Cut Tracker: 49ers release Nick Moody, Dylan Thompson, others

Sep 5, 2015 at 10:14 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers started yesterday with the release of players like DT Darnell Dockett and G/C Joe Looney. Looney was the final player left on the roster from the 49ers' 2012 draft class.

Earlier today, the 49ers traded a conditional draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens for C Nick Easton, an undrafted free agent out of Harvard.

Today's releases started with G Andrew Tiller and QB Dylan Thompson. Thompson may still have a good chance to make the team as a member of its practice squad.

Teams must reach a 53 player roster by today at 1 PM Pacific. Including those from yesterday, the following is a list of players that the 49ers have released or no longer count toward the roster with the latest roster casualties at the bottom.

Players Released

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

Players to Injured Reserve

RB Kendall Hunter
TE Busta Anderson

Players Suspended

WR Jerome Simpson

It is important to note Simpson's suspension to start the season, meaning he will not count toward the team's 53-man roster.

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