Cutdown day slashes Seattle
Matt Leinart, 10 unrestricted free agents, backup QBs are among day's losers
The NFL's final cutdown to 53 players on Saturday was crazier than usual.
The Seahawks' cuts went a little bit deeper than expected when Alex Gibbs, one of the best offensive line coaches of his era, quit, creating more turmoil for a line that has seen plenty of it for years. The Seahawks also decided to pay wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh $7 million to go away, leaving one of the league's top slot receivers available for anyone to sign at a bargain-basement price.
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