49ers cut 22 to get to their 53-man roster

Sep 3, 2010 at 3:41 PM--


Even though the deadline is not until 6 p.m. on Saturday, the San Francisco 49ers got to work early on their roster cuts. The team cut 22 players today, bringing their roster count down to the mandatory 53.

Quarterback Nate Davis was not among those cuts after there were a few whispers that the team might let him go.

Below is a list of all the players cut today (listed alphabetically).

K Shane Andrus
LB Mike Balogun
QB Jarrett Brown
FB Jehuu Caulcrick
TE Tony Curtis
LB Bruce Davis
G Brian de la Puente
TE Joe Finley
WR Bobby Guillory
WR Jason Hill
WR Kevin Jurovich
T Matt Kopa
LB Keaton Kristick
S Chris Maragos
FB Brit Miller
DT Khalif Mitchell
CB Karl Paymah
RB Michael Robinson
DT Will Tukuafu
DT Derek Walker
C Cody Wallace
LB Matt Wilhelm





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