Packers need to cut 7 players by the end of Tuesday, get roster to 75

GREEN BAY -- With 82 players on the roster right now, the Green Bay Packers will have to make seven more moves to get down to the NFL-mandated 75-player roster limit by Tuesday's deadline. The team will then have until Saturday to get to the 53-player limit.

Around noon, the Packers announced they had released WR Harvey Binford and placed TE Kennard Backman, RB John Crockett, C Jacob Flores, TE Mitchell Henry and G Josh Walker on injured reserve.  LB Lerentee McCray was traded to the Bills for a future draft pick.

Many of those on the bubble need to approach Thursday night's preseason finale in Kansas City as if it's their Super Bowl.

"Super Bowl or bust. I think you have to practice that way. You have to play that way. Anytime you perform across the white line, it's on video. You have to go about it the same way, so obviously you want these young men to go out and play their best game, to lay it all out there. Not only for the opportunity to be here, but the opportunity to play in the NFL," Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy said.