The Philadelphia Eagles -- like 31 other teams in the NFL -- trimmed their roster to 53 players Tuesday. Philadelphia had some crucial roster decisions to make at wide receiver, offensive line, and in the secondary in the coming hours.
The Eagles already made a significant roster move with one of their offensive lineman, sending guard/tackle Matt Pryor and a 2022 seventh-round pick to the Indianapolis Colts for a 2022 sixth-round pick -- essentially getting back the sixth-round pick they used to acquire Gardner Minshew last week. Pryor was expendable on an offensive line flush with talent, especially at guard and tackle.
Here are all the Eagles cuts on 53-man cutdown day:
- QB: Nick Mullens
- RB: Kerryon Johnson, Elijah Holyfield, Jason Huntley, Jordan Howard
- WR: Travis Fulgham, John Hightower, Jhamon Ausbon, Hakeem Butler, Adrian Killins, Marken Michel, Andre Patton
- TE: Caleb Wilson, Cary Angeline, Richard Rodgers
- T: Casey Tucker, Le'Raven Clark
- G: Kayode Awosika, Sua Opeta
- C: Harry Crider, Luke Juriga, Ross Pierschbacher
- DE: JaQuan Bailey, Matt Leo
- DT: RaeQuan Williams, Hassan Ridgeway
- LB: Joe Ostman, Rashad Smith, JaCoby Stevens,
- CB: Lavert Hill, Craig James, Michael Jacquet III, Kevon Seymour
- S: Andrew Adams, Grayland Arnold, Elijah Riley
Safety Blake Countess was placed on the injured reserve list and defensive tackle T.Y. McGill was placed on the reserve COVID/19 list.
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