The Eagles have waived/injured third-year safety Earl Wolff, who tweeted that he underwent knee surgery Thursday. Wolff was absent from the last three practices with what he described as soreness in the knee. He missed all spring workouts despite Chip Kelly declaring that he had been cleared by the doctor. He was a full participant, however, when training camp began and said he was feeling as good as he had in over a year, per the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Eagles strong safety Earl Wolff, who has been cleared to participate in minicamp after recovering from knee surgery, began the Tuesday session working with trainers, per the Philadelphia Inquirer. Chip Kelly has indicated that Wolff will return when he decides he can tolerate whatever level of pain he experiences. Wolff played in seven games last season, but started just one.
Eagles safety Earl Wolff and linebacker Marcus Smith were limited in OTAs with injuries, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Wolff is recovering from knee surgery. Coach Chip Kelly said the safety has been cleared to return, and the team is waiting for him to reach full participation in OTAs. Smith has been dealing with a pulled leg muscle.
Eagles safety Earl Wolff told reporters he underwent "mini-micro fracture" surgery on his injured knee, according to the Delaware News Journal. Wolff, who was placed on injured reserve, is expected to be fully recovered by the end of April.
The Eagles lost safety Earl Wolff for the season after the team placed him on injured reserve, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. To replace Wolff, the Eagles signed cornerback Roc Carmichael to the active roster.