What’s the NFL waiver wire order heading into the 2022 season?

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We’re just days away from kicking off the 2022 NFL regular season, which means all 32 teams are finalizing their initial 53-man rosters.

Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET was the deadline for teams to trim down their rosters from 80 players to 53, with most of them having to pass through the waiver process before becoming free agents.

Here’s a look at this year’s waiver order for every team:

1. Jacksonville Jaguars

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2. Detroit Lions

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3. Houston Texans

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4. New York Jets

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5. New York Giants

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6. Carolina Panthers

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7. Chicago Bears

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8. Atlanta Falcons

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9. Denver Broncos

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10. Seattle Seahawks

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11. Washington Commanders

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12. Minnesota Vikings

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13. Cleveland Browns

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14. Baltimore Ravens

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15. Miami Dolphins

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16. Indianapolis Colts

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17. Los Angeles Chargers

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18. New Orleans Saints

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19. Philadelphia Eagles

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20. Pittsburgh Steelers

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21. New England Patriots

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22. Las Vegas Raiders

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23. Arizona Cardinals

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24. Dallas Cowboys

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25. Buffalo Bills

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26. Tennessee Titans

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27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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28. Green Bay Packers

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29. San Francisco 49ers

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30. Kansas City Chiefs

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31. Cincinnati Bengals

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32. Los Angeles Rams

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Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire