NFL teams have until Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET to comply with 80-man roster limits.
Teams must reduce to 53 players by Saturday at 6 p.m. ET.
In past years, teams already would have been at the 80-man limit. Limits increased to 90 players beginning July 26, and for this year only, in response to the lockout.
The chart shows how many players at each position NFC West teams were carrying on their rosters through Monday night.
Teams can clear roster spots by waiving players, terminating veterans' contracts and placing players on various reserve lists.