10 Eagles Who Won't Return Next Season

As the Eagles turn the page to start a new chapter in their franchise's history, so will these players who are either looking for a new team or a new challenge.

Dec 31, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles center Cam Jurgens (51), center
Dec 31, 2023; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Philadelphia Eagles center Cam Jurgens (51), center / Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
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3. Boston Scott

Running back Boston Scott was drafted by the Eagles in 2018 out of Louisiana Tech. He has reached free agency before a couple of different times in his career, but has ultimately always come back to the Eagles in a reserved role.

Given the need for a shake-up in Philadelphia, this was probably his last season with the Eagles as both sides will move on from each other.

Scott was most useful for the Eagles off the bench, in the return game, and coming in for goal-line sets. In his six seasons with the Birds, Scott scored 17 total touchdowns in 75 games. Miraculously, over half of those touchdowns (9) came in seven different games against the New York Giants. You must believe Philly loved that production coming against a division rival.

His time in Philly may be coming to an end, but Scott could still be useful as a role player for another team looking for depth in the backfield or the return game. Wherever he ends up, teams should know his history and always have him in the game plan against the Giants. Or maybe the Giants should pick him up and hope it's a New York thing.