The Philadelphia Eagles have released four offensive lineman and two tight ends as they to 53 players by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Eagles have cut tight ends Dan Arnold and Tyree Jackson, and offensive lineman Dennis Kelly, Josh Andrews, Brett Toth and Tyrese Robinson.
Arnold is a veteran NFL TE, who had his best season in 2020 with the Arizona Cardinals. He caught 31 passes for 438 yards and 4 TDs.
Tyree Jackson was a former QB, who the Eagles have tried to convert into a TE.
Kelly was an Eagles draft pick back in 2012, before playing in Tennessee, Green Bay, and Indianapolis. He seemed like a logical backup offensive tackle addition, but he struggled in camp and was beaten out by Fred Johnson.
Andrews is another experienced offensive lineman who just didn’t play well enough in camp to make the team.
Toth was given the chance to center, but he simply couldn’t snap in shotgun and was demoted to third team LG. Robinson was buried on the depth chart and was never going to make the active roster.
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