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Report: 2 More Nebraska Football Players Have Left The Team

Nebraska's band performs during game.

LINCOLN, NE - NOVEMBER 04: The band of the Nebraska Cornhuskers performs before the game against the Northwestern Wildcats at Memorial Stadium on November 4, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

Nebraska's football program has had a decent amount of roster attrition since Scott Frost was hired, replacing Mike Riley. This isn't surprising. There's typically a lot of roster movement when a new head coach is brought in.

There have reportedly been a couple of more roster moves in recent days. Two more Nebraska football players have reportedly left the team.

This brings the total of players who left the team to 10.

From the Lincoln Journal Star:

Junior tight end Matt Snyder and sophomore tight end David Engelhaupt are not listed on the roster.

And neither is offensive lineman Bryan Brokop, who earlier this spring changed his social media to refer to himself as a former Nebraska football player.

An NU spokesperson confirmed the roster changes.

Nebraska is reportedly now two players under the NCAA's 85-man roster limit. It's unclear if more roster moves are coming.

The Huskers open the 2018 season on Sept. 1 against Akron.