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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9. Rashaad Penny / 10. Albert Okwuegbunam

Unluckily, several of the Eagles' new additions this season -- like the aformentioned Jones and Leonard -- didn't really work out. You can count Rashaad Penny and Albert Okwuegbunam among that group.

Penny was an exciting signing who could've helped fill the void left behind by Miles Sanders. His home run ability seemed like a perfect fit for an offense that loved to run teams to death in 2022.

However, Philly got away from its ground game this past season, leaving less opportunities. As a result, Penny was often made an inactive while fellow newcomer D'Andre Swift earned the staff's trust early on.

Okwuegbunam often joined Penny on the list of players made inactive on game days. The once-hyped young tight end talent was an intriguing flyer, though him taking up a 53-man roster space turned out to be a massive waste, as he failed to record a catch in four appearances.

Neither player seems to have many fans on this staff, so they'd be wise to take their talents elsewhere.