10 Eagles Whose Time in Philly Will End After Wild Card Loss

Ten of the most likely members of the Philadelphia Eagles to be moving on after the team's Wild Card Round loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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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.