- Punter Nick Harris said he's disappointed to have gone through the "worst" with the Lions and not get to be there for the turnaround. He also said that he wishes everybody the best and that the Lions are "going to do well."
- If I had to guess, I would predict that Harris ends up finding a job with the Houston Texans. The Texans released their punter on Saturday and do not currently have one on their roster.
UPDATE: The Texans signed former Central Michigan punter Brett Hartmann, so I guess Harris won't be headed to Houston.
- Caleb Campbell and Derrick Williams said their goodbyes to Lions fans.
- It was expected that Paul Pratt would be signed to the practice squad, but on Twitter today he said, "Oh well thru with Detroit."
- The Dallas Cowboys released former Lions kicker Dave Rayner on Saturday. Dallas signed him with the hope that he would become their starting kicker, but after missing two field goals during their preseason finale, Rayner was let go and the Cowboys decided to go in a different direction.
- Jerome Felton made the Carolina Panthers roster and will be their starting fullback.
- Former Lions linebacker Vinny Ciurciu, who is currently a free agent, received a four-game suspension from the NFL. (Via Dave Birkett)
- Some really interesting stats about the roster cuts from John Clayton: 29 draft picks from this year were released, including three from the fifth round; 16 teams decided to move forward with only two quarterbacks on their roster; and 62 undrafted free agents made NFL rosters this year (only 51 made opening day rosters in 2010).
- The Chicago Bears added safety Brandon Meriweather on Sunday, and the Baltimore Ravens agreed to a deal with Andre Gurode, who visited the Lions earlier this week.