In partnering with an NFL team, Swiss watchmaker Hublot needed to find the right match. With some of their watches retailing for more than $300,000, it wasn’t going to mesh well with blue-collar teams such as Pittsburgh or Cleveland.
In trimming their roster to 75, the Dallas Cowboys waived/injured safety Matt Johnson and released quarterback Caleb Hanie.
Johnson, a fourth-round pick in 2012, has never played in a regular-season NFL game.
The cuts have started for the Dallas Cowboys.
Defensive end Martez Wilson and fullback J.C. Copeland were the first two players released. The Cowboys have to cut 13 more by Tuesday at 3 p.m. CST to be at league-mandated 75 limit.
Of course, Tom Savage still had his helmet on when he strode into the Texans’ locker room late Saturday, following a thrilling (for the preseason) 18-17 come-from-behind victory against the Broncos at Sports Authority Field.