GREEN BAY, WI - AUGUST 16: David Sims #36 of the Cleveland Browns returns an interception for a touchdown against the Green Bay Packers during a preseason game at Lambeau Field on August 16, 2012 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
Cuts are coming fast and furious around the NFL, with more than 700 players getting the boot on Friday. The St. Louis Rams continue to make cuts, but they will also be keeping a close eye on the players being cut elsewhere around the league. So which names so far could make the most sense for the Rams?
Joselio Hanson, CB - St. Louis is pretty deep at corner with young guys, but if they wanted a veteran hand, Hanson could be a great pickup. He's a natural slot guy, which gives them some flexibility with Cortland Finnegan who often slides inside on nickel packages.
Deion Branch, WR - At 33, Branch doesn't have much left to give a team other than experience.
Marvin McNutt, WR - This was a surprise cut. The Iowa product has the makeup to be a solid possession receiver, but has questions about his speed and explosiveness.
Evan Moore, TE - Nothing Cleveland does should surprise you, and they lost a talented pass catcher in Moore. This is one that the Rams should seriously take a look at to bolster their tight ends behind Lance Kendricks. Would be an upgrade over Michael Hoomanawanui.
David Sims, S - Word is the Browns want to sneak him onto the practice squad, but he might not make it after a strong preseason. He picked off two passes, one for a touchdown, working as the Browns' third safety.