15 NFL players released today that would be a great addition to any team
So many great players were released today, but I wanted to pick out 15 players I loved when breaking down film that feel should get another shot tomorrow. Maybe they will be signed by a practice squad, maybe to a 53 man roster. Either way, let’s showcase15 players I love who should be on a team tomorrow.
Jimmy Morrissey, C, Las Vegas Raiders – The former PIttsburgh Panthers center is a beast. He was one of the best centers in the country. The Raiders released him but he can be a huge addition to many teams. I hope he is claimed. He was actually drafted by the Raiders this year.
Mason Kinsey, WR, Tennesee Titans – I watched this kid for years at Berry College. The D3 standout was a beast in the preseason and was released today. He should be on a team and can add depth on special teams.
Thomas Graham, CB, Chicago Bears – I do not know what the Bears are doing. Graham is a solid cornerback and there are so many teams that can use depth here. Graham was a draft pick in the 2021 NFL Draft who can come in and compete right now.
Krisitan Wilkerson, WR, New England Patriots – He is one of my favorite players. He has been a sleeper for years. He has great hands and was one of Mac Jones favorite wide receivers. The Patriots want him back, but trust me there will be other suitors.
Brett Heggie, OC/OG, New York Giants – I may be a homer, but this kid is the real deal. He suffered several injuries at the University of Florida, but was a dominating force for Kyle Trask and the Gators. I love his film, he is one of my favorites.
Jimmy Moreland, CB, Washington Football Team – He can start right now for you, if you need depth at the cornerback position, you take this kid. He is a gamer, and is feisty. I think he could be a starter for several teams.
Emmanuel Rugamba, CB, Cleveland Browns – I loved this kid’s film at Miami (OH), but he has been a gamer since his days at Iowa. I want this kid in Buffalo, I hope they can find a way to get him on their practice squad. He is a beast.
Tommy Kraemer, OL Detroit Lions – Kraemer was considered a top offensive lineman in the 2021 NFL season before suffering an injury. I think he is still a top young prospect and should get another shot. I would take him on my team.
Cre’Von LeBlanc, CB, Miami Dolphins – Since his college days this kid plays with a chip on his shoulder. He has bounced around the league, but he is a gamer. If you are in need of a nickel cornerback, this kid is the answer. He can come in right now and compete.
RJ Prince, OT, New England Patriots – I am putting him on this list, even though he was cut right after the Patriots final game. Prince is the most athletic offensive tackle I have ever scouted. He is a 6’6, 316-pound offensive tackle that can hit a split. He has never suffered an injury, someone needs him on their practice squad.
Shaun Beyer, TE, Denver Broncos – The Iowa tight end may not be the biggest or strongest, but he is reliable. The former Hawkeye was on a stacked Broncos roster, and I feel he can be a legit tight-end prospect moving forward.
Quincy Roche, DE/LB, Pittsburgh Steelers – If you are looking for a sound pass rusher and a great kid. Roche is the guy. I had the time of my life when I sat down with the former Hurricanes pass rusher. I would love to see him back in Buffalo with Rousseau.
Kenny Yeboah, TE, New York Jets – I do not know what the Jets are doing. They traded Chris Herndon, and cut Daniel Brown and Yeboah. Yeboah is a player that showed flashes in the pre-season. I think he could be a great addition.
Kyle Hinton, OG, Minnesota Vikings – Hinton is a mauler. I love his film. If you are looking for a kid that will try to kill you, Hinton is the guy. He had some solid film coming out of college. He could be a great fit in Jacksonville.
Danny Johnson, CB, Washington Football Team – Danny Johnson can help you in several phases. The return man and shutdown corner has great film in college. He is a long kid with good ball skills. He could be a great addition to a young team looking for depth.