Tracking Philadelphia Eagles 53-man roster before 2022 deadline


The Eagles exited their third preseason game with 81 players and are due to be back to 53 players by 4 p.m. Tuesday.

That means they have a lot of work to do.

We’ll be tracking all their moves here:

• The Eagles resident Olympian Devon Allen did not make the 53-man roster. The Eagles forego Allen, according to Heavy’s Matt Lombardo. If he releases waivers, Allen would be a good candidate for the practice squad.

• When the news came out that the Eagles traded for DB Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, we also learned that they were Anthony Harrisaccording to ESPNs Adam Schefter. We might see Harris return at a later date.

• Corner back Mac McCain III has been waived, according to a competition source. McCain began training camp working with the Eagles’ second team defense.

• Veterans Attacking Tackle Le’Raven Clark has been released, according to Schefter. Clark had worked while the third team left the tackle behind Jordan Mailata and Andre Dillard.

Defensive tackle Marvin Wilson has been waived, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Wilson had a strong camp, but the numbers are tough in that position.

• The Eagles waive UDFA cornerback Mario Goodrichaccording to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Goodrich’s contract included $217,000 in guaranteed money. He could be back on the practice squad.

• After a bad preseason, the Eagles waive QB Reid Sinnettaccording to Pelissero. Sinnett was the third string all camp and even got some reps from the second team. But in the end, the Eagles only hold two QBs out of 53.

Jaquiski Tartt was once considered an exciting safety sign, but it’s one of the Eagles’ first cuts, according to Adam Caplan. The 49ers veteran missed some practice time for personal reasons and never really stood out.

• The Eagles released center Cameron Tomaccording to Aaron Wilson from ProFootballNetwork. Tom was a UDFA in 2017 and has jumped around with a few different teams.

• One of the most remarkable cases of the entire summer was: Carson Strongwho is released according to Jonathan Jones from CBS Sports. Strong barely played in the preseason, despite being guaranteed $320,000, the most Eagles UDFAs by far. The Nevada product talked about his summer after Saturday’s preseason game.

• Run back Jason Huntley is released, according to Mike Kaye from ProFootballNetwork. Huntley spent last season on the exhibition squad for the Eagles and broke off a long touchdown run in the preseason finale.

• For the second time in the week, the Eagles waive CB Josh Blackwellaccording to Wilson. The Eagles released Blackwell last week but re-signed him a few days later for practice in Miami and the third preseason game.

• The Eagles bring DT . from Renell Wrenaccording to Caplan. Wren is a former fourth round pick who played in 12 games for the Bengals.

• Tight end Richard Rodgers has been released, according to’s Chris Franklin. The veteran has had several stints with the Eagles and is always just a phone call away.

• A few years ago, Greg Ward was a large part of the Eagles receiving corps. But this summer he suffered a toe injury and is now being released, according to Franklin.

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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