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Former UMD football player Odim cut by San Diego Chargers

Isaac Odim's NFL experience is over -- for now. The former standout Minnesota Duluth running back announced on his Twitter account Saturday morning that he was let go by the San Diego Chargers in the final round of roster cuts before the start of...

Isaac Odim

Isaac Odim's NFL experience is over -- for now.

The former standout Minnesota Duluth running back announced on his Twitter account Saturday morning that he was let go by the San Diego Chargers in the final round of roster cuts before the start of the regular season.

"Well, I didn't make the final cut. Heading back to MN now. Hopefully I'll get picked up by another team, but we'll see," Odim tweeted Saturday.

Odim's release also was reported by the San Diego Union-Tribune.

NFL teams were required to pare down their rosters to 53 players by Saturday night. Going into Saturday, the Chargers were carrying 80 players on their roster.

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Odim now will wait to see if he'll be signed by another team, perhaps for a position on a practice squad.

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