8. Shaq Leonard
Shaquill Leonard, on the other hand, is more in the Julio Jones camp. He was added by the Eagles as an accomplished veteran who might have a drop left in the tank.
As was also the case with Leonard, it's clear he's well past his prime. Injuries have sapped Leonard's All-Pro talent, and the player he is today looks washed trying to contain the new-age talent that's dominating the league.
Rather than make an impact and turn around a struggling defense, Leonard was a key part of the struggles, and after his snap share peaked at 86% in Week 16 (his third game in Philly), it dropped off every week, culimating in not playing a single snap in the playoffs.
There's a reason he wasn't used in the team's Wild Card loss. That's the kind of person this team can't afford to have taking up a precious roster spot.
Of course, the Eagles themselves may not even need to make that decision, as Leonard could very well be retiring this offseason after such a poor end to the season.