The NFL trades some players to make room for others


The NFL announced Tuesday that it has traded a few players to allow others to be added to its roster.

The players to be traded were defensive lineman David DeCastro, running back Reggie Bush, wide receiver Marvin Jones, cornerback DeAndre Carter, tight end Jared Cook, wide receivers Kenny Stills and Andre Johnson, defensive tackle Deone Bucannon, linebacker DeAndre Levy, cornerback A.J. Bouye, wideouts Kenny Stokes and Andre Davis, cornerback Dwayne Allen, safety Tyvis Powell, linebacker J.

J Tomsula and cornerback Arie Kouandjio.

The other players to go are defensive lineman Joe Staley, tight ends Zach Sudfeld and Joe Kugler, wideout Terrence Brooks and safety Brandon Brooks.

The league also said it will waive the salaries of all current players on the active roster.

It will also waive the franchise tag on the franchise players.

The move leaves the league with a roster of 25 players, but allows for a third-year option on four players.

The teams that are still without players will be allowed to make roster cuts, though the NFL said the first cut will be made on Thursday.

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