NFL Practice Squad Tracker: Team-by-Team Roster Signings Ahead of 2023 NFL Season

With every team's 53-man roster set following cutdown day, here is who each team has signed to their practice squad entering the 2023 NFL season.

Now NFL fans know who’s on their favorite team’s 53-man roster ahead of 2023. But who will comprise the practice squads? Here’s who’s helping fill all 32 teams in the league by each division.

Looking for every roster cut done by your favorite team? Want to know which players are claimed off of the waiver wire? Check out our updated NFL transactions and cuts tracker.

AFC East

Buffalo Bills

  • DB Ja’Marcus Ingram | Source ESPN
  • CB Kyron Brown | Source Jordan Schultz
  • LB Christian Kirksey | Source NFL Network
  • DT Eli Ankou
  • WR Marcell Ateman
  • DE Cameron Kline
  • OL Richard Gouraige
  • WR Andy Isabella
  • OL Kevin Jarvis
  • RB Ty Johnson
  • OL Greg Mancz
  • WR Tyrell Shavers
  • WR Bryan Thompson
  • DT Kevin Vickers
  • TE Joel Wilson

Miami Dolphins

  • CB Ethan Bonner
  • DE Randy Charlton
  • TE Tanner Conner
  • LB Cameron Goode
  • DT Da’Shawn Hand
  • LB Alexander (A.J.) Johnson
  • WR Braylon Sanders
  • OL Alama Uluave.

New England Patriots

Source: Mike Reiss (unless stated)

  • QB Bailey Zappe
  • RB Ty Montgomery II
  • P Corliss Waitman
  • QB/WR Malik Cunningham
  • S Joshuah Bledsoe
  • RB Kevin Harris
  • LB Calvin Munson
  • LB Joe Giles-Harris
  • OT Andrew Stueber
  • C/G Kody Russey
  • WR Thyrick Pitts
  • TE Pharaoh Brown
  • TE Matt Sokol

New York Jets

  • LB Caleb Johnson | Source Aaron Wilson
  • QB Tim Boyle | Source Rich Cimini
  • TE Zack Kuntz
  • DL Tanzel Smart
  • OL Adam Pankey
  • DL Marquiss Spencer
  • LB Samuel Equavoen
  • CB Craig James
  • CB Nehemiah Shelton
  • DB Trey Dean

AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

Source Jeff Zrebiec

  • QB Anthony Brown
  • OL TyKeem Doss
  • DB Jeremy Lucien
  • OL Tashawn Manning
  • FB/TE Ben Mason
  • OLB Jeremiah Moon
  • C Sam Mustipher
  • DL Rayshad Nichols
  • ILB Josh Ross
  • WR Sean Ryan
  • WR Laquon Treadwell
  • TE Travis Vokolek
  • RB Owen Wright

Cincinnati Bengals

  • DL Domenique Davis
  • RB/WR Demtric Felton (pending physical)
  • CB Allan George
  • OL Nate Gilliam
  • DE Jeff Gunter
  • QB Will Grier
  • LB Shaka Heyward
  • TE Tanner Hudson
  • WR Sheldrick Jackson
  • CB Sidney Jones
  • OL Jaxson Kirkland
  • WR Kwamie Lassiter II
  • WR Stanley Morgan
  • LB Tyler Murray
  • S Mike Thomas

Cleveland Browns

  • CB Lorenzo Burns
  • WR Jaelon Darden
  • G Michaell Dunn
  • RB Hassan Hall
  • DT Trysten Hill
  • DE Sam Kamara
  • S Tanner McCalister
  • TE Zaire Mitchell-Paden
  • DE Lonnie Phelps
  • LB Charlie Thomas III
  • DE Isaiah Thomas
  • WR Austin Watkins
  • K Lucas Havrisik
  • T Alex Leatherwood
  • QB P.J. Walker
  • CB Kahlef Hailassie (claimed via waivers from the Kansas City Chiefs. Source: Browns)

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • CB Luq Barco
  • CB Anthony Brown
  • DL Breiden Fehoko
  • DL Jonathan Marshall
  • LB David Perales
  • RB Greg Bell
  • S Trenton Thompson
  • TE Rodney Williams
  • WR Dez Fitzpatrick

AFC South

Houston Texans

Indianapolis Colts

  • LB Liam Anderson
  • S Henry Black
  • S Marcel Dabo
  • RB Jake Funk
  • S Ronnie Harrison Jr.
  • RB Jason Huntley
  • WR D.J. Montgomery
  • DE Al-Quadin Muhammad
  • LB Donavan Mutin
  • WR Amari Rodgers
  • DT Caleb Sampson
  • OT Dan Skipper
  • WR Mike Strachan
  • CB Isaac Taylor-Stuart
  • CB Kevin Toliver II
  • WR Juwann Winfree

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • OL Chandler Brewer
  • CB Tevaugh Campbell
  • OLB D.J. Coleman
  • RB Snoop Conner
  • OL Coy Cronk
  • DL De’Shaan Dixon
  • CB Erick Hallett II
  • WR Jacob Harris
  • LB Dequan Jackson
  • TE Derek Parish
  • QB Nathan Rourke
  • OL Darryl Williams
  • WR Seth Williams

Tennessee Titans

  • OLB Thomas Rush | Source NFL Network
  • CB Eric Garror | Source Justin M
  • K Cade York | Source ESPN
  • WR Mason Kinsey | Source Justin M
  • TE Thomas Odukoya | Source Justin M
  • LB Chance Campbell | Source Turron Davenport
  • DB Shyheim Carter
  • DL Michael Dwumfour
  • WR Tre’Shaun Harrison
  • CB Armani Marsh
  • DL T.K. McLendon
  • OT John Ojukwu
  • OLB Sam Okuayinonu
  • DT Kyle Peko
  • TE Kevin Rader
  • OG Jordan Roos
  • OL Andrew Rupich

AFC West

Denver Broncos

  • QB Ben DiNucci
  • RB Tyler Badie
  • RB Dwayne Washington
  • WR Lil’Jordan Humphrey
  • WR Phillip Dorsett
  • WR David Sills
  • WR Michael Bandy
  • OL Will Sherman
  • OL Demontrey Jacobs
  • DL Tyler Lancaster
  • DL PJ Mustipher
  • DL Jordan Jackson
  • OLB Marcus Haynes
  • CB Art Green
  • DB Devon Key
  • TE Lucas Krull
  • DL Haggai Ndubusi (*IPP roster exception)
  • WR David Sills | Source Jordan Schultz

Kansas City Chiefs

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Jaydon Grant | Source Aaron Wilson
  • DT Matthew Butler | Source Tashan Reed
  • WR Devin Ross | Source Paul Gutierrez
  • WR Anthony Wesley | Source Tom Pelissero
  • WR Marquez Callaway (via waivers from the New Orleans Saints)

Los Angeles Chargers

  • OLB Brevin Allen
  • OT Zack Bailey
  • WR Terrell Bynum
  • DL Jerrod Clark
  • DE Christian Covington
  • WR Keelan Doss
  • QB Max Duggan
  • OLB Andrew Farmer
  • CB Matt Hankins
  • TE Hunter Kampmoyer
  • DL CJ Okoye
  • OL Austen Pleasants

NFC East

Dallas Cowboys

Source Todd Archer (unless stated)

  • OL Earl Bostick
  • CB Josh Butler
  • RB Malik Davis
  • TE Princeton Fant
  • CB C.J. Goodwin
  • OL Brock Hoffman
  • LB Malik Jefferson
  • DE Durrell Johnson
  • WR Tyron Johnson
  • TE Sean McKeon
  • WR Jalen Moreno-Cropper
  • DB Sheldrick Redwine
  • DE Tyrus Wheat
  • OL Sean Harlow | Source Dan Duggan
  • CB Josh Butler | Source Michael Gehlken
  • WR Tyron Johnson | Source Michael Gehlken

Philadelphia Eagles

  • WR Devon Allen
  • WR Britain Covey
  • CB Mehki Garner
  • OL Julian Good-Jones
  • DE Tarron Jackson
  • LB Kyron Johnson
  • S Tristin McCollum
  • WR Joseph Ngata
  • TE Brady Russell
  • P Arryn Siposs
  • OL Brett Toth
  • LB Ben VanSumeren
  • WR Greg Ward

New York Giants

  • OL Tyre Phillips
  • LB Darrian Beavers
  • DL Ryder Anderson
  • S Alex Cook
  • EDGE Oshane Ximines
  • EDGE Tomon Fox
  • WR Cole Beasley
  • LB Dyontae Johnson
  • QB Tommy DeVito
  • CB Amani Oruwariye
  • CB Gemon Green
  • CB Amani Oruwariye
  • TE Ryan Jones

Washington Commanders

  • T Alex Akingbulu
  • WR Kazmeir Allen
  • TE/FB Alex Armah
  • DE William Bradley-King
  • G Mason Brooks
  • S Terrell Burgess
  • CB Tariq Castro-Fields
  • LB Jabril Cox
  • QB Jake Fromm
  • RB Derrick Gore
  • LB De’Jon Harris
  • T Jaryd Jones-Smith
  • C Nolan Laufenberg
  • DT Benning Potoa’e
  • WR Brycen Tremayne
  • CB Nick Whiteside II

NFC North

Chicago Bears

  • LB Micah Baskerville
  • DL Travis Bell
  • FB Robert Burns
  • TE Stephen Carlson
  • OL Aviante Collins
  • LB DeMarquis Gates
  • DL Jalen Harris
  • OL Roy Mbaeteka
  • DB Greg Stroman Jr.
  • WR Nsimba Webster
  • DB Kendall Williamson

Detroit Lions

  • K Michael Badgley | Source Dave Birkett
  • OT Connor Galvin | Source Dave Birkett
  • RB Zonova Knight
  • WR Maurice Alexander
  • OL Kayode Awosika

Green Bay Packers

  • TE Austin Allen
  • CB Corey Balentine
  • LB Keyshan Banks
  • WR Grant DuBose
  • C James Empey
  • CB/S Innis Gaines
  • QB Alex McGough
  • WR Bo Melton
  • LB Arron Mosby
  • LB Kenneth Odumegwu
  • FB Henry Pearson
  • S Benny Sapp III
  • DL Chris Slayton
  • RB Patrick Taylor
  • T Kadeem Telfort
  • CB Kiondre Thomas

Minnesota Vikings

  • C Alan Ali
  • CB C.J. Coldon Jr.
  • DL Sheldon Day
  • WR Lucky Jackson
  • WR Trishton Jackson
  • RB DeWayne McBride
  • DL T.J. Smith
  • WR Thayer Thomas
  • OLB Luiji Vilain
  • OLB Benton Whitley
  • CB Jaylin Williams
  • CB Joejuan Williams

NFC South

Atlanta Falcons

  • DB Micah Abernathy
  • DB Natrone Brooks
  • OL Justin Shaffer
  • DL Timmy Horne
  • RB Godwin Igwebuike
  • DL LaCale London
  • WR Matthew Sexton
  • OL Tyler Vrabel
  • OL Barry Wesley
  • LB Andre Smith
  • TE Parker Hesse
  • TE Tucker Fisk
  • WR Xavier Malone
  • OLB Kemoko Turay

Carolina Panthers

New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • WR Cephus Johnson
  • WR Ryan Miller
  • TE Tanner Taula
  • OT Silas Dzansi
  • LB J.J. Russell
  • LB Brandon Bouyer-Randle
  • OLB Jose Ramirez
  • S Richard LeCounte
  • DL C.J. Brewer
  • WR David Moore
  • OL Luke Haggard
  • OL Raiqwon O’Neal
  • CB Keenan Isaac
  • QB John Wolford

NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

Source: Tyler Drake (unless stated)

  • WR Andre Baccellia,
  • WR Kaden Davis
  • OL Hayden Howerton
  • OL Jackson Barton
  • CB Quavian White
  • CB Bobby Price
  • S Andre Chachere
  • QB Jeff Driskel
  • RB Corey Clement
  • DL Eric Banks
  • TE Bernhard Seikovits

Los Angeles Rams

  • OT AJ Acuri
  • OT/OG Logan Bruss
  • DT Marquise Copeland
  • RB Royce Freeman
  • DB Tanner Ingle
  • WR Tyler Johnson
  • TE Nikola Kalinic
  • OT Mike McAllister
  • DB Cameron McCutcheon
  • OG Grant Miller
  • LB Troy Reeder
  • QB Brett Rypien
  • WR Xavier Smith
  • OLB Keir Thomas II
  • WR Austin Trammell

San Francisco 49ers

  • FB Jack Colletto
  • DT Marlon Davidson
  • DT T.Y. McGill
  • LB Curtis Robinson
  • OT Leroy Watson
  • DT Alex Barrett
  • WR Chris Conley
  • TE Troy Fumagalli
  • OL Alfredo Gutierrez
  • RB Brian Hill
  • CB Qwuantrezz Knight
  • OL Corey Luciano
  • WR Tay Martin
  • WR Willie Snead IV
  • CB Tre Swilling
  • OL Leroy Watson IV
  • WR Isaiah Winston

Seattle Seahawks

What Is a Practice Squad in the NFL?

The practice squad is an extension of every NFL team, allowing them to have extra players in-house in case there are significant injuries or the team believes the players they chose to keep need more development.

One example is the 2022 Los Angeles Rams. As injuries piled up, the Rams were forced to elevate names like RB Ronnie Rivers to fill backfield space and C Jeremiah Kolone to aid an offensive line decimated with injuries.

How Much Does a Practice Squad NFL Player Make?

The minimum a practice squad player makes each week is $11,500.

As for yearly salary, a non-active roster member can earn up to $207,000 on the practice squad.

What Are the Practice Squad Rules?

Outside of being available as injury replacements, there’s another reason for having the practice squad: To prepare for future opponents.

Practice squad members often mimic an opposing dual-threat quarterback, a speedy slot wide receiver, or a cat-quick edge rusher to get the starters prepared.

But how do teams determine their practice squad? It begins once players who were waived by the active roster cutdown deadline have officially cleared waivers. By Aug. 30 at noon ET, each NFL team can fill out the rest of the roster by adding to the practice group.

And, under new NFL rules, every team can build up to 16 players for non-active roster participants.

Do Practice Squad Players Travel With the Team?

Yes, but only if they’re pulled up by the coaching staff.

Again, a member of the practice squad can earn an active roster spot if there’s a key injury in the two-deep lineup and depth needs to be fulfilled.

Do Practice Squad Players Get a Super Bowl Ring?

Per CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) rules, players on the practice squad can indeed get a ring if their team wins the Super Bowl.

However, the ring is of lesser value compared to the crystallized ring starters receive.

How Long Can a Player Stay on the Practice Squad?

Unlike most NFL contracts, practice squad members are on a shorter time frame, as their deals are up for termination one week after the season ends. And this includes teams in the playoffs that get eliminated or end the year as Super Bowl champions.

As for how much experience qualifies a player as a practice squad option, it’s not just going undrafted in recent NFL Drafts. At the very least, six NFL players must have zero accrued seasons or one accrued season with fewer than nine active games to qualify for the practice squad.

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