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2021 NFL roster cuts are underway. The Philadelphia Eagles — along with 31 other teams — have until 4:00 PM Eastern on Tuesday, August 31 to get their roster down to the regular season 53-player limit.
Stay tuned to this thread for lives updates on Eagles cuts, trades, news, rumors, and more. The Eagles likely won’t officially confirm their roster moves until Tuesday afternoon but some of their cuts will slowly leak out through media reports before then. Hence the purpose of this tracker!
Tuesday, August 31, 4:00 PM ET: Roster must be down to 53 players.
Wednesday, September 1, 4:00 PM ET: NFL waiver wire claims will be revealed after this point. 16-player practice squads can start to be formed.
NEWEST UPDATES POSTED AT THE TOP OF THIS SECTION. Read from bottom up for chronological order.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31
[4:06 PM ET] - The Eagles officially trimmed their roster by making 22 moves. Here’s a look at their initial 53-man roster.
[3:14 PM ET] - The Eagles are reportedly releasing S Andrew Adams. As a vested veteran, he’s not subject to waivers. Could return on the practice squad with the Eagles needing some more safety depth. Roster unofficialy down to 65 players. (Source: John Clark)
[3:08 PM ET] - The Eagles are reportedly keeping WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside on the 53-man roster. Not a surprise with Hightower and Fulgham on the way out. JJAW could still be in danger if the Eagles claim a WR. (Source: Geoff Mosher)
[2:57 PM ET] - The Eagles are reportedly waiving second-year WR John Hightower. Hightower had a good camp last year before mightily struggling and falling out of favor in the regular season. He missed a good chunk of this year’s camp due to injury. Practice squad candidate if he goes unclaimed. Roster unofficialy down to 66 players. (Source: Dave Zangaro)
[2:47 PM ET] - The Eagles are reportedly keeping rookie DT Marlon Tuipulotu on their 53-man roster. That’s a surprise. He didn’t stand out at all in practice and he was bad in the preseason games. (Source: Andrew DiCecco)
[2:10 PM ET] - The Eagles are reportedly waiving WR Travis Fulgham. Very notable considering he lead the team in receiving yards last year. But not surprising from the standpoint that he really struggled in practice and preseason games. Sounds like the Birds are only keeping five receivers. Roster unofficialy down to 67 players. (Source: Geoff Mosher)
[11:56 AM ET] - In former Eagles news, the Cleveland Browns are reportedly expected to add QB Nick Mullens to their practice squad. (Source: Mike Garafolo)
[11:21 AM ET] - The Eagles officially traded OL Matt Pryor and their 2022 seventh-round pick to Indianapolis in exchange for the Colts’ 2022 sixth-round pick. Getting anything for Pryor is a win. Roster is unofficially down to 68 players.
[8:42 AM ET] - The Eagles reportedly waived DT Raequan Williams. The 2020 UDFA signing wasn’t considered a strong contender to make the roster. Could come back on the practice squad. Roster is unofficially down to 69 players. (Source: Mike Kaye)
[7:55 AM ET] - The Eagles reportedly waived RB Jason Huntley. This is a shame. Huntley looked good early on in camp before suffering a rib injury. He flashed home run speed and he figured to be the team’s best kick returner option. One would imagine the Eagles will try to bring him back on the practice squad if he goes unclaimed. Roster is unofficially down to 70 players. (Source: Tom Pelissero)
[6:11 AM ET] - The Eagles reportedly waived CB Craig James. Not a shocker since he missed a lot of camp due to a foot injury but still notable considering he was a co-special teams captain last year. It’s said he will be on the practice squad if/when he clears waivers. Roster is unofficially down to 71 players. (Source: Tom Pelissero)
MONDAY, AUGUST 30
[9:55 PM ET] - The Eagles reportedly cut DE Matt Leo but that they intend to sign him back to the practice squad via the international pathway exemption. He will not count towards the 16-player limit just as he did not count against the 90-man roster. (Source: Mike Kaye)
[8:49 PM ET] - The Eagles reportedly released WR Andre Patton. He’s a candidate to return on the practice squad after having a quietly solid summer. Roster unofficially down to 72 players. (Source: Matt Lombardo)
[8:42 PM ET] - The Eagles reportedly waived CB Michael Jacquet III and OL Ross Pierschbacher. Not surprising. Roster unofficially down to 73 players. (Sources: Dave Zangaro and Mike Garafolo)
[2:00 PM ET] - The Eagles activated Rodney McLeod from PUP and Landon Dickerson from NFI. This confirms they’ll both be on the 53-man roster. McLeod was expected to be on but Dickerson’s status was less clear.
[6:28 AM ET] - The Eagles are reportedly fielding trade offers for their offensive linemen and their linebackers. The latter is a bit of a surprise. The Eagles have a lot of bodies at that spot but hardly boast a bevy of proven options.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29
[10:40 AM ET] - The Eagles waived RB Elijah Holyfield, WR Marken Michel, TE Cary Angeline, DE JaQuan Bailey, and LB Rashad Smith. Roster officially down to 75 players.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28
[11:55 AM ET] - The Eagles traded a conditional 2022 sixth-round pick in exchange for QB Gardner Minshew. In a corresponding move, the Eagles released QB Nick Mullens.
The following players were not “waived” because they’re vested veterans and are now free to sign with any team.
TE Richard Rodgers
OT Le’Raven Clark
RB Jordan Howard
CB Kevon Seymour
DT Hassan Ridgeway
S Andrew Adams
QB Nick Mullens
The following players are subject to waivers.
S Elijah Riley
LB JaCoby Stevens
OG Sua Opeta
S Grayland Arnold
OL Kayode Awosika
WR John Hightower
WR Travis Fulgham
DT Raequan Williams
RB Jason Huntley
CB Craig James
DE Matt Leo
WR Andre Patton
OL Ross Pierschbacher
CB Michael Jacquet III
RB Elijah Holyfield
WR Marken Michel
TE Cary Angeline
DE JaQuan Bailey
LB Rashad Smith
DT T.Y. McGill
QB Gardner Minshew
OL Matt Pryor
S Blake Countess to season-ending injured reserve
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The Philadelphia Eagles wrapped up the 2021 NFL preseason with a 31-31 tie against the New York Jets Friday night. The Eagles, along with the rest of the 31 NFL teams, will be making roster cuts over the next week to get down to the 53-man limit.
The Eagles will have to make some tough cuts on the defensive line and wide receiver. The wideout spot has been under the microscope for Philadelphia this summer. DeVonta Smith, Jalen Reagor, Quez Watkins and Greg Ward seem to be locks to make the 53-man roster. But J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Travis Fulgham, and John Hightower are on the roster bubble to fight for the last couple of spots.
*Player who was waived with an injury designation and has reverted back to the team’s injured reserve list
Eagles 53-man roster following roster cuts
Philadelphia Eagles, 53-man roster
Eagles roster cuts
- QB Nick Mullens
- RB Elijah Holyfield
- RB Jordan Howard
- RB Jason Huntley
- RB Kerryon Johnson
- RB/KR Jason Huntley
- WR Jhamon Ausbon
- WR Hakeem Butler
- WR Travis Fulgham
- WR John Hightower
- WR Adrian Killins*
- WR Marken Michel
- WR Andre Patton
- TE Cary Angeline
- TE Richard Rodgers
- TE Caleb Wilson
- OL Kayode Awosika
- OT Le’Raven Clark
- C Harry Crider
- C Luke Juriga
- G Sua Opeta
- OL Ross Pierschbacher
- OT Casey Tucker
- DE JaQuan Bailey
- DE Matt Leo
- DT Hassan Ridgeway
- DT Raequan Williams
- LB Joe Ostman*
- LB Rashad Smith
- LB JaCoby Stevens
- CB Lavert Hill
- CB Michael Jacquet
- CB Craig James
- CB Kevon Seymour
- S Andrew Adams
- S Grayland Arnold
- S Elijah Riley
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The Eagles now officially have their initial 53-man roster.
The means the Eagles made a total of 28 moves. There were some tough decisions.
Here are all the Eagles’ moves:
• Blake Countess was placed on IR. T.Y. McGill was placed on Reserve/COVID-19.
• The Eagles traded OL Matt Pryor to the Colts for a 2022 late-round pick swap. Pryor was likely going to be released.
• The Eagles activatedRodney McLeod off Active/PUP and Landon Dickerson off Active/NFI, which means both players will take up roster spots at final cuts.
The following players were released as vested veterans:
RB Jordan Howard: A surprise cut! Howard had a decent training camp but the Eagles elected to keep just three running backs on their initial roster.
S Andrew Adams: The Eagles signed the veteran safety to a one-year veteran salary benefit deal this offseason but he still didn’t make the cut. Adams, 28, has considerable NFL experience with 73 games played and 32 starts for the Giants and Bucs. Since he's a vested veteran, he's not subject to the waiver process.
DT Hassan Ridgeway: Expectations were higher for Ridgeway coming into this summer and he was beat out for a job. Maybe injuries have taken a toll on the 26-year-old. He has played in just 19 games over the last three seasons.
TE Richard Rodgers: Rodgers will be a candidate to return in a couple weeks if the Eagles need him. He had a quiet summer.
OT Le’Raven Clark: After starting camp on the PUP list, Clark was activated in time to practice and even play in the preseason. He looked good too. But the Eagles have other options at tackle and released the veteran.
CB Kevon Seymour: After joining the Eagles late last season after injuries decimated the secondary, Seymour came into this year deep on the depth chart. His experience (33 games, 5 starts) wasn’t enough to keep him around.
The following players were waived:
LB JaCoby Stevens: The Eagles used a sixth-round pick on the LSU safety and converted him into an undersize hybrid linebacker. But Stevens missed significant time in training camp with an injury that hurt his roster chances.
OL Kayode Awosika: It seemed like the UDFA from Buffalo was an under-the-radar candidate to make the roster. The Eagles gave him over $112,000 in guaranteed money and he impressed in camp. If he doesn’t get claimed, he’s a safe bet for the practice squad.
S Elijah Riley: The former UDFA out of Army made a strong roster push largely because of his ability on special teams. He already has five games under his belt from last season. Could be headed for the practice squad for now.
OG Sua Opeta: The UDFA from Weber State has been with the Eagles since 2019. Last year, he played in eight games and started two. Opeta is a physically gifted guard but Jeff Stoutland has been working on developing him.
WR John Hightower: The 2020 fifth-round pick played a ton early in his rookie season but then was basically a healthy scratch by the end of it. In a competitive wide receiver room, Hightower failed to stand out this summer. Still, he could be worth a practice squad spot if the Eagles want to continue to develop him.
WR Travis Fulgham: He was a star in the 2020 season but has fallen off very quickly. Fulgham put together a magical month last year under Doug Pederson and was even given a chance to earn a starting gig this summer. But now he won’t even be on the roster.
DT Raequan Williams: Williams went undrafted out of Michigan State last year but ended up playing in six games with the Eagles as a rookie. He’s a big interior linemen and the Eagles don’t have a lot of those guys, so it’s possible he sticks around if he clears waivers.
RB Jason Huntley: This was likely one of the harder cuts for the Eagles. Huntley suffered a ribs injury during camp but there was a period where he was shining daily with big runs. He has pure speed and also capability as a kick returner. If he clears waivers, a practice squad spot could be waiting for him.
CB Craig James: James is known as a special teams standout but he’s struggled to stay healthy. After playing in just four games last season, James had been dealing with a foot injury lately. He's an obvious practice squad candidate.
DE Matt Leo: Leo is part of the NFL's International Pathway Program and had a roster exemption. Kaye reports the Eagles will keep Leo as an extra 17th member of their practice squad.
WR Andre Patton: After arriving late, Patton was seen as a camp body but had an impressive summer. His familiarity with head coach Nick Sirianni might have helped. He didn’t make the roster but he made a serious push over the last month.
OL Ross Pierschbacher: Once a fifth-round pick to Washington, Pierschbacher joined the Eagles late last season. He had an underwhelming camp and was buried on the depth chart.
CB Michael Jacquet: The Eagles released Jacquet on Monday night, a league source told NBC Sports Philadelphia. Jacquet came into this summer with an outside chance to earn a roster spot and had an up-and-down summer. The Eagles have invested a year in Jacquet and they really liked him as a UDFA last year so perhaps he sticks around on the practice squad. He is far from a finished product.
TE Cary Angeline: The Downingtown East product was just signed by the Eagles last week to take some reps at tight end after a serious injury to Jason Croom. He got to face the Jets in two joint practices and played in the preseason game.
DE JaQuan Bailey: An undrafted rookie out of Iowa State, Bailey was buried on the Eagles’ depth chart at the position.
RB Elijah Holyfield: Holyfield first joined the Eagles late in the 2019 season and then spent time in 2020 on the Eagles’ practice squad. Perhaps he’ll end up on the 16-man practice squad again.
WR Marken Michel: The Eagles claimed Michel off waivers back on Aug. 10 for his second stint with the Eagles. The brother of running back Sony Michel, Marken Michel is a crisp route runner but has failed to carve out an NFL career after a three-year stint in the CFL from 2016-2018.
LB Rashad Smith: After going undrafted out of Florida Atlantic in 2020, Smith was with the Bears and Cowboys last season before joining the Eagles. He was on the practice squad last year but was elevated for one game.
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The Eagles are taking their time as they work to cut their roster to the 53-player limit before the NFL’s annual deadline. The team has until 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday to reduce their roster to the league-mandated limit, and so far, they’ve only made a minor dent in their training camp depth chart.
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Below is a live tracker to follow all of the Eagles-related movement ahead of the cut deadline -- make sure to bookmark this page as the team begins to reduce its roster:
Australian player from NFL’s International Pathway Program cut
A person with knowledge of the situation has told NJ Advance Media that defensive end Matt Leo will be released. However, the Eagles are planning to bring back Leo and use the International Pathway Program exemption to place him on the practice squad.
The Eagles were awarded Leo, a native of Australia, before last season as part of a program created by the NFL to give international players a chance to play in the league. Leo spent all of last season on the practice squad.
Michael Jacquet, Andre Patton among players released Monday night
The Eagles are beginning to pick up on the pace they are releasing players.
According to NBC Sports Philadelphia’s Dave Zangaro, the Eagles have released cornerback Michael Jacquet. Jacquet played in seven games last season for the Eagles, compiling 18 total tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. Jacquet did not play well during training camp. His best play was against the Jets in the preseason finale, where he intercepted a pass. A physical, young cornerback, Jacquet can still develop to be a servicable member of the secondary but will need more experience.
Patton, a wide receiver who signed at the beginning of training camp, was released, according to Fansided NFL columnist Matt Lombardo. Patton, a veteran wide receiver, was one of quarterback Joe Flacco’s favorite targets during preseason. Patton had familiarity with head coach Nick Sirianni from their time with the Los Angeles Chargers.
Young offensive lineman waived
According to NFL Network reporter Mike Garafolo and confirmed by NJ Advance Media, the Eagles are waiving offensive lineman Ross Pierschbacher. Pierschbacher, who was signed to the Eagles’ practice squad late last season, played center and guard in training camp. Pierschbacher could make a return appearance to the practice squad.
Eagles activate Landon Dickerson and Rodney McLeod
The Eagles activated safety Rodney McLeod and center Landon Dickerson from their respective injury lists on Monday. McLeod was activated from the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list and Dickerson was activated from the Non-Football Injury (NFI) list.
Both players missed all of training camp and the preseason following their respective ACL surgeries. Both injuries occurred in December of last year, so their similar timeline for recovery was expected.
However, just because both were activated, it doesn’t mean either will play in Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons. The Eagles activated both players because they wanted to avoid losing them for the first six weeks of the regular season.
With Dickerson and McLeod both counting against the Eagles’ 53-man roster, a pair of players are likely to be cut in their place ahead of the league’s deadline on Tuesday. (READ MORE: DICKERSON | MCLEOD)
Eagles taking calls about linebackers and offensive linemen
According to Sports Illustrated columnist Albert Breer, teams have been calling the Eagles about offensive linemen and linebackers. In his Monday Morning Quarterback column, Breer writes that the veterans at those positions are garnering the most interest.
“The Eagles are another team taking calls on offensive linemen—their issues of the last few years staying healthy up front have actually created a situation where they have experienced backups,” Breer wrote. “Philly’s also discussed dealing away some linebacker depth.”
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Eagles’ roster is at 76 players
The Eagles started their final-cut phase on Sunday, waiving five players in their initial wave of moves.
The Eagles announced the team waived running back Elijah Holyfield, defensive end JaQuan Bailey, linebacker Rashad Smith, wide receiver Marken Michel and tight end Cary Angeline. All five players will be subject to the waiver process and can re-sign with the team’s practice squad once they clear the wire.
The Eagles are now down to 76 players on their roster, including international exemption player Matt Leo.
What’s a vested veteran? And why do they matter?
The Eagles have a handful of vested veterans on their roster bubble entering final cuts. Vested veterans are players with four or more years of NFL experience. Those players are guaranteed their 2021 salary if they’re on the roster for the Week 1 game against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Eagles might choose to cut some vested veterans to hang onto younger talent that would be subject to waivers following the cut deadline. The Eagles can cut the vested veterans and then bring them back after making housekeeping moves -- like placing tight end Tyree Jackson (back) and linebacker Davion Taylor (calf) on injured reserve with return designations.
Tight end Richard Rodgers, safety Andrew Adams, offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark and defensive tackles T.Y. McGill and Hassan Ridgeway are deep-depth players who could be cut due to their statuses as vested veterans. The Eagles could drop those players while letting them know they’d like to have them back in Week 2 if they don’t find work elsewhere. They could also cut those players with the outlook of re-signing them later in Week 1.
The Eagles would probably prefer to cut Rodgers than risk losing rookie tight end Jack Stoll to the waiver wire. Moving on from the veteran, who can immediately become a free agent and make his own decisions, is less risky of a move.
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The Philadelphia Eagles, and the rest of the NFL for that matter, will have to trim their rosters to 53 players by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, and cuts have already begun around the league. Here we'll keep track of each of the Eagles cuts as they trickle in.
We'll also update our Eagles depth chart (as we see it) as players are waived or released. Most recent moves at the top:
• 3:05 p.m., Tuesday: The Eagles are releasing S Andrew Adams, per John Clark. Safety will likely be a high priority for the Eagles n the waiver wire.
• 2:54 p.m., Tuesday: Rookie DT Marlon Tuipulotu made the team, according to Andrew DiCecco. That's a major surprise, in my opinion, as Tuipulotu got pushed around in the preseason games, and did not have a good camp. He did have an injury earlier in the summer, so maybe the Eagles are attributing his poor play to that? Nevertheless, odd decision.
• 2:50 p.m., Tuesday: The Eagles are waiving WR John Hightower, per John Clark. Hightower had an outstanding 2020 camp as a rookie, followed by a disappointing regular season. In 2021 camp, Hightower wasn't bad, but he didn't do enough to definitively stamp his ticket to the 53-man roster. He does possess speed, so the Eagles will no doubt want him back on the practice squad if they're able to keep him.
• 2:10 p.m., Tuesday: Big one! The Eagles have waived WR Travis Fulgham, per Mike Garafolo. Fulgham entered camp as a player competing for a starting job at wide receiver, but after a bad camp and a quiet preseason, he meritoriously did not make the initial 53. Fulgham led the Eagles in 2020 with 539 receiving yards, and was one of the rare bright spots that season, for five weeks, anyway.
• 1:24 p.m., Tuesday: The Eagles traded Matt Pryor and a 2022 seventh-round pick to the Colts for a 2022 sixth-round pick. More on that here.
• 9:02 a.m., Tuesday: The Eagles released Raequan Williams, per Mike Kaye. Williams is a roster-worthy-ish player, who appeared in six games last season. He's a guy who could be an in-season callup at some point, assuming nobody claims him on waivers and he signs with the Eagles' practice squad.
• 7:38 a.m., Tuesday: The Eagles are waiving RB Jason Huntley, per Tom Pelissero. The Eagles claimed Huntley off of waivers last year, but he didn't contribute much during the regular season. In training camp this year, Huntley flashed, particularly early in camp, showing that he has intriguing speed. There's perhaps an argument to be made that Huntley is the best kick returner on the team, and the Eagles would no doubt be interested in bring him back to the practice squad.
• 6:48 a.m., Tuesday: The Eagles will release Craig James, per Tom Pelissero. James was perhaps the Eagles' best special teams player heading into the season last year, but he could only stay healthy for four games, and he missed a chunk of camp this summer. There should be no fear of some other team claiming him on waivers.
• 10:03 p.m., Monday: The Eagles will cut DE Matt Leo, per Mike Kaye. He'll be back on the practice squad and won't count toward the Eagles' 16 practice squad spots.
• 8:55 p.m., Monday: The Eagles are waiving WR Andre Patton, per Matt Lombardo. Patton was added to the roster after training camp was already underway, and he actually had a decent camp, sort of in the same way Travis Fulgham showed something during 2020 camp after being a late addition to the roster. I like his chances for the practice squad.
• 8:12 p.m., Monday: The Eagles are waiving OL Ross Pierschbacher, a backup interior offensive lineman who was always sort of a longshot to make the roster.
• 7:57 p.m., Monday: The Eagles are waiving CB Michael Jacquet, per Dave Zangaro. Jacquet had a nice strip-and-score at the end of the Jets preseason game that also ironically cost them the win. Throughout that game, he also gave up a bunch of receptions, which was a theme throughout camp. Jacquet has good size, and is worth further development, but his release isn't a surprise in any way.
• 2:12 p.m., Monday: The Eagles activated S Rodney McLeod and OL Landon Dickerson from the PUP list. More on that here.
• 10:45 a.m., Sunday: The Eagles announced that they have waived TE Cary Angeline, DE JaQuan Bailey, RB Elijah Holyfield, WR Marken Michel, and LB Rashad Smith.
They were all obvious cuts. Of those players, the most likely to land back on the practice squad is probably Bailey.
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Philadelphia Eagles Transactions
Acquired CB Tay Gowan and a 2022 fifth-round pick from Arizona in exchange for TE Zach Ertz.
Protected the following practice squad players: T Le'Raven Clark, WR John Hightower, DB Elijah Riley, and TE Noah Togiai.
Placed TE Dallas Goedert on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Signed LB Christian Elliss and TE Noah Togiai to the practice squad and released TE Nick Eubanks and WR Travis Fulgham from the practice squad.
Restored T Le'Raven Clark to the practice squad and released LB Christian Elliss from the practice squad.
Protected the following practice squad players: T Kayode Awosika, WR John Hightower, CB Craig James, and DB Elijah Riley.
Placed G Sua Opeta on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Activated T/G Jack Driscoll and CB Josiah Scott from Reserve/Injured.
Promoted G Sua Opeta to the active roster and signed T Casey Tucker and DE Cameron Malveaux to the practice squad.
Started the 21-day practice period for T/G Jack Driscoll and CB Josiah Scott.
Released TE Richard Rodgers from the practice squad and placed G Isaac Seumalo and S K'Von Wallace on Reserve/Injured.
Activated TE Zach Ertz from the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Signed TE Richard Rodgers to the practice squad and released C Harry Crider from the practice squad.
The team has protected the following practice squad players: CB Craig James, G Sua Opeta, S Elijah Riley, and DT Marvin Wilson.
Agreed to sign G Jack Anderson to the active roster from Buffalo's practice squad and placed DE Brandon Graham and G Brandon Brooks on Reserve/Injured.
Placed TE Zach Ertz on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Roster Moves: Eagles have placed T Le'Raven Clark on practice squad Reserve/Injured and signed C Harry Crider to the practice squad. The team also protected the following practice squad players: G/T Kayode Awosika, CB Craig James, S Elijah Riley, and DT Marvin Wilson.
Activated DT T.Y. McGill from the Reserve/COVID-19 list and subsequently waived him.
Signed T Jordan Mailata to a four-year contract extension through 2025.
Signed LB Christian Elliss to the practice squad and released C Ross Pierschbacher from the practice squad.
Signed CB Mac McCain from Denver's practice squad to the active roster.
Released S Grayland Arnold from the practice squad.
Claimed DB Andre Chachere off of waivers.
Agreed to terms with TE Nick Eubanks, WR KeeSean Johnson, and DT Marvin Wilson to join the practice squad.
Signed DT Hassan Ridgeway.
Placed T/G Jack Driscoll, TE Tyree Jackson, and CB Josiah Scott on Reserve/Injured.
Agreed to terms with the following players to join the practice squad: S Grayland Arnold, G/T Kayode Awosika, T Le'Raven Clark, WR Travis Fulgham, WR John Hightower, RB Jordan Howard, RB Jason Huntley, CB Michael Jacquet, CB Craig James, DE Matt Leo, G Sua Opeta, C/G Ross Pierschbacher, S Elijah Riley, LB JaCoby Stevens, and DT Raequan Williams.
Placed S Blake Countess on Reserve/Injured.
Placed DT T.Y. McGill on Reserve/COVID-19.
Waived the following players: S Grayland Arnold, G/T Kayode Awosika, WR Travis Fulgham, WR John Hightower, RB Jason Huntley, CB Michael Jacquet, CB Craig James, DE Matt Leo, G Sua Opeta, WR Andre Patton, C/G Ross Pierschbacher, S Elijah Riley, LB JaCoby Stevens, and DT Raequan Williams.
Released the following players: S Andrew Adams, T Le'Raven Clark, RB Jordan Howard, DT Hassan Ridgeway, TE Richard Rodgers, and CB Kevon Seymour.
Acquired a sixth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft from Indianapolis in exchange for G/T Matt Pryor and a seventh-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Activated OL Landon Dickerson from the Active/Non-Football Injury list and S Rodney McLeod has been activated from the Active/PUP list.
Waived TE Cary Angeline, DE JaQuan Bailey, RB Elijah Holyfield, WR Marken Michel, and LB Rashad Smith.
Acquired QB Gardner Minshew from Jacksonville in exchange for a conditional sixth-round pick in 2022. The team also released QB Nick Mullens.
Waived/injured LB Joe Ostman.
Waived WR Jhamon Ausbon, WR Hakeem Butler, C Harry Crider, and CB Lavert Hill.
Signed TE Cary Angeline and placed TE Jason Croom on Reserve/Injured.
Waived/injured RB Kerryon Johnson, C Luke Juriga, and T Casey Tucker.
Activated T Le'Raven Clark from Active/PUP. The team also waived WR Adrian Killins and TE Caleb Wilson.
Claimed WR Marken Michel off waivers and waived/injured WR Michael Walker.
Signed S Blake Countess and waived/injured S Obi Melifonwu.
Activated DE Matt Leo from the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Activated LB Alex Singleton from the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
Waived CB Shakial Taylor.
Activated S Andrew Adams from Reserve/COVID-19 list. Waived/injured DB Nate Meadors.
Signed S Obi Melifonwu and WR Andre Patton.
Placed S Andrew Adams, DE Matt Leo, and LB Alex Singleton on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Placed T Le'Raven Clark and S Rodney McLeod on the Active/Physically Unable to Perform list. Placed OL Landon Dickerson on the Active/Non-Football Injury list.
Signed OL Landon Dickerson to his rookie contract.
Agreed to terms with CB Steven Nelson on a one-year contract and released DT Willie Henry.
Agreed to terms with QB Nick Mullens.
Agreed to terms with WR Michael Walker and signed TE Richard Rodgers.
Waived QB Jamie Newman and WR Khalil Tate and waived/injured WR Trevon Grimes.
Signed LB JaCoby Stevens.
Signed the following draft picks: Marlon Tuipulotu, Tarron Jackson, and Patrick Johnson.
Signed the following draft picks: DeVonta Smith, Milton Williams, Zech McPhearson, and Kenneth Gainwell.
Signed DT Willie Henry and waived LB Joe Bachie.
Signed T Le'Raven Clark.
Signed T Casey Tucker.
Acquired CB Josiah Scott from the Jaguars in exchange for CB Jameson Houston and a 2023 sixth-round pick.
Agreed to terms with DE Ryan Kerrigan on a one-year contract.
Signed DB Nate Meadors.
Signed the following 7 undrafted free agents: WR Jhamon Ausbon, G Kayode Awosika, DE JaQuan Bailey, C Harry Crider, WR Trevon Grimes, QB Jamie Newman, and TE Jack Stoll.
Claimed RB Kerryon Johnson off of waivers.
Selected LB Patrick Johnson with the 234th pick in the NFL Draft.
Selected LB JaCoby Stevens with the 224th pick in the NFL Draft.
Selected DE Tarron Jackson with the 191st pick in the NFL Draft.
Selected DT Marlon Tuipulotu with the 189th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Traded picks No. 225 and No. 240 in the 2021 NFL Draft to Washington in exchange for a 2022 5th-round pick.
Selected RB Kenneth Gainwell with the 150th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Selected CB Zech McPhearson with the 123rd pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Selected DT Milton Williams with the 73rd pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Traded pick No. 70 to Carolina in exchange for picks No. 73 and No. 191.
Selected C Landon Dickerson with the 37th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Selected WR DeVonta Smith with the 10th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Traded picks No. 12 and No. 84 to Dallas in exchange for pick No. 10.
Agreed to terms with RB Jordan Howard and LB Eric Wilson on one-year contracts.
Signed RB Boston Scott to exclusive rights tender.
Signed WR Greg Ward to exclusive rights tender.
Signed LB Alex Singleton to exclusive rights tender.
Agreed to terms with QB Joe Flacco on a one-year contract.
Waived/non-football injury WR Deontay Burnett.
Agreed to terms with S Anthony Harris on a one-year contract.
Agreed to terms with S Andrew Adams and DT Hassan Ridgeway.
Released DT Malik Jackson and WR Alshon Jeffery.
Traded QB Carson Wentz to the Colts in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a conditional 2022 first-round pick.
Signed DE Brandon Graham to a one-year contract extension through 2022.
Released S Blake Countess and DT Treyvon Hester.
Released WR DeSean Jackson.
Claimed CB Shakial Taylor off of waivers.
Signed P Arryn Siposs and WR Khalil Tate to Reserve/Futures contracts.
Signed CB Kevon Seymour to a Reserve/Futures contract.
Signed TE Tyree Jackson to a Reserve/Futures contract.
Agreed to terms on a one-year contract with DT T.Y. McGill.
Signed the following players to Reserve/Futures contracts: WR Deontay Burnett, TE Hakeem Butler, S Blake Countess, DT Treyvon Hester, CB Lavert Hill, RB Elijah Holyfield, CB Jameson Houston, DE Matt Leo, and DE Joe Ostman.
Elevated CB Jameson Houston from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement.
Placed CB Nickell Robey-Coleman on the Reserve/COVID-19 list and RB Adrian Killins on the Practice Squad COVID-19 list.
Elevated DE Joe Ostman and T Prince Tega Wanogho from the practice squad for Sunday's game against Washington. Also elevated S Blake Countess from the practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement.
Signed TE Jason Croom and LB Rashad Smith from the practice squad to the active roster.
Placed LB Shaun Bradley and LB Duke Riley on Reserve/Injured.