* Calvin Raines
* Leroy Parks
* Marcus Owens
* Peter Orlov
Removal from the FCW roster page is generally a sign that said talent has been released from his or her developmental contract with WWE.
Calvin Raines, who formerly competed as Pat Brink for Maryland Championship Wrestling, signed on with WWE again in 2010 after being released the previous year in a disciplinary measure. He competed in his one and only WWE match last month in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, tag teaming with Drew McIntyre against Ezekiel Jackson and Trent Barreta.
Little is publicly known of Leroy Parks, a 6'3?, 310 pound wrestler who donned blue overalls and was billed from Lester, Alabama. He sparingly competed for Florida Championship Wrestling after signing a developmental contract last year.
Marcus Owens got a second shot with WWE in 2010 after being released the previous year but was infrequently used.
Peter Orlov earned international acclaim while competing as Alex Koslov in Mexico, ultimately leading to a developmental contract with WWE in 2010 in spite of his relatively small statureóbilled at 5'9? and 190 pounds. Though Orlov regularly competed for Florida Championship Wrestling, he usually lost.
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