Cornerback Bradley Fletcher was released by the Patriots on Saturday, ESPN's Field Yates reports.
Fletcher hasn't played since Week 2 when he picked up four tackles and a forced fumble in a win over the Bills, but has since fallen to No. 5 on the depth chart. He could catch on with another team desperate for some help in the secondary.
Free agent cornerback Bradley Fletcher, who visited the Patriots on Tuesday, is signing with the team, reports ESPN.com. It's a one-year deal worth up to $2.5 million, according to the National Football Post.
Fletcher, 28, had 61 tackles, an interception and a forced fumble in 15 games with the Eagles last year. He has eight interceptions in his six-year career and could start in New England, which lost shutdown corner Darrelle Revis to the Jets in free agency.
Free agent cornerbacks Bradley Fletcher and Tarell Brown were among the players who visited the Patriots on Tuesday, reports ESPN.com.
Fletcher spent the past two seasons with the Eagles, recording 131 total tackles and three interceptions. Brown played 14 games for the Raiders last year, making 55 tackles.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), cornerback Bradley Fletcher (hip), safety Jerome Couplin, wideout Jeff Maehl, offensive linemen Dennis Kelly and Julian Vandervelde, and defensive end Taylor Hart inactive for Sunday's game at the Giants.
With Fletcher inactive, corner Nolan Carroll will start.
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles will miss the final game of the season with a collarbone injury. It will be Foles' eighth straight game out after suffering the injury Nov. 2 against the Texans.
Cornerback Bradley Fletcher is also questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants witha a hip injury.
Jordan Matthews (knee), Beau Allen (shoulder), Brandon Bair (knee), Trent Cole (hand), Mychal Kendricks (ankle), Chris Maragos (Hamstring) and Casey Matthews (non-injury related) are all considered probable for the game.
The Eagles are 3-point underdogs against the Giants Sunday.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Monday he has not determined who will start at the cornerback position Bradley Fletcher has started at most of the season. The coaching staff will meet later on in the day to determine starters for Week 17.
"I thought Bradley's played well during the year," Kelly said. "You've got to look at it through the whole time."
Fletcher struggled again in Week 16, getting burned this time by DeSean Jackson on multiple catches, including a 55-yard completion.
Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Monday cornerback Bradley Fletcher will remain the starter for Saturday's game against the Redskins.
Fletcher was beat by Dez Bryant multiple times in Sunday's 38-27 loss to the Cowboys, including for two of his three touchdowns on the night.
Fletcher has 56 total tackles and one interception return for a touchdown on the year.
Packers wideout Jordy Nelson found himself one-on-one with Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher several times Sunday, and Aaron Rodgers exploited the mismatch. Nelson burned Fletcher for a 27-yard touchdown in the second quarter and drew a pass interference flag on Fletcher in the end zone, setting up Eddie Lacy's 1-yard scoring run.
Nelson caught four of 10 targets for 109 yards, his second straight 100-yard game and fifth this year. Nelson visits the Vikings in Week 12.
Eagles tight end Brent Celek (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at Green Bay after being listed as probable. Cornerback Bradley Fletcher (shoulder) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (calf) also are suiting up.
The Eagles enter Week 11 against the Packers at Lambeau Field relatively healthy. Nick Foles (collarbone) was the only player on the report ruled out for Sunday. Brent Celek (ankle), Bradley Fletcher (shoulder), Mychal Kendricks (calf) and Jeff Maehl (foot) were all labeled probable.
The Eagles DST allowed 417 yards Week 17 at Dallas, but came up with three turnovers at critical times. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks and corner Brandon Boykin intercepted Kyle Orton, the second pick ending Dallas' last-ditch drive.
Earlier, cornerback Bradley Fletcher recovered a DeMarco Murray fumble to squelch a Cowboys' scoring chance. The Eagles held Dallas to 3.3 yards per carry. However, Philly came up with zero sacks.
The Eagles DST faces a tougher test in Saturday's playoff game when New Orleans comes calling.
The Eagles defense is in good shape for Week 13 against the Cardinals, as defensive back Earl Wolff (knee) is the only player inactive for Sunday's game.
Linebackers Mychal Kendricks (knee) and Jake Knott (hamstring) are playing through their injuries, as are defensive backs Colt Anderson (ankle) and Bradley Fletcher (pectoral.
Eagles S Colt Anderson, CB Bradley Fletcher, LB Mychal Kendricks and LB Jake Knott are probable Week 13 against the Cardinals.
All four players were able to participate in full practice during the week, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that they are good to go.
The Eagles' list of inactives for Week 11 against the Redskins includes defensive back Bradley Fletcher (pectoral), defensive back Earl Wolff (knee), linebacker Jake Knott (hamstring), wide receiver Damaris Johnson and offensive lineman Dennis Kelly. Johnson and Kelly are both healthy scratches.
Eagles CB Bradley Fletcher, LB Mychal Kendricks and OL Jason Peters are questionable Week 11 against Washington.
All three players were able to turn in a full practice Friday. Both Peters and Kendricks did not practice Wednesday and Thursday. Fletcher was limited early in the week, but showed improvement Friday.
Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher, who missed the win at Green Bay with a pectoral injury, is practicing Tuesday and is considered day to day, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Philly hosts the Redskins on Sunday.
The Eagles have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's contest against the Packers in Week 10: quarterback Michael Vick, cornerback Bradley Fletcher, running back Matthew Tucker, linebacker Jake Knott, tackle Matt Tobin, tackle Dennis Kelly and wide receiver B.J. Cunningham.
Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher is listed as questionable Week 10 against the Packers.
Fletcher has been dealing with a pectoral injury. His defensive coordinator, Bill Davis, said he was hopeful Fletcher would play Week 10.
Eagles defensive coordinator Bill Davis said Tuesday he's hopeful cornerback Bradley Fletcher (pectoral) will play Week 10 at Green Bay. Davis labeled Fletcher as day to day.
Fletcher said he practiced Tuesday and expects to play Sunday.
Eagles cornerback Bradley Fletcher totaled nine tackles (eight solo) Week 8 vs. N.Y. Giants. Fletcher, who had one pass defense, has 34 tackles (28 solo) in seven games.
Fletcher now has a career-high 12 pass defenses. His previous career high was 11, which he set in 2010 with the Rams.