Every NFL offseason sees many players released [VIDEO] by their teams as they look to gain salary cap room. Sometimes it is due to a lack of production, age, or just the fact they are due too much money for the team’s liking.

Here are some notable players that have been cut so far this offseason.

Chris Baker, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Baker, a defensive tackle, was let go after just one season with the team. He started 14 games last year and finished with just 0.5 sacks. He had 10.5 sacks in the two seasons before joining Tampa Bay with the Redskins.

Brian Cushing, Houston Texans

The 2009 Defensive Rookie of the Year was suspended 10 games last year for his second violation of the NFL’s wellness policy.

In five games in 2017, Cushing had 16 tackles and 1.5 sacks. The linebacker started all 104 of his games for Houston over nine seasons.

Jerrell Freeman, Chicago Bears

The linebacker was suspended 10 games for his second time testing positive for PEDs, and he was limited to just one game last season after tearing his pectoral muscle. Prior to last season, Freeman had recorded at least 94 tackles in each of his first five seasons with the Colts and Bears.

Chris Ivory, Jacksonville Jaguars

A Pro Bowler in 2015 after rushing for 1,070 yards for the Jets, Ivory wasn’t too much of a factor in two years with the Jaguars. After running for 439 yards and 3.8 Yards Per Carry in 2016, those numbers dwindled even more to 382 and 3.4 last season.

Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders

Janikowski was cut by the team he has kicked for since being drafted in the first round in 2000.

He missed the entire 2017 season due to injury. In his lengthy career with the Raiders, he connected on 414/515 field goals and 557/563 extra points.

Doug Martin, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

After being named a First Team All-Pro in 2015, Martin [VIDEO] has struggled mightily to run the football over the following two seasons. In the last two years, he ran for just 827 yards total on 2.9 yards per carry.

Darrelle Revis, Kansas City Chiefs

Revis was signed by the Chiefs in late November last year and started in two of his five appearances. He finished the season with 11 tackles. Once known as one of the best cornerbacks in the league, he is a seven-time Pro Bowler.

Julius Thomas, Miami Dolphins

Thomas wasn’t much of a factor in his one season with the Dolphins. In 14 games last year, he finished with 41 catches for 388 yards and three touchdowns. He had 12 touchdown receptions in back-to-back seasons with the Broncos in 2013-14.

Lawrence Timmons, Miami Dolphins

Timmons started 14 games for the Dolphins in 2017 and recorded 84 tackles. The linebacker made the Pro Bowl in 2014 and had five straight seasons with at least 100 tackles for the Steelers from 2012-16.