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NFL Trade Rumors:
Browns waived RB Dennis Johnson. (Nate Ulrich)
Browns promoted WR Tori Gurley off of their practice squad. (Nate Ulrich)
Cowboys placed DL Ben Bass on season-ending injured reserve.
Dolphins signed LB Koa Misi to a four-year contract extension. (NFLTR)
Eagles released CB Brandon Hughes. (Jason La Canfora)
Jets released QB Brady Quinn. (NFLTR)
Jets are expected to re-sign Brady Quinn next week. (NFLTR)
Jets promoted LB Danny Lansanah from the practice squad. (Jets)
Panthers released WR David Gettis with an injury settlement. (Adam Caplan)
Raiders placed LT Jared Veldheer on injured reserve with designation to return. (Ian Rapoport)
Raiders promoted OT Matt McCants from their practice squad. (Jerry McDonald)
Titans placed FB Quinn Johnson on season-ending injured reserve. (Jim Wyatt)
FB Collin Mooney was promoted from the practice squad. (Jim Wyatt)
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