The Philadelphia Eagles made their big chunk of roster cuts on Saturday, releasing 14 players, including Joe Kruger and Jake Knott. Find an updated version of the Eagles depth chart below, with the released players X'd out. The Eagles have until Tuesday afternoon to cut their 90-man roster down to 75 players. They are currently at 76 players, so one more cut remains. By next Saturday afternoon, August 30th, they will need to be down to 53 players.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly might not care about the depth chart, but fans sure do, so let's take a look at the most recent version now that the Eagles have released 14 players. Also, don't forget to check out Bleeding Green Nation's latest 53-man roster projection.
Many have pointed out that none of the 9 Eagles players who attended Oregon were included in the first round of cuts. Cue complaining about Oregon bias.
Quick take: The Eagles removed most of their deep reserve depth from the offensive line, wide receiver, and tight end.
Quick take: The Eagles now only have five defensive ends left on their roster.
P: Donnie Jones
K: Alex Henery, Cody Parkey,
H: Donnie Jones, Mark Sanchez
PR: Darren Sproles, Damaris Johnson, Jeff Maehl, Jordan Matthews
KOR: Nolan Carroll II, Josh Huff, Darren Sproles, Damaris Johnson
LS: Jon Dorenbos, Brent Celek
Quick take: I'm not sure that the Eagles kicker in 2014 is actually on the roster yet.
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