NFC East cuts so far, via Pro Football Talk and Hogs Haven

I’m still digesting all the cuts so far, but Pro Football Talk has a great list of all the cuts made throughout the league so far.  This is an outstanding resource for imagining other players around the league in your team’s colors.  Hedre are the NFC East cuts so far:


Defensive tackle Marcus Thomas was released on Friday morning and defensive end Matt Broha was also let go. The Newark Star-Ledgerreports that linebacker Greg Jones has been waived, along with receiver Dan DePalma, receiver David Douglas, sixth-round rookie Matt McCants, and receiver Isaiah Stanback.  The New York Daily News reports that linebackerJake Muasau, defensive end Matt Broha, tight end Larry Donnell, and defensive end Craig Marshall have been released.  Safety Tyler Sash has been placed on the reserve/suspended list.  Running back Danny Ware announced on Twitter that has has been released.


Released cornerback Joselio Hanson, per Adam Caplan. The Eagles have also waived wide receiver Mardy Gilyard, in addition to tight end Chase Ford and linebacker Keenan Clayton.  League source tells PFT that sixth-round rookie guard Brandon Washington and rookie safety Phillip Thomas have been waived. More Eagles cuts: wide receivers Chad Hall and Marvin McNutt, guard/center Steve Vallos, tight end Brett Brackett, defensive tackle Landon Cohen, fullback Emil Igwenagu, tackle D.J. Jones, linebacker Adrian Moten, defensive tackle Ollie Ogbu, linebacker Ryan Rau, defensive end Monte Taylor, and defensive tackle Frank Trotter.

Good analysis from Tommy Lawlor on where the Eagles stand in regard to their final 53.  On our podcast this morning Tommy predicted Trevard Lindley would make the team over Joselio Hanson.  That’s a call that nobody was making, and he just may be right.


Fifth-round draft pick Danny Coale was among the players informed he’d be cut on Thursday. Others let go include guard Ronald Leary, defensive end Clifton Geathers, defensive tackle Ben Bass, outside linebacker Adrian Hamilton, offensive tackle Pat McQuistan, guard Daniel Loper, center Harland Gunn, offensive tackle Jeff Adams, quarterback Rudy Carpenter, fullback Shaun Chapas and linebacker Orie Lemon.


PFT is behind on the Redskins, but Hogs Haven has been keeping running tabs on them.


  1. McNutt will haunt u Philly; A Buckeye & A Eagle dont mix!

    1. Tommyk says:

      What is that supposed to mean? McNutt was never a Buckeye…

      1. ATG says:

        I think he means that eagles are carnivores and don’t eat nuts and berries like a lot of birds.

        1. NYG_slater says:

          nah man, clearly he meant buckeye chickens and eagles can’t procreate with one another……duh

  2. Brian says:

    I do not at all feel comfortable with Jarrett being the only backup safety

    1. Almost a certainty that the Eagles are watching for fresh cuts, and burning up the phone lines for trade availability.

      However, safety is an extremely weak position in the NFL these days. Hard to find good ones. It’s going to be difficult even just finding a competent backup.

      1. mjoedgaard says:

        They Eagles could be the Redskins and have no safeties before TC started

        1. K.L. says:

          To be fair, the Redskins still have no safeties worth mentioning.

      2. Did anyone put a claim in on Larry Asante?

  3. SteveH says:

    I really hope we can stash Ryan Rau and Phillip Thomas on the PS. I really liked what I saw out of them this PS and I’d love to see them get a shot against better competition in the future.

    Also, Marlon Favorite got cut, but, this just means the eagles can pick him up!!!

  4. Joe D says:

    No surprises except Hanson from my view point. Very disappointing that OJ Otogwae (sp) couldn’t get healthy. I know the FO really likes JJ’s physical tools but man I wouldn’t trust him for a second with his ability to follow assignments and knowing where he’s supposed to be… Add McNutt to the long list of failed tall WRs we have drafted.

    1. Ryan says:

      He was a 6th round pick…

      1. Joe D says:

        So? What’s your angle? Hes still a failed attempt at getting a big body guy who can fight for the ball by using his size.

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