It's the roughest time of year in the NFL.
What's next for Tebow?
Tim Tebow, New England Patriots quarterback: The Patriotsdecided they were better off with just two quarterbacks on their roster and a developmental quarterback possibly going to the practice squad. It's hard to imagine Tebow getting a better chance to keep his career going. It's quite possible this is the end for him.
Antoine Winfield, Seattle Seahawks cornerback: This is why we said the Seahawks have the deepest roster in the league. It was reported early in the day that Winfield would be cut, then Jay Glazer of FoxSports.com reported that the 14-year NFL veteran would retire. He'll go down as one of the most underrated cornerbacks of his generation.
NFL roster cut tracker
Teams had until 6 p.m. ET on Saturday to reduce their rosters to a maximum of 53 players. Who was cut?
Brandon Bogotay and Shayne Graham, Cleveland Browns kicker: It's not often that a team has no kickers on the roster. We're going to go ahead and predict that changes before Week 1.
Marvin Austin, David Carr and Ryan Torain, New York Giants: Austin lasted just two years after being drafted in the second round. Torain looked like a potential backup after Andre Brown's injury. Brown made the team. Carr could land elsewhere. Wide receiver Ramses Barden also was placed on injured reserve. Mike Patterson made the team.
Andre Carter and Joselio Hanson, Oakland Raiders: These two veterans were let go, while four quarterbacks, including undrafted rookie Matt McGloin, were kept. The team still has two punters, which won't last.
Austin Collie, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver: The former Indianapolis Colt didn't make the team, but at least he stayed healthy in camp.
Tony Moeaki, Kansas City Chiefs tight end: He once flashed serious potential, but he hasn't been able to stay healthy. He was waived/injured.
Cody Grimm, Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety: Russ' son gave up a lot of big plays in the Bucs' now-crowded secondary.
Jermaine Cunningham and Zoltan Mesko, New England Patriots: Mesko has been one of the better punters in the league, so his release comes as a surprise. Ryan Allen won the job with a strong camp. Cunningham, the 53rd pick in the 2010 draft, never could build on a solid rookie season as a pass rusher.
Marcus Trufant, Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback: General manager David Caldwell will roll with one of the most inexperienced cornerback groups in football.
Drayton Florence, Carolina Panthers cornerback: Florence's release was a surprise after the team signed him to a one-year, $1 million contract in March.
David Nelson, Cleveland Browns wide receiver: Signed for cheap, Nelson couldn't make an impact this summer after suffering an ACL tear in 2012 and battling a bone bruise in training camp.
Daniel Fells and Jake Ballard, New England Patriots tight ends:Fells was released despite signing a three-year, $5.25 million contract in 2012. Ballard, claimed off waivers from the New York Giants last year, lacked speed after surgery. Undrafted rookie Zach Sudfeld and Michael Hoomanawanui are the healthy Patriots tight ends, with Rob Gronkowski on the roster but still recovering from back surgery.
Mike Thomas, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver: The former Jacksonville Jaguar's career continues a steep decline. He caught 66 passes just a few years ago.