Players with Alabama ties cut after NFL's first mandatory roster reduction

NFL teams cut their rosters from 90 to 75 Tuesday afternoon. Several players from Auburn, Alabama and Troy lost their pro positions.

Former Alabama cornerback Deion Belue and guard/center Antoine Caldwell were cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Linebacker Jerrell Harris was let go by the Denver Broncos.

Former Auburn guard John Sullen was released by the New York Giants.

Four Troy players were waived-wide receivers Eric Thomas, Deon Anthony and Wilson Van Hooser. Offensive tackle James Brown is the fourth.

Defensive End Kendrick Adams was a standout at Enterprise High School. He is no longer with the Tennessee Titans.

Teams must cut down to 53 players by 3 p.m. CDT on Saturday.


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