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SOURCE: https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2851885-best-players-available-after-nfl-roster-cuts
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But because of Thomas' production in the final preseason game, teams in need of wide receiver help like the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins may pursue him on the open market. The 26-year-old recorded 81 receptions for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns in 33 games.While Doctson's early exit from Washington raises eyebrows about his ceiling, he'll have a second chance to perform at the level of a top-25 pick. He only converted 44.9 percent of targets into catches that season, but as a third option in the passing attack with the Vikings, the TCU product could show improvement in their second stint together.With less pressure on Doctson to blossom into a lead wide receiver, he could potentially carve out a role behind Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs.The Eagles opted to keep undrafted rookie Nate Herbig, which likely spelled the end for Stefen Wisniewski in Philadelphia for the moment. On a depleted front line, the seven-year veteran could lead this team in sacks playing in a full-time starting role.In July, the Redskins released linebacker Mason Foster days before their first training camp practice. He's coming off a solid year, registering 81 solo tackles, four for loss, a sack, four pass breakups and two interceptions in a full 16-game season.Typically, teams don't pay big bucks to inside linebackers, but Foster can garner a decent one-year deal to fill a starting role.

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