Monday, December 28, 2015

Top 5 Websites 2 watch College Football Online 4 FREE

Top 5 Websites 2 watch College Football Online 4 FREE

College Football season is winding down, and now we are into the Bowl Games. Don't miss a game, open and view multiple games in different tabs or on multiple laptops/notebooks etc.
Better quality comes with subscription services, but for the best websites to view College Football games for FREE. The 5 sites that I share below are the top choices to use.

The sites listed above are all good and tested.

FYI - Alert: Depending on the user and their system configuration, and or choice of browser, users might see a pop-up saying your system needs to install a file in order to function. That's not true, just wait till these messages time out and click the word 'close' and the small x to discard these messages. Just remember this, you will never need to install anything to view games from these sites.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Microsoft The Evil Empire Gets Grinchy

The Monstrous Microsoft with a dead tomato heart that's squashed with moldy purple spots while looking down upon the masses of a discontented lazy rabble proclaims from their Grinch Cave in Redmond that there will be NO MORE of that FREE Unlimited OneDrive Storage to Office 365 Home subscribers and that they are also slashing the amount of Free OneDrive storage it provides to non-subscribers from 15GB to 5GB.

Apparently, the reason for taking-back the unlimited storage, according to the Microsoft Grinchy Potter Scrooge, is that “a few users” were backing up multiple PCs, entire movie collections, and DVR recordings to OneDrive. Microsoft says these users’ excessive storage usage amounted to 14,000 times the average. Bah-Humbug they say!

So, instead of changing their end-user license agreement and targeting those few abusers, they are going all-out and punishing everyone! Crappy Holidays...ho-ho-humbug! Ha-Ha-Ha!

The MSFT Monster is also cutting all OneDrive storage limits to 1TB for Office 365 Home, Personal, and University subscribers, ho-ho-ho to all you garlic eaters! The new limit goes into effect in 2016, a mere 2 weeks away. Current users are going to get another 12 months to get their data in excess of 1TB out of OneDrive, aren't they sweet.

The Evil Empire (MSFT) is also taking away their 100GB and 200GB OneDrive Paid Plans that were priced at $1.99 and $3.99 per month, and will now offer you a smaller 50GB Storage Plan for $1.99 per month. For anyone else who needs to have more storage, they will also offer 1TB and Office 365 Personal for $6.99 per month. Whoops, wait a minute...did you hear that...Ch-Ching!

These guys sure do have the Holiday Spirit in them...taking the old 'bait and switch' tactic to a new level that now means “Bait and Beat 'Em With Billy Clubs.”

The real reason Microsoft is making these changes, is that they are Scrooging for ways to cut costs and help their sad bottom line. True to Scrooge form they have also sacked many a Bob Cratchits' all in the later part of the year, somewhere in the area of around 8000-9000 jobs. As their revenue dips month to month year on end, these moves are just a pathetic way to manipulate numbers to help a sagging bottom line.

All I can say to this is, stick with Google as your primary online cloud space provider, and don't trust any of the others. Just as MSFT gets their Grinch on, so might a few others.

And finally, Mr. Microsoft (Scrooge-Potter-Grinch) your brain is full of spiders, and you have garlic in your appalling dump heap of a soul.

*As bad as all of this may seem, it's strangely a sure way to appease investors...screwing the masses always goes over well in board rooms. Maybe this is just a way to stimulate the stock prices???

Thursday, December 3, 2015

The Best & Worst Streaming Sites 4 FREE New Movies!

Streaming video is becoming an option that can not be ignored. Video entertainment is similar to newspaper reading, once you've seen or read it, you are finished with it. It's a form of disposable entertainment.

The whole business of purchasing video is on shaky ground. People are getting tired of buying the same product over and over again in new formats. First there were Beta-max tapes, then VHS beat them out, and became the popular form of buying your video. Yes, there were also LaserDisk's, but they were expensive and never became popular, even though they were better than the dominant VHS. Bringing us up to date, we then had to buy our video on DVD's and even more recently the Blu-Ray Disks. How many times have you bought a favorite movie of yours in one of these new formats?

The end of that experience is near, aside from all of those formats that our favorite movies have been issued in, we now can buy them in digital format. The benefit of this option is that all of the movies you buy online are stored in the cloud for you at no extra cost, and then these movie favorites are available to us anytime and can be viewed on many different devices.

Going digital for all of your entertainment purchases is the way to go. You don't have to loan it to your friends, and never see it again...anymore. You don't have to pack them in boxes. You don't have to put them on shelves. They'll never again, get misplaced or lost. They'll follow you in the cloud, where ever you may go.

The next area of video entertainment that is in trouble is cable. Everyone would agree, it's just too expensive for what you are really getting. The shows being produced are over priced and over valued.

The expense of video entertainment is beyond ridiculous...even the cost of Cable, Direct TV or some Satellite service is out of control. The shows are not worth the monthly charges.

There are many options for streaming video online, and for sure there will be many more to come.

This post is for all of the cord cutters that are sick and tired of overpriced packaged programming.

These sites below are the best!

This website offers movies and TV shows to stream for free, but it is ad-supported and you’ll end up seeing too many ads there.

The sites below are annoying and lame!

These sites work, but I don't recommend them on account that they redirect you to other sites. Essentially you'll be clicking multiple links here just to see a flick. Thumbs down on these! works, but don't get too doesn't have the latest features, only older films.

These sites below are the worst!

Streamtuner.EU is just for TV shows and the site at is presently under construction. What a Joke!

The following sites are in my opinion of the worst, after about three clicks and redirects these horrid sites want your personal information and credit card info while claiming that their site is free and that you will not be billed. Only an idiot that deserves to get ripped off would bother with these sites...iMovies Tube and and then there's another worthless waste of time site called and they also pull the redirect scheme and you'll end up most of the time at PutLocker.

Of the more popular methods, more and more are using online streaming services like NetflixHulu Plus, or Amazon’s Prime Instant Video. Those services charge either a monthly or yearly fee and give you access to tons of content, though there’s always the chance that a specific movie you’re looking for won’t be on whatever streaming service you have.

The Google Play store offer movies to purchase through those accounts that become yours to own. New releases cost around $20; about the same price a DVD would cost, though a digital copy can’t be lost or damaged. Of course, buying individual titles to own is more expensive than paying the small fee for a streaming service and gaining access to oodles of content.

Whether you prefer to own or stream movies, watching films online is the way to go if you’re sick of dealing with DVDs and Blu-ray discs. There are plenty of safe, legal options that don’t cost too much and allow you to watch on all your devices at your convenience, anytime-anywhere.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Ain't Got No Tebow

NFL fans everywhere are singing the blues, and the tune they're singing these days is a re-working of Neil Young's “T-Bone.” It's a Rockin' Blues Classic with a simple repeating lyric … “Got mashed up players – Ain't got no Tebow,” over and over with high hopes of some team signing their Jesus-Freak hero.

Got mashed up players”
Ain't got no Tebow” - Repeat

Football fans everywhere know that Tim Tebow had a really good summer camp with the Eagles. He was in shape, attentive, very focused, and did everything coaches asked. He performed well in pre-season and made it to the final cut down. It was widely believed that at some point he would get called back.

After 11 weeks of play and the number of injured quarterbacks, there's still no sign of Tebow. 13 teams have called on back-ups for playing time and as many other teams have made enough roster moves, signing – releasing 2nd and 3rd team players, adding to their practice squads etc. The number of overall roster moves is astonishing. Dallas even traded a future draft pick to get a bum back-up instead of calling in Tebow. With all the injuries/carnage you'd think that some team would have called on Tebow.

The fact that there have been no calls to bring in and sign Tebow indicates that the NFL teams in this league really don't want him.

Most teams will tell you that they want to develop other players that are younger and more versatile, i.e. players willing to play other positions. Tim has all along been very adamant about only playing quarterback, and this has really hurt his chances of landing a roster spot with any team.

Teams want team players more than stand out personality players. What teams will not tell you is the truth. Sure Tebow played great this past summer, but with him comes too much distraction, an all out media circus, and he is sure to upstage any other team players and coaches alike when it comes to speaking with the media.

Tim certainly is a media darling, but not in the way that even he thinks. The media that covers his every move is only looking to make fun of and exploit the things that Tebow and his fans believe in. Can you just hear it when he finds himself in a third down and sixteen? What if he made it, or what if he didn't make it...are we going to start talking the saintly good Tebow one day, and the next, the sinner bad boy Tebow? What to do if ever his offense had twelve men on the field at the same time? Would the 12th guy be a Judas? Can you see the headlines if at the end of a game he throws a Hail Mary.

Throughout this wild season where we've seen many quarterbacks injured, Tebow has kept quiet about his chances returning to the NFL. As for now, he continues to work as an analyst for the SEC Network.

For all Tebow fans out there, the plain and simple truth of the matter is no one wants him!

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Fantasy Football Update: 12-17-2015

This has been an unpredictable year in Fantasy Football to say the least. Many big name star players from a year ago are gone. Some payers switched teams and in about every case where a big time player left his team for greener pastures, those players come up dry.

The injury bug has devastated many. This year's Fantasy Football Leagues appear to be mining the unknowns in what appears to be a changing of the guard for many franchises. Who would have ever thought that Peyton Manning be such a flop, and wash out this year? The same for Tony Romo, who would have guessed? I predicted to many though, that Dallas and McFadden would produce a lot of nothing, but along the way there has been a few pleasant surprises, such as Devonta Freeman in Atlanta and the Rams Todd Gurly.

With five regular season games to go, here listed below are a few players worth picking up.

1. TE Luke Wilson is just an all round better fit with Seattle than Jimmy Graham. With Graham's season ending injury expect Luke to get more attention, as I suspect teams will start doubling down on Doug Baldwin.

2. RB Spencer Ware looks like the real-deal, finishing Sunday's game with 114 rush yards and a touchdown Sunday and proved that he's capable of handling the workload by himself. The best thing to like about this guy is that he is a real north/south runner with power.

3. Keep an open mind with WR Shaun Draughn. He gets a lot of touches and one would think there's a break-out game coming.

4. RB David Johnson is likely to get more touches with both Chris Johnson and Andre Ellington injured. He could be a sleeper pick to watch.

5. WR Steve Johnson had 10 catches Sunday for 92 yards and a score. With Philip Rivers pulling the trigger that makes him worth a pickup.

6. TE Scott Chandler is also a good pick-up since Rob Gronkowski injured his knee Sunday, and is expected to miss a few weeks. The Patriots whole receiving corps is out with injuries. Chandler will be the Patriots' top red zone threat, and most familiar face for Brady. He is sure to have serious fantasy impact.

7. You can expect WR Cody Latimer to see more playing time, as he and Brock Osweiler clearly have developed better chemistry playing second team together for some time.

Updated: 12-17-2015 at 2:30PM
  • After recent injuries and other considerations the following players might be worth taking a chance on if your fantasy team has openings. None, would I consider elite, but depending on their teams respective opponents, it's possible they could be productive.

1. Marcus Mariota QB Tennessee

2. AJ McCarron QB Cincinnati

3. Johnny Manziel QB Cleveland

4. Richard Rogers TE from Green Bay

5. James Jones WR from Green Bay

6. Allen Robinson WR Jacksonville

7. Allen Hums WR Jacksonville

8. Lamar Miller RB Miami

9. Latavius Murray RB Oakland

10. Tim Hightower Saints RB will get more touches

You can definitely expect more Eddie Lacy down the stretch, and Bryce Brown...Fred Jackson, it's a wait and see which gets hot in Seattle.

Don't play any Ravens QB's with the teams recent signings, it appears as if they will give a few players divided playing time in order to evaluate them for future consideration. The Ravens players are really in try-out mode to see who stays and who goes.

Keep in mind as teams are eliminated from playoff contention, they also will be in try-out mode giving a few of the unknowns playing time. When teams throw in the towel and split playing time with many it wreaks havoc on fantasy teams, so be wary!

Share your thoughts in the comments below, and feel free to offer your suggestions.

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Lana Del Rey - New Songs Out Now w/Bonus

Lana Del Rey's "The Endless Summer Tour" Began May 7th and ran till June 16th. Her first seven shows were supported with Courtney Love, afterward a few shows had no supporting act, while another ten shows featured Synth-Pop singer and producer Grimes. In all there were 20 shows in what was billed as The Endless Summer Tour.

Some of the die-hard fans that were at those shows, saw her perform the following songs in her set list. There may have been a few shows with slightly different set lists, but this list was the most common of her shows.

"Cruel World" "Cola" "Blue Jeans" "West Coast" "Honeymoon" "Us Against the World" "Born to Die" "Ultraviolence" "Summertime Sadness" "Chelsea Hotel No. 2" "Ride" "Brooklyn Baby" "Shades of Cool" "Serial Killer" "Video Games" "Florida Kilos" "Off to the Races"

Closing out the tour she announced to her fans the news of her new album Honeymoon and said it would arrive in September.

Since the closing of her tour, she's been interviewed and written about many times. LDR has also released snippets, teasers and singles from the new album. The efforts have amped-up the hype and anticipation, all the while staying the talk of the town till launch day. It's typical of your, modern times marketing. She's managed to keep everyone curious, and interested for an extended period of time with this approach, and now she's done it again.

As of 3 PM today, anyone can listen to Honeymoon a full week before its official release date. Urban Outfitters and Lana Del Rey will have listening parties in every Urban Outfitters location at 3 PM. Hurry on over before its too late.

The album will be played in its entirety in all of the US locations. Fans that pre-order “Honeymoon” will be given free Lana Del Rey lithograph's, created by Lana herself. Everyone who attends will also get to see “exclusive” album artwork that will thematically go along with each song.

So, if you just can't wait another week before Honeymoon is officially released, you may want to stop by your local Urban Outfitters to be a part of this listening party event.

Honeymoon Track List:

1. Honeymoon 5:50
2. Music to Watch Boys To 4:50
3. Terrence Loves You 4:50
4. God Knows I Tried 4:40
5. High by the Beach 4:17
6. Freak 4:55
7. Art Deco 4:55
8. Burnt Norton (Interlude) 1:21
9. Religion 5:23
10. Salvatore 4:41
11. The Blackest Day 6:05
12. 24 4:55
13. Swan Song 5:23
14. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 3:01

Playing Time: 65:06

Here's a little bit of what Lana had to say about her forthcoming album...

"It's very different from the last one and similar to the first two, Born to Die” and “Paradise," alluding to Honeymoon. I finished “Ultraviolence” in March
and released it in June and I had a follow-up idea. It's growing into something I really like. I'm kind of enjoying sinking into this more Noirish feel for this one. It's been good."

She also stated...

I'm doing a cover of "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood." After doing a cover of Jessie Mae Robinson's "The Other Woman." I like summarizing the record with a jazz song. I'm having fun with my interpretation. "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" and "The Other Woman" are my favorites. I'm so so much a fan.

The album closes with a cover of Nina Simone's 1964 single "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood."

It's classic LDR, dreamy, slow, trippy, hazy and darkly romantic.

This song may end up on Deluxe Versions of Honeymoon.
"Driving In Cars With Boys"

Monday, September 7, 2015

NFL Fantasy Football News Flash - 09-07-2015 - The Latest Up to Date info.

With the NFL 2015 Season Kick-Off approaching this coming Thursday, here are a few things to remember. Some players will begin their seasons serving suspensions and there have also been a few other cuts and trades worth looking into.

Recent cuts and trades:

Montee Ball was just cut from the Broncos.
Seattle signs Fred Jackson.
Dallas trades for Christine Michael.
James Jones returns to Green Bay.
Terrance West was traded to the Titans.

James Jones could produce healthy number if he gets enough playing time, and Christine Michael could emerge as an all out superstar if he gets the chance.

*Reminder - Don't forget about these bad boys who will miss some playing time.

The NFL's Key Position Players Suspended include:

Trey Watts RB STL $120,000.00 Suspended 4 games
Ahmad Bradshaw RB IND $0.00 Suspended 1 game
Le'Veon Bell RB PIT $145,709.00 Suspended 2 games
LeGarrette Blount RB NE $44,117.00 Suspended 1 game
Orson Charles FB NO $34,411.00 Suspended 1 game

Antonio Gates TE SD $1,567,646.00 Suspended 4 games

Martavis Bryant WR PIT $145,836.00 Suspended 4 games
Jerome Simpson WR SF $262,941.00 Suspended 6 games
Da'Rick Rogers WR KC $0.00 Suspended 2 games
Ace Sanders WR JAC $0.00 Suspended 10 games
Josh Gordon WR CLE $1,682,521.00 Suspended 16 games

Cross your fingers with these guys below.
Top prospects for Rookie of the Year

Amari Cooper, WR
Nelson Agholor, WR
Melvin Gordon, RB
Ameer Abdullah, RB

Lastest Update: James Connor RB from Pittsburgh is out for the season. Jonas Gray is visiting with the titans, and Ray Rice still needs a job!

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

McDonald’s - All Day Every Day Breakfast is Here!

Mark your calendars, set your countdown app, post notes everywhere. Do whatever it is that you've gotta do to remind yourself of an upcoming event of monumental importance.

Because, as of Oct. 6th, McDonald’s will now be serving breakfast all day!

That's right, you will no longer have to hurry before they stop selling the breakfast menu!

McDonald’s announced today that it will begin serving breakfast all day – nationwide.

This announcement comes after a trial run in a few select locations and concluded with a vote by Franchisees last week. McDonald’s will also, implement new safety measures that will aid in the transition.

Mike Andres - President of McDonald’s America Division says that extending breakfast hours is the company’s biggest move since adding the McCafe line of beverages in 2009.

This is the consumers’ idea. This is what they want us to do.”
That’s why I think this could be the catalyst for our turnaround.”
Mike Andres - President of McDonald’s America Division

Customer's have asked for years to get extended hours of their breakfast menu. The problem has always been about space until McDonald’s set about a task force to come up with a way to solve this problem.

All McDonald’s restaurants are built to produce lunch and dinner items that use the same equipment that makes the breakfast items, just not at the same time. So, it has always been a problem of space, until now.

This problem of space has required all Franchisee's to add or change to their current equipment and process set-up. In the process of their test they've developed a smaller rolling cart model which will also carry utensils used just for eggs. These cooking carts can be moved around for a better fit in each of the different McDonald’s kitchens. The restaurant's also needed new toasters. Existing toaster units can only be adjusted to warm hamburger buns or muffins. To accommodate theses changes, most restaurants are now getting the extra toaster ovens, and now these restaurants will be able to do breakfast muffins with one, and use the other oven for burger buns.

Individual restaurant upgrade costs may range from $500 to $5,000 per restaurant, depending on what equipment the franchisee's may already have. Many have already installed their new equipment, and are just counting down the days till... all day-every day breakfast is here!

Extra - To simplify the all-day breakfast roll-out McDonald’s will be offering a limited number of core items, including their sausage burritos, hot cakes and, depending on the region, Egg McMuffins or biscuit sandwiches.

The changes coming should also help the company's bottom line, as there has been healthy sales increases in all of the 200 restaurants that have been testing the new all day breakfast.

Update: Many Restaurants have already Rolled-Out the NEW All Day Breakfast ahead of the Oct. 6th Nationwide Launch.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

See Google's New Logo!

See the New Google Logo
It's hard to believe but we've been Googling this, that and the other for 17 years. Along the way, Google has evolved and changed, always improving. Through those years there have been several logo changes and you can see them here in the video provided below.

If you were wondering, why change the logo now???
The answer is simple. They’ve taken the Google logo that was originally built for a single desktop browser page, and improved it for a more appealing, and seamless computing experience with any, and all devices.

Google says, we want to look good on all devices.

This isn’t the first time we’ve changed our look and it probably won’t be the last, but we think today’s update is a great reflection of all the ways Google works for you across Search, Maps, Gmail, Chrome and many others. We think we’ve taken the best of Google (simple, uncluttered, colorful, friendly), and recast it not just for the Google of today, but for the Google of the future.
You’ll see the new design roll out across our products soon. Hope you enjoy it!”
Tamar Yehoshua, VP Product Management - Bobby Nath, Director of User Experience

I like it, but what do you think?

NFL News - Final Cut to 53 - 09-05-2015

Saturday Sept. 5th is upon us and the following teams have made these moves. All teams have now reduced their rosters to 53 players as of 4:00 PM today.

Some trades have taken place, and some players may end up on different lists to protect them from exposure to the waiver wire. It's just player/roster maneuvering that typically takes place.

For Fantasy Football Owners, most of the players listed in this post are not your prime choices. These players could only be of value if your own team suffers injuries and or if one of your other players is on a bye week.

This appears to be a year where many teams are making transitions and that means many unknown players will probably emerge as stars.

AFC East
Buffalo Bills
Released: RB Fred Jackson, DE Michael Buchanan, CB Ross Cockrell, DT Justin Hamilton, LB Andrew Hudson, OT Terren Jones, CB Ellis Lankster, S Kenny Ladler, S Wesley Miller, G D.J. Morrell, DE Cedric Reed, RB Ricky Seale

Final Cut: DE IK Enemkpali, QB Matt Cassel, LB Quentin Groves, QB Matt Simms, OL William Campbell, FB John Conner, WR Andre Davis, DT Andre Fluellen, RB Bronson Hill, OL Darryl Johnson, OL Alex Kupper, DE B.J. Larsen, WR Dezmin Lewis, CB Merrill Noel, WR Tobais Palmer, GCyril Richardson, RB Cierre Wood, DT Red Bryant, C Dalton Freeman, S Jonathan Meeks, LB Kevin Reddick

New York Jets
Released: CB Javier Arenas, OL James Brewer, CB Curtis Brown, C Dalton Freeman, WRT.J. Graham, WR Saalim Hakim, WR Austin Hill, LB Bryan Johnson, TE Matt LaCosse, CB Keith Lewis, WR DeVier Posey, WR Jonathon Rumph

Final Cut: DE Jason Babin, QB Matt Flynn, QB Josh Johnson, WR Shaquelle Evans, WR Chris Owusu, WR Walt Powe, TE Arthur Lynch, TE Wes Saxton, RB Daryl Richardson, FB Julian Howsare, OL Charles Brown, OL Wes Johnson, DL Ronald Talley, DL Jordan Williams, LB Deion Barnes, LBTaiwan Jones, LB Joe Mays, CB Keon Lyn, S Durell Eskridge

New England Patriots
Released: WR Josh Boyce, WR Jonathan Krause, TE Jimmay Mundine, DL Joe Vellano, LB Dekoda Watson

Final Cut: WR Reggie Wayne, RB Jonas Gray, TE Jake Bequette, CB Justin Coleman, RB Tony Creecy, WR Zach D'Orazio, WR DaVaris Daniels, OL Ryan Groy, OL Caylin Hauptmann, QB Ryan Lindley, OL Chris Martin, LB James Morris, DL A.J. Pataiali'i, DL Casey Walker, TE Asante Cleveland, LB Darius Fleming, CB Robert McClain, DL Zach Moore, WR Jalen Saunders, DB Justin Coleman, LBXzavier Dickson, S Brandon King

Miami Dolphins
Released: DT Calvin Barnett, G Bryant Browning, WR LaRon Byrd, WR Kevin Cone, DE Ray Drew, WR Tyler McDonald, DE Kendall Montgomery, TE Gerell Robinson, CB Sammy Seamster, S Phillip Thomas, C/G J.D. Walton

Final Cut: QB Josh Freeman, WR Damarr Aultman, QB McLeod Bethel-Thompson, C Sam Brenner, DT Deandre Coleman, LB James Davidson, DE Emmanuel Dieke, RB Mike Gillislee, WR Cobi Hamilton, OT Donald Hawkins, LB Mike Hull, DT Anthony Johnson, S Don Jones, G/T Michael Liedtke, LB Jeff Luc, TE Tim Semisch, TE Jake Stoneburner, K Caleb Sturgis, S Cedric Thompson

AFC North
Cincinnati Bengals
Released:  WR Denarius Moore, DT Kwame Geathers, LB Nico Johnson, DE Sam Montgomery

Final Cut: DT Devon Still, WR Michael Bennett, OT Dan France, OT Tanner Hawkinson, CB Troy Hill OG Trey Hopkins, WR Jake Kumerow, TE Matt Lengel, OT Matthew O'Donnell, K Tom Obarski, DS Floyd Raven Sr., LB Trevor Roach, C Jake Smith, RB Terrell Watson, QB Keith Wenning, RBJames Wilder Jr., DT DeShawn Williams, CB Brandon Ghee, DS Keo Shiloh

Cleveland Browns
Released: TE Anthony Ezeakunne, WR Shane Wynn, LB Everette Brown, LB Moise Fokou, RB Jalen Parmele, DB Aaron Ross

Final Cut: QB Thad Lewis, OL Karim Barton, QB Pat Devlin, RB Shaun Draughn, DB Landon Feichter, RB Tim Flanders, DB Kendall James, WR Darrius Jennings, OL Erle Ladson, WR Josh Lenz, WR Vince Mayle, DL Jacobbi McDaniel, OL Andrew McDonald, OL Darrian Miller, DB Robert Nelson Jr., OL Vinston Painter, LB Hayes Pullard III, DB Joe Rankin, LB Mike Reilly, DB De'Ante Saunders, DL Dylan Wynn, OL Eric Olsen

Baltimore Ravens
Released:  G Leon Brown, WR DeAndre Carter, CB Tramain Jacobs, G/T Marcel Jones, P Justin Manton, WR Aldrick Robinson, LS Patrick Scales, WR Trent Steelman

Final Cut: ILB Andrew Bose, WR Daniel Brown, T Blaine Clausell, WR Tom Nelson, CB Quinton Pointer, WR Jeremy Butler, CB Asa Jackson, OL Jah Reid, OG Robert Myers, CB Cassius Vaughn, LB Brennen Beyer, OG Kaleb Johnson, RB Terrence Magee, RB Fitzgerald Toussaint, FB Kiero Small, TE Konrad Reuland, QB Bryn Renner, S Nick Perry, DE DeAngelo Tyson, DT Micajah Reynolds

Pittsburgh Steelers
Released: G Miles Dieffenbach, WR Kenzel Doe, WR C.J. Goodwin, RB Braylon Heard, DE Joe Kruger, DT Joe Okafor, OL Collin Rahrig, CB Jordan Sullen, OT Kevin Whimpey, S Ian Wild

Final Cut: RB Jawon Chisholm, RB Josh Harris, DL Matt Conrath, DL Ethan Hemer, DL Mike Thornton, S Jordan Dangerfield, S Alden Darby, S Gerod Holliman, OL Reese Dismukes, OL B.J. Finney, OL Doug Legursky, CB Kevin Fogg, CB B.W. Webb, LB L.J. Fort, LB Shayon Green, LBHoward Jones, WR Shakim Phillips, WR Jarrod West

AFC South
Jacksonville Jaguars
Released: WR Greg Jenkins, LB Mister Alexander, DE Camaron Beard, OL Cody Booth, CB Tommie Campbell, S Desmond Cooper, DT Eric Crume, WR Tandon Doss, LB Khairi Fortt, TE Connor Hamlett, K/P Kasey Redfern, OL Jack Rummells, QB Jeff Tuel

Final Cut: DT Richard Ash, DE Camaron Beard, DE Nordly Capi, WR Kasey Closs, OG Will Corbin, TE Connor Hamlett, CB Jeremy Harris, DE Ike Igbinosun, RB Storm Johnson, TE Ben Koyack, WRErik Lora, DE QB Stephen Morris, OG Chris Reed, CB Rashaad Reynolds, WR Neal Sterling, LBTodd Thomas, CB Peyton Thompson, WR Tony Washington, LB Jeremiah George, S Craig Loston, OL Austin Pasztor 

Tennessee Titans
Released: LB Nate Askew, CB Will Brown, LB Dezmond Johnson, WR Tebucky Jones, WR Deon Long, DE Derrick Lott, G Justin McCray, K Mike Meyer, LB Chaz Sutton, C Fernando Velasco, TE Tevin Westbrook

Final Cut: FB Zach Boren, CB Ri'Shard Anderson, C Gabe Ikard, DB Khalid Wooten, DB Jemea Thomas, DL Isaako Aaitui, WR Josh Stewart, LB Andy Studebaker and LB Kaelin Burnett, WRHakeem Nicks, T Byron Stingily, G Josue Matias, T/G Will Poehls, WR Tre McBride, WR Rico Richardson, RB David Fluellen, QB Alex Tanney, WR Jacoby Ford 

Indianapolis Colts
Released: G Donald Thomas, G Harland Gunn, LB Nicklas Haag, LB Zack Hodges, OT Tyler Hoover, WR Ryan Lankford, DT Jeris Pendleton, WR Ezell Ruffin, LB Justin Shirk, RB Abou Toure, C Brandon Vitabile

Final Cut: DT Kelcy Quarles, G David Arkin, WR Vincent Brown, LB Daniel Adongo, QB Bryan Bennett, WR Quan Bray, WR Duron Carter, CB Chance Casey, DT Josh Chapman, LB Carlos Fields, DT Montori Hughes, OT Ulrick John, LB Cam Johnson, S Dewey McDonald, TE Sean McGrath, LBHenoc Muamba, G Kitt O'Brien, CB Eric Patterson, TE Erik Swoope, CB Raymon Taylor, RB Zurlon Tipton 

Houston Texans
Released: T Aaron Adams, LB Jason Ankrah, WR Alan Bonner, WR Jace Davis, P Will Johnson, WR Travis Labhart, DE Cam McLeod, NT Chris Neild, LB Jeff Tarpinian, GCody White, T Bryan Witzmann 

Final Cut: LB Kourtnei Brown, LB Max Bullough, S Kurtis Drummond, OT Matt Feiler, C James Ferentz, DE Tevita Finau, RB Kenny Hilliard, CB Charles James, WR Damaris Johnson, S Corey Moore, DT Louis Nix III, WR EZ Nwachukwu, DE Dan Pettinato, OT Joseph Treadwell, WR Chandler Worthy, DT Brandon Deaderick, DE Fili Moala 

AFC West
Denver Broncos
Released: CB Tevrin Brandon, G Andre Davis, TE/FB Joe Don Duncan, QB Zac Dysert, P Spencer Lanning, S Ross Madison, TE Jake Murphy, RB Jeremy Stewart, OLB Chase Vaughn, ILB Reggie Walker, TE Jeff Heuerman, WR Nathan Palmer

Final Cut: CB Tony Carter, DT Sione Fua, LB Zaire Anderson, LB Lamin Barrow, RB Kapri Bibbs,Isaiah Burse, C Dillon Day, S Josh Furman, G Ben Garland, TE Marcel Jensen, LB Steven Johnson, TE Dominique Jones, WR Corbin Louks, DT Chuka Ndulue, CB Taurean Nixon, OLB Gerald Rivers, OT Kyle Roberts, OT Charles Sweeton, WR Jordan Taylor, DE Josh Watson 

Kansas City Chiefs
Released: WR Kenny Cook, OT Anthony Dima, LS Andrew East, CB Aaron Hester, DE Vaughn Martin, CB Kenneth Penny, OG Marcus Reed, TE Adam Schiltz, WR Jeret Smith, OL Charles Tuaau, WR L'Damian Washington

Final Cut: WR Da'Ron Brown, DE Mike Catapano, S Sanders Commings, LB Ja'Gared Davis, DTHebron Fangupo, C Garrett Frye, DL David Irving, LB James-Michael Johnson, C Eric Kush, WR Tello Luckett, C Daniel Munyer, DB Deji Olatoye, G Jarrod Pughsley, RB Darrin Reaves, DB Kevin Short, OT Derek Sherrod, TE Ryan Taylor, FB Spencer Ware, WR Fredd Williams, TE Richard Gordon 

San Diego Chargers
Released: CB Manny Asprilla, DL Cameron Botticelli, WR Titus Davis, RB Jahwan Edwards, LB Curtis Grant, LB Brock Hekking, T Forrestal Hickman, TE David Paulson, QB Chase Rettig, DL Luther Robinson, TE Logan Stokes, WR Torrence Allen, CB Chris Davis, S Gordon Hill, G Melvin Meggs

Final Cut: K Nick Novak, CB Richard Crawford, OL Kenny Wiggins, LB Chi Chi Ariguzo, CB Richard Crawford, CB Greg Ducre, WR Javontee Herndon, G Michael Huey, S Johnny Lowdermilk, CB Jordan Mabin, LB Ryan Mueller, TE Brian Parker, S Adrian Phillips, CB Lowell Rose, RB Dreamius Smith, QBBrad Sorensen, DT Damion Square, LB Colton Underwood, G Kenny Wiggins, WR Austin Pettis, TEJohn Phillips 

Oakland Raiders
Released: RB Trent Richardson P Steven Clark, CB Robertson Daniel, CB James Dockery, DB Ras-I Dowling, QBCody Fajardo, WR Josh Harper, WR Trindon Holliday, G Lamar Mady, RB Trent Richardson, WR Kenbrell Thompkins, WR Milton Williams III 

Final Cut: RB George Atkinson III, G Mitch Bell, RB Michael Dyer, LB Spencer Hadley, DE Shelby Harris, T Dan Kistler, TE Brian Leonhardt, DT Ricky Lumpkin, S Tevin McDonald, DT Leon Orr, LBJosh Shirley, K Giorgio Tavecchio, DE Max Valles, DE Gary Wilkins, WR Devon Wylie, WR Kris Durham, S Taylor Mays, QB Christian Ponder, DL C.J. Wilson 

NFC East
Washington Redskins
Released: TE Ernst Brun, LB Dyshawn Davis, TE Chase Dixon, CB Tajh Hasson, LB Alonzo Highsmith, CB DreQuan Hoskey, WR Tony Jones, K Ty Long, TE Devin Mahina, G Bryce Quigley, OT Willie Smith, CB Thomas Wolfe, CB Bryan McCann

Final Cut: LB Houston Bates, WR Reggie Bell, RB Mack Brown, FB Jordan Campbell, OT Takoby Cofield, DE Corey Crawford, DB DaMon Cromartie-Smith, S Akeem Davis, WR/CB Quinton Dunbar, TE Je'Ron Hamm, LB Sage Harold, C/G Tyler Larsen, WR Colin Lockett, LB Terrance Plummer, C Auatin Reiter, DL Travian Robertson, WR Evan Spencer, DL Robert Thomas, TE D.J. Williams, RBTrey Williams, DT Jerrell Powe 

Philadelphia Eagles
Released: CB Marc Anthony, S Brandan Bishop, OL Mike Coccia, OL Kevin Graf, DE Alfy Hill, WR Mike Johnson, WR G.J. Kinne, LB Dasman McCullum, WR Josh Reese, DE Jeremy Towns, TE Justin Tukes, OL Jared Wheeler

Final Cut: QB Tim Tebow, WR Rasheed Bailey, OL Brett Boyko, OL Malcolm Bunche, CB Randall Evans, TE Andrew Gleichert, LB Najee Goode, WR Jeff Maehl, WR Freddie Martino, DE Brian Mihalik, OL John Moffitt, RB Raheem Mostert, WR Quron Pratt, S Chris Prosinski, DT Travis Raciti, SEd Reynolds, LB Deontae Skinner, P Kip Smith, TE Eric Tomlinson, OL Julian Vandervelde, LBDiaheem Watkins, DB Jaylen Watkins 

New York Giants
Released: OL Michael Bamiro, WR Juron Criner, G Eric Herman, S Justin Halley, RB Akeem Hunt, WR Derrick Johnson, P Robert Malone, OL Brandon Mosley, DL Jordan Stanton, DL Jimmy Staten, TE Will Tye

Final Cut: WR James Jones, P Steve Weatherford, K Chris Boswell, FB Henry Hynoski, LB Ashlee Palmer, TE Adrien Robinson, LB Jameel McClain, CB Chykie Brown, S Jeromy Miles, OL Adam Gettis, OL Emmett Cleary, OL Sean Donnelly, WR Julian Talley, RB Kenneth Harper, QB Ricky Stanzi, DL Dominique Hamilton, DL Brad Bars, LB Cole Farrand, DB Chandler Fenner, DB C.J. Conway, WR Corey Washington 
Dallas Cowboys
Released: TE Brandon Barden, WR Phil Bates, DE Kenneth Boatright, LB Jonathan Brown, TR.J. Dill, WR Antwan Goodley, RB Michael Hill, P Tom Hornsey, LS Casey Kreiter, WRDavid Porter, CB Robert Steeples, DT Carlif Taylor

Final Cut: C Shane McDermott, DE Ben Gardner, FB Ray Agnew, LB Donnie Baggs, WR Clyde Gates, OT Laurence Gibson, WR Nick Harwell, WR A.J. Jenkins, LB Dakorey Johnson, RB Gus Johnson, RB Ben Malena, DE Efe Obada, C Ronald Patrick, CB Joel Ross, S Tim Scott, QB Jameill Showers, QB Dustin Vaughan, OT John Wetzel, LB Ka'Lial Glaud, CB Rod Sweeting 

NFC North
Minnesota Vikings
Released: RB Joe Banyard, TE Brandon Bostick, CB Jalil Carter, CB Justin Coleman, WR DaVaris Daniels, T Stephen Goodin, LB Josh Kaddu, WR Jordan Leslie, DE Caesar Rayford, DT Chrishon Rose, CB DeMarcus Van Dyke, OT Carter Bykowski

Final Cut: OT Babatunde Aiyegbusi, DT Chigbo Anunoby, DE B.J. DuBose, G Isame Faciane, CTom Farniok, WR Donte Foster, WR Isaac Fruechte, S Anthony Harris, RB DuJuan Harris, DT Greg Hickman, DE Leon Mackey, LB Michael Mauti, LB Brian Peters, CB Shaun Prater, FB Blake Renaud, CB Josh Thomas, OT Tyrus Thompson, C Bob Vardaro, LB Brandon Watts, WR Ryan Whalen, RBDominique Williams, OL David Yankey 

Detroit Lions
Released: TE Deon Butler, WR Ryan Broyles, QB Garret Gilbert, WR Vernon Johnson, RB Desmond Martin, DT Roy Philon, CB Jocquel Skinner, CB R.J. Stanford, DE Erik Williams

Final Cut: CB Crezdon Butler, QB Kellen Moore, RB George Winn, RB Emil Igwenagu, WR Jeremy Ross, WR Greg Salas, TE Joseph Fauria, TE Casey Pierce, OL Braxston Cave, OL Torrian Wilson, OL Xavier Proctor, OL Joe Madsen, OL Al Bond, DL Larry Webster, DL Corey Wootton, DL Jermelle Cudjo, DL Jerel Worthy, DL Kerry Hyder, LB Julian Stanford, DB Isaiah Johnson, DB Brian Suite, DBNate Ness 

Chicago Bears
Released: CB Tim Jennings, DB Malcolm Bronson, TE Kevin Greene, T Cameron Jefferson, WR Jeremy Kelley, CB Al Louis-Jean, LS Rick Lovato, WR Levi Norwood, DE Olsen Pierre, TE Chris Pantale, WR John Chiles

Final Cut: LB Jonathan Anderson, LB David Bass, CB Qumain Black, G Conor Boffeli, DT Brandon Dunn, QB Zac Dysert, CB Jacoby Glenn, WR Rashad Lawrence, G Tyler Moore, G Michael Ola, TEGannon Sinclair, WR Emughedi Umodu, LB Matthew Wells, DT Terry Williams, LB Kyle Woestmann, DE David Carter, LB Mason Foster, TE Bear Pascoe, TE Dante Rosario 

Green Bay Packers
Released: LB Tavarus Dantzler, T Fabbians Ebbele, LB Josh Francis, DT Lavon Hooks, T Vince Kowalski

Final Cut: LWR Jared Abbrederis, LB Carl Bradford, RB John Crockett, S Jean Fanor, C Garth Gerhart, CB Tay Glover-Wright, TE Mitchell Henry, RB Rajion Neal, TE Justin Perillo, C/G Andy Phillips, DT Christian Ringo, G Matt Rotheram, LB Joe Thomas, DT Khyri Thornton, LB James Vaughters, T Jeremy Vujnovich, RB Ryan White, WR Ed Williams 

NFC South
Carolina Panthers
Released: OT Tony Hills, WR Paul Browning, WR Avius Capers, DE Steve Miller, LB Kevin Reddick, TE Dallas Walker, FB Lee Ward, P Matt Wile

Final Cut: DT Chas Alecxih, S Marcus Ball, WR Brenton Bersin, LB Brian Blechen, WR Mike Brown, CB Carrington Byndom, WR Damiere Byrd, DE Rakim Cox, OT David Foucault, LB Adarius Glanton, CB T.J. Heath, TE Marcus Lucas, C Jordan McCray, DT Terry Redden, TE Scott Simonson, G Martin Wallace, CB Lou Young, C Brian Folkerts

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Released: RB Dominique Brown, DT Quayshawne Buckley, OL Antoine Everett, LS Brandon Hartson, FB Joey Iosefa, S Kimario McFadden, P Karl Schmitz, CB Al-Hajj Shabazz, DEGeorge Uko, DE Jamal Young, P Michael Koenen

Final Cut: K Connor Barth, DE Da'Quan Bowers, LB Larry Dean, DE Lawrence Sidbury, CB Jude Adjei-Barimah, WR Kaelin Clay, T Edawn Coughman, DE Ryan Delaire, CB Brandon Dixon, WRDonteea Dye, CB Isaiah Frey, OL Garrett Gilkey, S Chris Hackett, LB Khaseem Greene, LB Josh Keyes, WR Tavarres King, QB Seth Lobato, DT Caushaud Lyons, K Patrick Murphy, OL Patrick Omameh 

Atlanta Falcons
Released:  LB Boris Anyama, LB Jonathon Mincy, WR Marquez Clark, RB Michael Ford, WR John Harris, DT Warren Herring, NT Derrick Hopkins, OT Matt Huffer, CB Mike Lee, G Eric Lefeld, LB Terrell Manning, DE Sam Meredith, C Valerian Ume-Ezeoke

Final Cut: S Sean Baker, QB Rex Grossman, LB Terrell Manning, DE Cliff Matthews, TJake Rodgers, G Jared Smith, CB Kevin White, QB T.J. Yates, LB Derek Akunne, OL Pierce Burton, CB Akeem King, OL Eric Lefeld, LB Stansly Maponga, DT Joey Mbu, WR Carlton Mitchell, LB Tyler Ctarr, OL Adam Replogle, RB Jerome Smith, TE D.J. Tialavea 

New Orleans Saints
Released: Wr Nick Toon, CB Terrence Frederick, WR R.J. Harris, DT David Hunter, OT Antonio Johnson, WR Lance Lewis, G Cole Manhart, CB Travis Manning, DE Markus Pierce-Brewster, LB Chris Young, FB Erik Lorig, LB Ronald Powell, S Vinnie Sunseri

Final Cut: LB Parys Haralson, LB Justin Anderson, RB Edwin Baker, T Nick Becton, TE Orson Charles, LB Henry Coley, LB Jerry Franklin, G Mike Golic, QB Ryan Griffin, T Bryce Harris, T Sean Hickey, K Dustin Hopkins, DB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, WR Seantavius Jones, G Cyril Lemon, TE Chris Manhertz, RB Toben Opurum, DB Sammy Seamster, S Pierre Warren 

NFC West
San Francisco 49ers
Released: K Corey Acosta, LB Steve Beauharnais, CB Mylan Hicks, T Sean Hooey, WR Mario Hull, WR Chuck Jacobs, WR Nigel King, LB Shawn Lemon, FB Trey Millard, DL Lawrence Okoye

Final Cut: WR Issac Blakeney, S Craig Dahl, DT Darnell Dockett, G Joe Looney, OL Patrick Miller, LB Philip Wheeler, WR DiAndre Campbell, CB Marcus Cromartie, G/C Dillon Farrell, RB Kendall Gaskins, TE Xavier Grimble, CB Leon McFadden, LB Nick Moody, DT Kaleb Ramsey, OL Justin Renfrow, DL Marcus Rush, DT Garrison Smith, QB Dylan Thompson, G Andrew Tiller, S Jermaine Whitehead 

Seattle Seahawks
Released: T Jesse Davis, CB George Farmer, WR Deshon Foxx, WR Deontay Greenberry, CB Keelan Johnson, LB Quayshawn Nealy, DE Greg Scruggs, S Ty Zimmerman, FB Brandon Cottom, CB Triston Wade

Final Cut: RB Robert Turbin, CB Will Blackmon, TE Anthony McCoy, LB Tyrell Adams, TE RaShaun Allen, QB R.J. Archer, DE Obum Gwacham, S Keenan Lambert, DT T.Y. McGill, CB Douglas McNeill III, S Ronald Martin Jr., G KeaVon Milton, S Ryan Murphy, G/C Will Pericak, LB Eric Pinkins, OTTerry Poole, LB Alex Singleton, WR Kevin Smith, RB Rod Smith, DE Julius Warmsley, WR Kasen Williams 

Arizona Cardinals
Released: P Dave Zastudil, LB Lorenzo Alexander, LB Glenn Carson, G Nate Isles, LB Edwin Jackson, LB Andrae Kirk, S Shaquille Richardson, TE Gannon Sinclair, WR Ryan Spadola, S Darren Woodard

Final Cut: T Cameron Bradfield, CB Cariel Brooks, CB Jonte Green, G Jon Halapio, WR Trevor Harman, RB Robert Hughes, S Harold Jones-Quartey, RB Paul Lasike, LB Gabe Martin, G Antoine McClain, CB C.J. Roberts, DE Matt Shaughnessy, WR Jaxon Shipley, QB Phillip Sims, G/C Anthony Steen, NT Alameda Ta'amu, QB Logan Thomas, S Anthony Walters, RB Kerwynn Williams 

St. Louis Rams

OT T Steven Baker, OT Travis Bond, CB Imoan Claiborne, S Jay Hughes
, LS Tyler Ott, K/P Michael Palardy, WR Tyler Slavin
, TE Brad Smelley, LB Korey Toomer, C David Wang

Final Cut: LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar, T Isaiah Battle, TE Alex Bayer, WR Emory Blake, RB Malcolm Brown, S Christian Bryant, TE Justice Cunningham, QB Austin Davis, DT marcus Forston, CB Montell Garner, S Jacob Hagen, DE Martin Ifedi, C Barrett Jones, FB Zach Laskey, DE Matt Longacre, LBMarshall McFadden, CB Brandon McGee, CB Trovan Reed, WR Daniel Rodriguez, DT Louis Trinca-Pasat, G Brandon Washington 

There are still some good free agent players still available: TE Jermaine Gresham, RB Chris Johnson, RB Peyton Hillis, RB Benjarvus Greene Ellis, RB Steven Jackson, RB Ray Rice, RB Knowshon Moreno, RB Ben Tate, RB Shonn Greene, RB Ronnie Brown, WR Ace Sanders, WR Josh Cribbs, WR Wes Welker

Notable Cuts: 

For the Fantasy Football Fans, these are some guys to forget about completely...
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