While NFL teams do not have to reduce their 90-man rosters for the foreseeable future, there are always adjustments made in training camp.
The Dallas Cowboys made one such move earlier today, when they released Aaron Hansford, an undrafted rookie linebacker.
Hansford, a former Texas A&M standout, began training camp on the PUP (Physically Unable to Perform) list.
He was released after he had passed his physical. Although the NFL can be a cold place, Hansford is hopeful that he will get another chance now that he is healthy.
Cowboys rookie LB Aaron Hansford began training camp on PUP list. Upon passing his physical, he has been waived, team announced.
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) August 3, 2022
The Cowboys still have one spot on their roster. They won’t need to wait long to fill the spot.
Dallas will begin preseason play on August 13 with a match against the Broncos.