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2022 Eagles Cut Tracker

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Stateside Front Logo Simple 1200x1200PHILADELPHIA – Moves are beginning to trickle in for the Eagles in advance of Tuesday afternoon’s cutdown deadline.

Keep it here for a running look at the Eagles’ roster moves:


2:19 – The Eagles are waiving versatile DB who cross-trained at safety and nickel back this summer. He also was a key special-teamer lasts season but lost his job as a punt gunner late.

2:14 – The numbers game was too tough for WR Deon Cain, who had a nice summer overall.

2:08 – The Eagles are waiving versatile interior OL Jack Anderson, according to a league source. Philadelphia would like to bring Anderson back to the PS if he clears waivers.

12:05 – Eagles CB Tay Gowan seems to be confirming he will hit the waiver wire.

11:53 – The Eagles are waiving second-year CB Mac McCain, who received a lot of second-team reps on the outside opposite Zech McPhearson before slowly falling behind undrafted rookie Josh Jobe.

11:33 – The Eagles are waiving Olympic hurdler Devon Allen, whose last-ditch effort to make the team with an impressive performance on special teams in the preseason finale was too little, too late. Allen would be an obvious candidate for the PS unless he wants to go back to concentrating on his track career.

11:10 – The Eagles are releasing veteran OT Le’Raven Clark.

11:07 – And here is why the Eagles moved on from Harris. Howie Roseman has his starter opposite Marcus Epps on the back end, acquiring Chauncey Gardner-Johnson from the New Orleans Saints. CRJ often played the nickel for Saints and will now settle in as a starting safety with Philadelphia.

11:05 – In the first wow moment, the Eagles are releasing projected starting safety Anthony Harris.

10:52: The Eagles will be waiving undrafted free agent CB Mario Goodrich. Much was made of the three-man UDFA class at the position with Josh Jobe ultimately turning out as the best and a candidate for the 53-man roster although the Alabama product showed up at practice Monday with a brace on his elbow. Duke slot option Josh Blackwell has also been waived, according to an NFL source. Both are candidates for the practice squad.

10:19: The Eagles’ are waiving QB3 Reid Sinnett, who had a strong start to the summer but faltered late. Nick Sirianni indicated last week that he’s comfortable with two quarterbacks on the 53-man roster and the odds are that Sinnett will be able to get through waivers and return to the practice squad. Philadelphia will also surely check the waiver wire for potential upgrades. Minnesota is waiving 2021 third-round pick Kellen Mond, who has interesting traits but faltered badly with the Vikings.

9:23 – Momentum is building toward a potential Jalen Reagor trade with multiple teams checking in on what it would take to get the embattled 2020 first-round pick, according to NFL sources. If a trade is not made, Reagor will likely stay on the roster as the WR5 and lead punt returner.


6:00 – The Eagles worked out free agent defensive back Quandre Mosely on Monday, per the NFL’s transaction wire. Mosely, 23, was waived by the Dallas Cowboys last week in the cut to 80 players. Dallas had originally signed Mosely as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Kentucky.

4:59 – Veteran receiver Greg Ward will be released with an injury settlement. His toe injury has kept him out for a number of weeks and still needs time to heal. A leader off the field and yeoman-like player on it, Ward’s fate was sealed when the Eagles brought in Zach Pascal, a player Nick Sirianni reveres for his intangibles. Pascal offers more than Ward as a WR but the team will be losing its insurance policy at punt returner.

3:21 – Veteran TE Richard Rodgers is gone for now but another sequel is never far off. Rodgers had clearly fallen behind Jack Stoll, rookie Grant Calcaterra and Noah Togiai in the race to be a potential backup to Dallas Goedert.

12:48 – The Eagles are waiving former Cincinnati fourth-round draft pick Renell Wren. The big man couldn’t gain his footing in a deep DT room which features Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Jordan Davis, Milton Williams, Marlon Tuipulotu, and Marvin Wilson.

12:41 – The Eagles originally cut Josh Blackwell, an UDFA out of Duke in the cut from 85 to 80 and quickly brought him back after the trade of Ugo Amadi to Tennessee. Blackwell made a few plays in practice in Miami last week. Update: Blackwell was at practice on Monday afternoon after this news broke. He is, however, expected to be waived.


12:12 – The 67-yard touchdown run in the preseason finale wasn’t enough for Jason Huntley, who got plenty of opportunities but just didn’t show the consistency needed.

12:04 – The biggest bonus baby is this year’s undrafted free agent class, QB Carson Strong, is out. Strong rarely got reps in practice and threw just four passes in the preseason.

11:58 – Former Eagles special teams star Rudy Ford is out in Jacksonville and the Eagles still need a gunner in punt coverage to give them what Ford did when he was healthy.

11:56 – In a devastating blow to me personally, the Eagles are moving on from veteran safety Jaquiski Tartt, who never seemed to fit in with what the coaches wanted after arriving late as a free agent.

11:51 – The Eagles need an inside move-the chains type and Alexander Mattison would be a nice complement to Miles Sanders. The new Minnesota coaching staff prefers more multiple backs and wants to keep rookie Ty Chandler on the roster.

11:28 – The Eagles are moving on from veteran center Cameron Tom, who played all 65 offensive snaps in Saturday night’s preseason finale against Miami. Philadelphia is well-stocked at the position with veteran All-Pro Jason Kelce and impressive second-round rookie Cam Jurgens. The versatile Jack Anderson can also play the positive as well as Brett Toth, who is currently on the PUP list while rehabbing from a torn ACL.

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