals - Release Larry Foote. ILB. 83 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 interception. Age 34
Philadelphia Eagles - Release James Casey, TE. 3 receptions, 59 yards, 2 touchdowns. Age 30
There isn't a great deal of talent out there to be perfectly honest, they have been cut for a reason. I always liked A.J Hawk, but he's been pretty horrible the last two years. Larry Foote had the best production in 2014, but he's chasing down 35 years of age now.
Do any of these players interest you?