Packers cut 23 players to trim roster to 53

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- The Green Bay Packers released 23 players Saturday, including third-string quarterback Graham Harrell, and traded two more players to get down to the NFL-mandated 53-man roster limit.

Fullback Quinn Johnson was traded to Tennessee for an undisclosed draft pick, and rookie guard Caleb Schlauderaff, a sixth-round pick, was dealt to the New York Jets, also for an undisclosed pick.

The other players released were wide receivers Diondre Borel, Tori Gurley, Kerry Taylor and Chastin West; safeties Anthony Bratton, Anthony Levine and Brandon Underwood; offensive linemen Chris Campbell and Ray Dominguez; nose tackles Chris Donaldson and Jay Ross; linebackers Ricky Elmore, Cardia Jackson and Elijah Joseph; center Sampson Genus; cornerbacks Josh Gordy and Brandian Ross; fullback Jon Hoese; defensive end Eli Joseph; center/guard Nick McDonald; and running backs Dimitri Nance and Brandon Saine.