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When a coach is as synonymous with his offense as Ben McAdoo, losses like the 19-3 one the Giants suffered on Sunday night to the Dallas Cowboys have the tendency to be taken personally.

That’s why it’s no surprise the typically monotone McAdoo went out of his way to throw a dart at a unit that put up just 233 total yards, 25:46 time of possession and, ultimately, three points in a prime-time loss to the division-rival Cowboys.
“The offense was very disappointing. We’re going to go back and look at the film, and see how we can get better,” McAdoo said, via NJ.com. “We need to go back and take a look at the film. I know no part of the offense was functional tonight.”

Perhaps McAdoo’s words were also a way of protecting the maligned offensive line — the root of the Giants’ woes all preseason and one of the main reasons the team has been averaging a stunning 13.57 points per game since Dec. 4 of last season. As NJ.com pointed out, McAdoo eventually passed on questions about the offensive line’s issues — a universal coach signal for you’re probably right but there’s really nothing else I have to say here.

The strange issue for the Giants here is how significantly they have been investing in their offensive line. Ereck Flowers is a first-round pick. Center Weston Richburg, their sturdiest asset up front, was a second-round pick. Justin Pugh was a first-round pick. Dallas built a dynamic offense by hurling high picks at the offensive line but, when you are the Giants and the unit is still an issue, what do you do next?

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The NFL preseason is over. The season is less than a week away from kicking off — and that means it’s time for teams to trim their rosters.

Here’s a team-by-team rundown of every player cut as NFL general managers trim their rosters to the mandatory 53-player limit by Saturday’s 4 p.m. ET deadline. We will update this list as cuts are announced:

Arizona Cardinals

RB Chris Johnson

Atlanta Falcons

OL Travis Averill, WR Bra’lon Cherry, WR Anthony Dable, WR Reginald Davis, OT Wil Freeman, OT Kevin Graf, OL Larson Graham, DL A.J. Jefferson, CB Jarnor Jones, DB Akeem King, OL Andreas Knappe, LB Jack Lynn, WR Josh Magee, K Mike Meyer, DB Jordan Moore, FB Tyler Renew, RB Kelvin Taylor, OL D.J. Tialavea, QB Alek Torgersen, DB Deron Washington

Baltimore Ravens

P Kenny Allen, LB Randy Allen, WR C.J. Board, G Jarell Broxton, TE Larry Donnell, DB Otha Foster, T Roubbens Joseph, QB Thaddeus Lewis, C Derrick Nelson, LS Taybor Pepper, G Jarrod Pughsley, RB Bobby Rainey, WR/RS Keenan Reynolds, FB/RB Lorenzo Taliaferro, CB Trevin Wade, G/T De’Ondre Wesley, WR Griff Whalen, G/C Jeremy Zuttah

Buffalo Bills

G Karim Barton, RB Cedric O’Neal, DB Bacarri Rambo, DB Jumal Rolle, WR Rashad Ross

Carolina Panthers

C Brian Folkerts, WR Trevor Graham, CB Devonte Johnson, DT Gabriel Mass, DE Arthur Miley, DE Efe Obada, WR Fred Ross, DB Zack Sanchez, TE Scott Simonson, TE Bryce Williams, DT Connor Wujciak, OL David Yankey

Chicago Bears

WR Victor Cruz, DT Kapron Lewis-Moore, LB Alex Scearce

Cincinnati Bengals

P Will Monday

Cleveland Browns

WR Mario Alford, WR Rasheed Bailey, LB B.J. Bello, WR Josh Boyce, DB Christian Bryant, DB Trey Caldwell, LB Ladell Fleming, CB Joe Haden, DB J.D. Harmon, DB Alvin Hill, TE Nate Iese, C Gabe Ikard, LB Cam Johnson, TE Taylor McNamara, WR Richard Mullaney, OL Kitt O’Brien, QB Brock Osweiler, DL Karter Schult, DB Channing Stribling, DL Brandon Thompson, RB Brandon Wilds, WR James Wright

Dallas Cowboys

Denver Broncos

DE Jimmy Bean, OT Justin Murray, RB Stevan Ridley

Detroit Lions

RB Matt Asiata, G Connor Bozick, OT Cyrus Kouandjio, DB Tramain Jacobs, DE Giorgio Newberry, WR Dez Stewart

Green Bay Packers

LS Derek Hart, WR Colby Pearson, RB William Stanback

Houston Texans

WR Devin Street, LB Dayon Pratt

Indianapolis Colts

G Blake Muir, TE Steven Wroblewski

Jacksonville Jaguars

RB DuJuan Harris, S Jeron Johnson, DT Tueni Lupeamanu, DB Exra Robinson

Kansas City Chiefs

OL Jah Reid

Los Angeles Chargers

Los Angeles Rams

K Travis Coons

Miami Dolphins

Minnesota Vikings

New England Patriots

LB Christian Kuntz

New Orleans Saints

OT Khalif Barnes, TE Braedon Bowman, LB Audie Cole, DB Malik Foreman, WR De’Quan Hampton, DB Erik Harris, DE Jason Jones, DT Ashaad Mabry, LB Michael Mauti, DT Tony McDaniel, DB Elijah Mitchell, DB Damian Swann, OT Jerry Ugokwe, LB Jonathan Walton, DT Justin Zimmer

New York Giants

LB Chris Casher, LB Steven Daniels, WR C.J. Germany, DB Tay Glover-Wright, DB Daniel Gray, G Richard Levy, DE Owa Odighizuwa, DB Eric Pinkins, WR Darius Powe, DB Tim Scott

New York Jets

OL Jeff Adams, TE Brandon Barnes, DB Armagedon Draughn, DL Jeremy Faulk, WR Chris Harper, ST Ross Martin, LB Spencer Paysinger, DB David Rivers, OL Craig Watts, WR Myles White

Oakland Raiders

Philadelphia Eagles

DB Ron Brooks, LB Don Cherry, DT Winston Craig, WR Rashard Davis, TE Anthony Denham, QB Dane Evans, LB Carlos Fields, CB Aaron Grymes, DE Jake Metz, C Tyler Orlosky, T Victor Salako, LB Christian Tago, WR Paul Turner, DB Mitchell White, DT Gabe Wright, TE Adam Zaruba

Pittsburgh Steelers

DT Christian Brown, TE Phazahn Odom

San Francisco 49ers

QB Matt Barkley, C Tim Barnes, RB Kapri Bibbs, FB Tyler McCloskey, CB Will Davis, DL Leger Douzable, OL Andrew Gardner, RB Tim Hightower, OL, Andrew Lauderdale, WR Louis Murphy, WR Tim Patrick, OL Norman Price, K Nick Rose, LB Shayne Skov, S Vinnie Sunseri

Seattle Seahawks

TE Stevie Donatell

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

LS Andrew DePaola, DE George Johnson, LB Paul Magloire, RB Blake Sims

Tennessee Titans

Washington Redskins

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It’s not often the ability of an NFL player to move his pinky toe up and down is a noteworthy event. When it comes to Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jaylon Smith, however, the small mobility is a notable stepping stone.

A lengthy feature on Smith by Jeff Sullivan posted on the team’s official website, notes that in the “last few weeks” the linebacker has progressed to being able to move his little toe up and down, which is a sign of positive nerve regeneration in his left leg. The tiny movement came after he reached the bigger mark of flexing his other toes and lifting his foot in April.

These seemingly normal movements are notable for Smith, who suffered nerve damage, which created drop foot, when he tore his ACL playing for Notre Dame in a bowl game on Jan. 1, 2016.

The road to recovery has been long and grueling, but it appears after hitting the field some this offseason that Smith is ready to make more strides in the coming weeks.

Smith told David Heldman of the team’s official website, in an interview previously shot and posted on Monday, he’s getting back to normal.

“Man, it’s been great,” Smith said of offseason workouts. “Whenever I’m out there, I’m full-go. I’m full throttle, and I’m feeling like myself again. So it’s a great feeling.”

Rookies report to Cowboys training camp in Oxnard, Calif., on July 19 with veterans arriving July 22. The “opening ceremony” for Cowboys camp is July 24. When camp begins, most eyes will be on Smith.

“To be able to compete at a high level,” Smith said when asked of his expectations for training camp. “That’s something that I’m really looking forward to, back in Oxnard, Calif., being able to be on the field again and running and competing with my guys is something that I’m looking forward to. I’m looking forward to being out there.”

The Cowboys will likely ease Smith into camp workouts. Coach Jason Garrett indicated earlier in the offseason that the linebacker likely wouldn’t practice back-to-back days.

Smith is practicing with a “custom-made Richie Brace, with plastic, bendable, hinged sides, much like an air-cast for a high-ankle sprain,” per the team’s official website. The hope is the mobility allowed by the brace will allow the linebacker to regain most of his speed and change-of-direction.

“I’ve heard some doctors and trainers, who haven’t ever seen Jaylon, say that there’s no way he could play in the NFL with an AFO brace, and they’re right,” Cowboys associate athletic trainer/director of rehabilitation Britt Brown said. “With the brace he is wearing, Jaylon can take his natural linebacker stance and come off the ball the same way he would without the brace.”

A Cowboys defense that lost several pieces this offseason, and had several more suspended to start the season, desperately needs Smith to get as close to 100 percent as possible.

When Dallas opens the regular season versus the New York Giants, it will be more than 20 months since Smith played in a meaningful football game. The question the Cowboys hope is answered during training camp and preseason is that Smith shows signs he can be the athlete he was before the injury.

“I’m not going to say no… We have to go through contact,” Brown said when asked could ever get back to his pre-injury ability. “We also have more seasons ahead. The nerve could regenerate more after this coming season. No one can predict that. We’re in a good place right now.”

The hope is that good place turns into an even better one in the coming weeks.