Found August 27, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
The mandatory roster cuts are in for the Steelers, as required by the NFL. Teams had to have their lists into the league by this afternoon but the Steelers have a practice today until 3:45 today so they likely spent Sunday making the final decisions and then letting the players know this morning. Final auditions for many players came in the Buffalo game this past Saturday night As reported by Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the following received a visit from the “Turk” and are released from the squad. Daniel Hrapmann – PK Myron Rolle – S Mortty Ivy – LB – waived injured Ryan Baker – LB Mike Blanc – DL Paul Cox – WR Andre Freeman – CB Matt Katula – LS Jamie McCoy – TE Walter McFadden – CB Justin Peelle – TE Kyle Jolly – OL Juamorris Stewart – WR Kade West – DL Jimmy Young – WR There’s no real surprises usually, in the first round. These are players who didn’t show much in training camp or were in a situation of an already established position and honestly d
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