Tracking NFL roster cuts: 53-man rosters for every NFL team

Graziano expects Ward to generate interest as free agent (1:47)

Dan Graziano breaks down the Broncos' decision to release T.J. Ward and the teams that might be interested in acquiring him. (1:47)

T.J. Ward is out in Denver. Same with Kellen Moore in Dallas and Victor Cruz in Chicago.

NFL teams had to be down to 53-man rosters by Saturday afternoon, and our reporters kept track of every cut for all 32 teams.

We've compiled the full list of cuts for every team, along with surprise moves and what they mean. Click the links after each team -- sorted alphabetically as their cuts become official -- to view the full posts.

Arizona Cardinals: Cutting fourth-round pick Dorian Johnson isn't the only significant move the Cardinals made Saturday. Also significant is whom they kept on the offensive line. Full roster.

Atlanta Falcons: Fourth-year defensive lineman Ra'Shede Hageman has been an enigma since the Falcons drafted him in the second round out of Minnesota in 2014, and he continues to vex the Falcons after being placed on the commissioner's exempt list Saturday. Full roster.

Baltimore Ravens: The interesting move was the Ravens' keeping only three running backs. It wouldn't be a surprise if they upgrade at this position and pick up a running back who was cut Saturday. Full roster.

Buffalo Bills: Shortly before the NFL's 4 p.m. deadline for cuts, the Bills acquired wide receiver/return specialist Kaelin Clay from the Carolina Panthers in a trade. Full roster.

Carolina Panthers: The roster includes veteran place-kicker Graham Gano and rookie kicker Harrison Butker. Both have been the subject of trade talk, so look for the organization to find a home for one. Full roster.

Chicago Bears: The Bears wasted $428,000 on the Roberto Aguayo waiver claim. The former Tampa kicker never came close to challenging last year's starter. Full roster.

Cincinnati Bengals: The Bengals finally picked their kicker, going with veteran Randy Bullock over rookie fifth-rounder Jake Elliott. Full roster.

Cleveland Browns: In going with rookie DeShone Kizer and second-year players Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan, the Browns have committed to youth. Full roster.

Dallas Cowboys: Cooper Rush, an undrafted rookie free agent, is set to be the backup to Dak Prescott. Kellen Moore was released Saturday but could rejoin the Cowboys as soon as Sunday. Full roster.

Denver Broncos: The Broncos released safety T.J. Ward, a three-time Pro Bowl selection. Ward was set to enter the last year of the four-year contract he signed during the Broncos' free-agency binge in 2014. Full roster.

Detroit Lions: Antwione Williams entered training camp looking like the team's No. 3 linebacker and the starter at SAM when the defense would be in base sets. A month later, he's out of a job. Full roster.

Green Bay Packers: What was a competitive battle for the No. 3 quarterback job turned out to be a moot point. There is no No. 3 after both Taysom Hill and Joe Callahan were cut. Full roster.

Houston Texans: After releasing Brandon Weeden, the Texans will rely on Tom Savage and first-round pick Deshaun Watson because Houston would rather use that roster spot at another position. Full roster.

Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck is off the PUP list, and now the Colts have four quarterbacks on the active roster after the addition of Jacoby Brissett via trade. Full roster.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The Jaguars still think highly enough of third-stringer Brandon Allen to keep him on the active roster rather than expose him to other teams by trying to get him on the practice squad. Full roster.

Kansas City Chiefs: Linebacker Tamba Hali won't be available to the Chiefs for at least the first six games of the season, as he was left on the physically unable to perform list. Full roster.

Los Angeles Chargers: Incumbent safety Dwight Lowery was in tight competition with Tre Boston for the starting free safety job, and the Chargers chose youth over experience. Full roster.

Los Angeles Rams: Running back Justin Davis (USC), tight end Johnny Mundt (Oregon) and defensive back Dominique Hatfield (Utah) made the team as undrafted free agents. Full roster.

Miami Dolphins: There were no major surprises among Miami's cuts. But it is notable that the team is moving on from a trio of players from its 2016 draft class. Full roster.

Minnesota Vikings: Alex Boone's release was a stunner, for sure. The 30-year-old signed a four-year, $26.8 million contract with the Vikings in March 2016 and instantly became the team's starting left guard. Full roster.

New England Patriots: Second-year center/guard Ted Karras, a sixth-round pick out of Illinois last year, was one player who wasn't expected to land on the list of players let go. Full roster.

New Orleans Saints: The two most notable names on New Orleans' 53-man roster? Two guys who might not be ready to play in Week 1: left tackle Terron Armstead and linebacker Stephone Anthony. Full roster.

New York Giants: The Giants went with the more talented Geno Smith at backup quarterback after a preseason filled with ups and downs. The former Jets second-round pick started slowly in his comeback from a torn ACL. Full roster.

New York Jets: As of now, the Jets have 20 players with less than two years of experience, including eight rookies (all draft picks). The youngest position is wide receiver. Full roster.

Oakland Raiders: Oakland gutted its linebacker corps by parting ways with Shilique Calhoun, Ben Heeney and LaTroy Lewis. Plus, the Raiders placed Jelani Jenkins on season-ending IR. Full roster.

Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles have decided to carry five running backs -- for now. Rookie fourth-round pick Donnel Pumphrey, however, did not have a strong summer. Full roster.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Trading receiver Sammie Coates to the Cleveland Browns for a swap of late-round picks highlighted the Steelers' wideout depth and showed a team pushing for last-minute value. Full roster.

San Francisco 49ers: Jeremy Kerley, the team's most productive receiver in 2016, never really produced in training camp or in the preseason, and he was cut. Full roster.

Seattle Seahawks: The release of starting defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin wasn't a complete shock. Seattle needed to make room for Sheldon Richardson and his $8.1 million salary. Full roster.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Bucs parted ways with rookie running back Jeremy McNichols. His struggles grasping the Bucs' offense and in pass protection were well-documented on "Hard Knocks." Full roster.

Tennessee Titans: Placing receiver Tajae Sharpe, who reinjured his surgically repaired right foot Thursday at Kansas City, on injured reserve was the only move that can truly be considered a surprise. Full roster.

Washington Redskins: Washington cut two draft picks once thought to be part of the future: quarterback Nate Sudfeld and running back Matt Jones. Full roster.