For now, it's Shaun Hill, Sorensen, and UDFA Joel Stave. Orlovsky is probably most known for his infamous touchback with the Lions where he unknowingly ran out the back of the end zone. Head coach Dirk Koetter was Le Fevour's OC in Jacksonville in 2011 while QBs coach Mike Bajakian was his OC in college at Central Michigan.

A 2005 fifth-rounder of the Lions, Orlovsky started 12 career games (seven in 2008 for Detroit and five for the 2011 Colts) and threw 15 career touchdowns to 13 interceptions. Once considered a first-round talent, Hundley failed to improve his stock in his junior year at UCLA, falling all the way to the fifth round. The 29-year-old has spent his last four seasons in the CFL, most recently playing for the Montreal Alouettes.

Now he's a distant fourth on the Packers' depth chart behind Blanchard, a former undrafted free agent who has yet to appear in an NFL game. He's merely a depth signing and probably won't make it out of camp. Trainor went undrafted out of West Georgia in 2015.

That gives the Bills a fourth quarterback behind Tyrod Taylor, E. He tried out for the Bills and Raiders last offseason but never earned a roster spot.

Signed to a three-year deal last March, Abdul-Quddus showed well as a 15-game starter his first year in Miami. Abdul-Quddus was signed to a three-year deal last offseason and started all 15 games up to this point, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. Miami has now lost both its starting safeties after SS Reshad Jones (shoulder) was lost earlier in the year.

Special teamers Michael Thomas and Baccari Rambo will operate as the starters for the Wild Card Fins.

It's a good get for Miami, as at the very least, Abdul-Quddus will be an asset on special teams.

He'll get the first crack at the starting gig next to SS Reshad Jones.

A failed 2015 third-round pick out of Colorado State, Grayson never made a move to establish himself as Drew Brees' long-term backup in New Orleans.

The Saints chose Luke Mc Cown over him last year and Chase Daniel this year.

Along with Kinne, Philadelphia cut CB Marc Anthony, S Brandan Bishop, C Mike Coccia, T Kevin Graf, DE Alfy Hill, WR Mike Johnson, OLB Dasman Mc Cullum, WR Josh Reese, DE Jeremy Towns, TE Justin Tukes and OL Jared Wheeler.