3 Ex-Eagles Still Without a Job After Carson Wentz Signing

These former Philadelphia Eagles are still looking for their next NFL contracts. It's looking bleak for a few of them.

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Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz finally signed with a team in free agency and he will not be waiting for an offer during the season like last year. He will be a backup to Patrick Mahomes in Kansas City.

However, there are still plenty of ex-Eagles still available on the market. And for a few of them, the clock is ticking and whether they have an NFL future is becoming a more real question with every passing day. Let's take a look at some of the big names still out there.

Andre Dillard, OT

How disastrous of a draft pick this was by the Eagles is now overshadowed by the Tennessee Titans' ridiculous decision to give him a three-year, $29 million deal last offseason. Only one year after that contract, the Titans have released Andre Dillard and the former first-round pick is back on the market.

And for now, it doesn't look like the 28-year-old offensive lineman has much of a market.

Dillard played the most games and snaps of his five-year career last season but graded as one of the worst offensive tackles in the league, according to PFF. In 16 games, he allowed 12 sacks and 9 QB hits, receiving a 47.4 pass block grade.

At least the former Washington State standout was healthier than he has ever been last season. This could help land him another deal but it's hard to see it come in at more than a one-year, prove it deal. It could even be for the Eagles, who need more offensive line depth.