Two Canadian draft picks ,and a former Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback have cracked 53-man NFL rosters.

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Chase Claypool of Abbotsford, B.C., Dallas Cowboys defensive sort out Neville Gallimore of Ottawa and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Chris Streveler, who gained a Gray Cup with the Blue Bombers final 12 months, survived the ultimate spherical of cuts on Saturday.

Claypool was ,a second-round pick of Notre Dame this 12 months, whereas Gallimore went within the third spherical out of Oklahoma.

Streveler joins 2019 No. 1 decide Kyler Murray and Brett Hundley within the Cardinals’ QB room.

Different Canadian connections to outlive cuts included Cleveland Browns defensive sort out Eli Ankou of Ottawa, Cincinnati Bengals defensive sort out Christian Covington of Vancouver, New Orleans Saints defensive lineman David Onyemata, a College of Manitoba product who was born in Nigeria, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight finish Antony Auclair of Notre-Dame-des-Pins, Que., Los Angeles Chargers defensive again Tevaughn Campbell of Toronto, Cowboys lengthy snapper L.P. Ladouceur of Montreal, New York Jets defensive sort out Nathan Shepherd of Ajax, Ont., Chicago Bears defensive finish Brent City of Mississauga, Ont., and Seattle Seahawks tight finish Luke Willson of LaSalle, Ont.

Cowboys defensive sort out Tyrone Crawford, of Windsor, Ont., was positioned, on the bodily unable to carry out checklist.

Among the many tons of of cuts on Saturday was Buffalo Payments receiver Duke Williams, a former Edmonton star.

Williams cracked the Payments’ roster final 12 months and was a major think about a number of video games.

The NFL season begins subsequent week.

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