NFL roster cuts 2013: Josh Cribbs released by Raiders

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Cribbs was among 10 players released by Oakland on Sunday.

The Oakland Raiders released 10 players on Sunday, the most notable of which was veteran return man Josh Cribbs.

According to the San Jose Mercury News, the Raiders cut linebacker Keenan Clayton, linebacker Eric Harper, fullback Jon Hoese, wide receiver Sam McGuffie, guard Andrew Robiski, wide receiver Tray Session, defensive tackle Myles Wade and wide receiver Isiah Williams, in addition to Cribbs.

The Mercury News also notes that interior offensive lineman Alex Parsons thanked the Raiders on his Twitter account for the opportunity to play, which leads the paper to believe that he will also not make the final roster. Parsons did not play in Oakland's last preseason game because of injury.

With the players mentioned above off the roster, the Raiders still need to make four more cuts by Tuesday to trim the roster to 75, and the team needs to cut down to 53 players by Saturday.

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