Eagles Rule out four player to create space for upcoming undrafted

Eagles waive four players in order to create space for the upcoming undrafted class.

In order to create space for the new rookies, the Eagles dismissed four players on Monday.

The son of former Eagles Pro Bowl linebacker Jeremiah Trotter, Jeremiah Trotter Jr. was selected by the Eagles with the 155th overall pick on Saturday after they traded up in the fifth round. John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia spoke with the father and son.
Four players were dismissed by the Eagles on Monday to provide space for their undrafted class to be signed.

Noah Elliss, DT; Herbert Griffin, WR; and Mullen C. Lecitus Smith, Taiwan

Following the conclusion of the 2023 season, the Eagles signed all four of those players to futures contracts. To make room for the seven undrafted rookies they intend to sign this week, the Eagles had to clear some positions.

The Eagles had 77 players on the roster going into the draft. They signed Mekhi Becton, released four players, and drafted nine players. They are now down to 83.

We have been following the seven-man UDFA class that Howie Roseman announced on Saturday.

This is the Eagles’ smallest UDFA class since Roseman joined the team, he stated on Saturday. However, this was long planned.

“We deliberately chose to try to get guys from the team’s practice squads where we had some tape to watch,” Roseman said. “I think a big part of that is because of that.”

The Eagles had 77 players on the roster going into the draft. They signed Mekhi Becton, released four players, and drafted nine players. They are now down to 83.

We have been following the seven-man UDFA class that Howie Roseman announced on Saturday.

This is the Eagles’ smallest UDFA class since Roseman joined the team, he stated on Saturday. However, this was long planned.

“We deliberately chose to try to get guys from the team’s practice squads where we had some tape to watch,” Roseman said. “I think a big part of that is because of that.”

 

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