The day that teams make their roster cuts can be particularly difficult for younger players in the NFL
but it can be especially challenging for veterans as they continue to age.
Despite the fact that Jaylon Smith has been impressive since joining the Saints at the beginning of this month, the team has decided not to include him on the 53-man roster.
The linebacker who once played for the Dallas Cowboys was waived. Following the conclusion of the final preseason game,
Smith was making progress in the right way. On Sunday, Smith and rookie linebacker
Nephi Sewell tied for the team lead with five tackles each. Smith also led the team with two tackles for loss, which was a team record.
Smith's brief stay in New Orleans resulted in a solid first impression, but it was not strong enough for him to be included on the original 53-man roster.
There is still a chance that the Saints will bring him back because he is qualified for a seat on the practice squad and does not need to go through waivers.
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