A few more cuts of note today, with Julius Jones the most prominent. Again, no huge surprise here, but it's nice news for owners of Justin Forsett and Leon Washington. I continue to believe a healthy Washington will be the primary ballcarrier in Seattle's offense, but there's little doubt Forsett will also get his fair share of the action. At least they'll both be spared the five or six carries that would have been wasted on Julius.
Former 49ers RB Michael Robinson was picked up by Seattle today, but he's strictly cheap injury insurance.
J.T. O'Sullivan, once an over-hyped fantasy prospect for the 49ers, was released by the Bengals.
Andre Brown was claimed by the RB-challenged Broncos, one day after the Giants cut him.
Cleveland released Chris Jennings.
The Jags gave up on Troy Williamson.
The Lions dumped WR Dennis Northcutt.
Former Dolphins WR Patrick Turner landed with the Jets.
Fantasy flash in the pan David Clowney was cut by the Jets.
And for the few people who thought my projection of Jermichael Finley as the top TE of 2010 was crazy because Spencer Havner would poach some of his red-zone targets, I'm pleased to report that Havner is no longer a Packer. So, thppppppppppppt!