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Looking at the 21 cuts..

 Jon Abbate FB 5-11 245 Wake Forest
 Shane Boyd QB 6-1 232 Kentucky
 Alex Brink QB 6-2 208 Washington St.
 Kevis Coley LB 6-1 228 Southern Miss.
 Rosevelt Colvin DE 6-3 250 Purdue
 Glenn Earl S 6-1 215 Notre Dame
 Greg Eslinger C 6-3 292 Minnesota
 Jamar Fletcher CB 5-10 180 Wisconsin
 Darnell Jenkins WR 5-10 188 Miami (Fla.)
 Ryan Krause TE 6-3 244 Neb. – Omaha
 Gabe Long DT 6-3 290 Utah
 Anthony Maddox DT 6-1 305 Delta St.
 LeRon McCoy WR 6-1 219 Indiana (Pa.)
 Ben Moffitt LB 6-2 245 South Florida
 Jesse Nading DE 6-5 258 Colorado St.
 Derrick Roberson CB 5-10 185 Rutgers
 Marcel Shipp RB 5-11 224 Massachusetts
 Mark Simmons WR 5-10 187 Kansas
 Torrin Tucker T 6-6 315 Southern Miss.
 Darius Walker RB 5-11 205 Notre Dame
 Dexter Wynn CB 5-9 175 Colorado St.

Looking at the list, my initial reaction was not to elaborate. I noticed that Tim Bulman and Frank Okam pushed ahead of Anthony Maddox, who was cut after having a sack and an interception in Thursday’s game. Also, the release of Roosevelt Colvin was a suprise. He was a fairly meaningful off season addition and I fully expect to see Colvin be signed by another team shortly. I didn’t fully agree with the cut of Mark Simmons (WR from Kansas), but then again, we already have a small, quick receiver with Derek Anderson. Finally, I was a bit torn when I saw that Darius Walker had been cut. Darius has the potential to be a decent back up in the NFL and don’t be suprised for him to be added back to the roster if Chris Brown is cut.