Survivors of the NFL’s Terrible Swift Sword

by Ben Goldfarb on September 1, 2013

in Penn State Football, Sports

NFLSince you didn’t ask, here are the Penn State survivors of cut-down Saturday, the day on which all but 53 ballers on each NFL team get to turn in their playbooks.

Arizona Bishops – Levi Brown

Atlanta Falcoons – Andrew Szczerba (IR)

Baltimore Cravens – A.Q. Shipley

Chicago Bores – Robbie Gould

Cincinnati Bungles – Devon Still

Dallas Homeboys – Sean Lee

Green Bay Peckers – Andrew Quarless

Jacksonville Jag-wires – Brett Brackett and Paul Posluszny

KC Jefes – Tamba Hali

Miami Fins – Jared Odrick and Cameron Wake

Minnesota Vikes – Gerald Hodges and Michael Mauti

New York Jints – Dan Conner

Oakland Black Holers – Jack Crawford, Matt McGloin, and Stefen Wisniewski

Yinzburgh Stillers – Derek Moye

San Diego Chardonnays – Rich Ornberger and Johnnie Troutman

San Francisco 48ers and I’ll owe you one – NaVorro Bowman and Nate Stupar

Seattle Seaturkeys - Jordan Hill

Washington Injuns – Evan Royster

Notable multi-year veterans released on waivers:  Bryan Scott (11), Bills; Aaron Maybin (5), Bungles; Chaz Powell (2), Peckers; Dennis Landolt (4), Jets; Deon Butler (5), Chargers; Michael Robinson (8), Seahawks; Josh Hull (4), Rams; Jordan Norwood (5), Bucs; and Tim Shaw (7), Titans.

rd September 4, 2013 at 8:59 pm

Richard Sherman has some interesting comments about his former teammate, Michael Robinson.

The Nittany Turkey September 5, 2013 at 1:05 am

Very thoughtful and sensitive article, particularly from an NFLer. It’s a cruel, cruel business. Just ask “Spice” Adams, Former NFL Free Agent.


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