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Official Cut Thread

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$20 says the panthers sign Hanson

You are probably right because he sucks but not as bad as the capt

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So, help me out. Are players that are cut immediately available to any and all teams or is there some type of waiver order?

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So, help me out. Are players that are cut immediately available to any and all teams or is there some type of waiver order?

There are plenty of nerds on here who think that they are Adam Shefter so you should be able to get an answer fairly quick.

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Joe Person just now reporting the Van Bergen cut. Smh

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Tutu is cut, sounds like we may keep edwards...

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So, help me out. Are players that are cut immediately available to any and all teams or is there some type of waiver order?

If they're vets they become FAs. If they're rooks or have only a limited amount of time in the league, then they're waived. The order in which they can be claimed is the same as the draft. Worst to first.

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Joe Person just now reporting the Van Bergen cut. Smh

He's on the ball like usual, I see.

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Reed just said he thinks the Panthers are interested in Hanson.

Person sucks so bad he can't even make an obvious statement like this one, lol!!!

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Joe Person just now reporting the Van Bergen cut. Smh

Do you really fault the guy for not reporting it before Van Bergen himself knew?

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