With the conclusion of the NFL Draft, roster cuts have been happening across the league. For these four Philadelphia Eagles veterans, they could be joining the crowd on the waiver wire.
The Eagles used their fourth-round pick on Clemson safety K’Von Wallace. For now, Jalen Mills is slated to be the replacement for Malcolm Jenkins, but Wallace could give the team another option. That leaves Ford who played just 17% of the team’s defensive snaps last season. If Ford can’t land a spot on special teams, then he could be gone.
Singleton appeared in 10 games last year, but only made the active roster due to the release of Zach Brown. He was originally a practice squad member. Singleton finished 2019 with just five tackles. He clearly is not a future piece of the team, so don’t expect him to remain with the team in the future.
Lauletta served as the Eagle’s practice squad quarterback. The 25-year old came to Philly last season. In January, he signed a reserve contract, but nothing is guaranteed. Lauletta has just five pass attempts in his career and completed zero of them. One of those attempts landed as an interception. Clearly, his value is little to the Eagles.
Across three seasons, Douglas has started 18 games with 118 tackles. He has provided depth as a spot starter when the team needs him. His $2.3 million cap hit could be spent elsewhere. It’s very possible the Eagles will not keep him around much longer.