Huggins was waived by the Patriots on Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Huggins was just claimed off waivers by New England on Monday, but he ended up being let go in order to get kicker Nick Folk back on the roster. The undrafted rookie will now look for a new opportunity.
Huggins was claimed off waivers by the Patriots on Monday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Huggins played in four games for the Eagles this season, but they opted to waive him on Saturday. He did not go without a job for long, as the Patriots are going to give the rookie a chance to provide depth at defensive tackle. The move does not bode well for Byron Cowart's (head) chances of playing in Week 14.
Huggins was let go by the Eagles on Saturday, Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports. Huggins' release was accompanied by the promotion of Joshua Perkins from the practice squad and the activation of Cre'Von LeBlanc from IR. The defensive lineman had just three tackles for the Eagles this season.
Huggins was signed by the Eagles Monday. Huggins spent the first half of the season on the Texans practice squad but will now head to Philadelphia as the team deals with a plethora of injuries on the defensive line. It's unlikely the Clemson product would see major reps his first week of the team, as he will likely serve as emergency depth until he gets more acclimated with the system.