Detroit Lions roster cut tracker: Who didn’t make the 53-man roster?

As the Detroit Lions cut their roster to 53 players heading into the 2022 season, here’s who they have parted ways with.

The Detroit Lions, and every NFL team, has to be down to 53 players on their active roster by Tuesday, Aug. 30, at 4 p.m. ET.

Head coach Dan Campbell has acknowledged how difficult final cuts will be, especially compared to a year ago. The Lions will be parting with some good players who other teams will have to pay attention to, which is certainly something new.

Nearly one-third of the roster as of the end of the third preseason game will be gone by Tuesday afternoon. Some may clear waivers and make it back for practice squad consideration, but that’s the business of the NFL in late-August.

Here’s who the Lions have parted ways with. Post will be updated as needed.

Detroit Lions roster cut tracker: Who did not make the 53-man roster?

LB Jarrad Davis
OT Kendall Lamm
TE Devin Funchess
WR Tom Kennedy
QB Tim Boyle
WR Kalil Pimpleton
CB Mark Gilbert
CB Saivion Smith
CB AJ Parker
LB Anthony Pittman
DL Bruce Hector
RB Godwin Igwebuike
RB Justin Jackson
CB Cedric Boswell
WR Maurice Alexander
OT Obinna Eze
LB James Houston
K Riley Patterson
OT Darrin Paulo
OT Dan Skipper

Waived/Injured: DL Eric Banks, WR Trinity Benson, OL Kevin Jarvis, S C.J. Moore, DL Jashon Cornell

Cornerback Jerry Jacobs was placed on the PUP list, which removed him from the active roster heading into the season.

Who surprised you as a roster cut? Will any of these decisions come back to bite the Lions?