Eagles waive LB Eric Wilson

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The Eagles are moving on from one of their offseason free-agent signings, waiving linebacker Eric Wilson after he was a healthy scratch on Sunday.

Wilson signed a 1-year, $2.75M deal with Philadelphia back in March, with the idea that he’d be the team’s top linebacker, adding value to a position that had long been ignored.

After playing 85% of the snaps in the season opener against the Falcons, Wilson has seen his playing time decrease each week.

With Wilson out, Philadelphia will turn to T.J. Edwards, Alex Singleton, and Davion Taylor. Shaun Bradley will likely see his snap count increase.

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