As UFL training camp comes to a close, teams are making their final roster cuts to reduce their active roster to 50 players. According to a press release from the UFL, the Brahmas announced their second round of roster cuts as they prepare to transition from training camp to Week 1 of the UFL season.

Defensively, the Brahmas cut three players: Inside linebacker Kelechi Anyalebechi, defensive end Terrance Lang, and recently signed cornerback Mark Milton. Two defensive players not announced during the roster cuts are defensive back Quincy Wilson and outside linebacker Terell Basham. Wilson is on the injured list, and Basham is on the suspension list; the Brahmas cut neither player, but they also do not count against the Brahmas 50-player active roster.

Offensively, the Brahmas cut three additional players: offensive tackle Jarrid Williams, wide receiver Calvin Turner, and wide receiver Jordan Veasy. With Williams’s removal, the Brahmas have nine remaining offensive linemen. Wide receiver Calvin Turner had been getting some positive buzz during training camp, but he was unable to win a spot on the roster, along with wide receiver Jordan Veasy, who had been selected by the Brahmas during the UFL player allocation process.

With the final roster cuts for training camp, the Brahmas players and coaches must change their focus from competing for a roster spot to competing against the DC Defenders. The Brahmas open their season on Saturday, March 31st, in their home opener at the Alamodome in San Antonio. This week, the challenge will be for the Brahmas to find a way to develop a game plan that will help them overcome what is expected to be one of the best teams in the UFL, the Defenders.

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Aaron Sauter
Aaron Sauter is a 23-veteran high school football coach that is also an fan of all levels of football. He is especially interested in alternative football leagues like the CFL, UFL, and IFL. Aaron enjoys analyzing innovative schemes on offense and defense during his free time.

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