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NFL 2019 potential cap casualties: Defense

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We move to the defensive side of the ball to finish out our list of potential offseason cuts aka ‘cap casualties.’

Defensive interior

Marcus Cannon, Patriots

Timmy Jernigan, Eagles

Cory Liuget, Chargers

Xavier Williams, Chiefs

Michael Brockers, Rams

Malik Jackson, Jaguars

Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers

Derek Wolfe, Broncos

Beau Allen, Buccaneers

Edge rushers

Adrian Clayborn, Patriots

Michael Bennett, Eagles

Justin Houston, Chiefs

Olivier Vernon, Giants

Vinny Curry, Buccaneers

Everson Griffen, Vikings

Vic Beasley, Falcons

Robert Quinn, Dolphins

Andre Branch, Dolphins

Barkevious Mingo, Seahawks

William Gholston, Buccaneers

Chris Smith, Browns


Sean Lee, Cowboys

Reggie Raglans, Chiefs

A.J. Klein, Saints

Nick Perry, Packers

Anthony Levine, Ravens

Brian Cushing, Texans

Julian Stanford, Bills

Zach Brown, Washington

Brandon Marshall, Broncos

Malcolm Smith, 49ers

Brooks Reed, Falcons

Jamie Collins, Browns


Aqib Talib, Rams

Marcus Peters, Rams

Jimmy Smith, Ravens

Johnathan Joseph, Texans

Janoris Jenkins, Giants

Josh Norman, Washington

Darian Stewart, Broncos

Nevin Lawson, Lions

Antoine Bethea, Cardinals

Robert Alford, Falcons

T.J. Carrie, Browns


Rodney McLeod, Eagles

Jahleel Addae, Chargers

Daniel Sorensen, Chiefs

Eric Berry, Chiefs

Kurt Coleman, Saints

Eric Weddle, Ravens

Tashaun Gipson, Jaguars

Andrew Sendejo, Vikings

Kam Chancellor, Seahawks

Glover Quin, Lions

Johnathan Cyprien, Titans

Morgan Burnett, Steelers

See the offensive players