5 Former Eagles Who Still Can't Find a Job in 2024 Free Agency

These former Eagles are struggling to find new teams despite two weeks of free agency having passed.
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The Philadelphia Eagles had a big roster turnover this offseason. That was to be expected after the epic collapse in the second half of the season.

The disastrous end to the season for Philadelphia is possibly impacting the free-agent market for some of the former Eagles. Here are five players who finished the season in Philly but can't find a team on the open market for one reason or another.

Olamide Zaccheaus, WR

The 26-year-old wideout's arrival in Philadelphia excited Eagles fans an offseason ago. The young, promising offensive weapon was going to look even better in a more dynamic offense but quite the opposite happened.

Zaccheaus, who finished the 2022 season with the Falcons, registering 40 catches, 533 yards, and 3 touchdowns, turned into a pumpkin in Philly. His snap count fell to 41% from 70% and finished with 10 receptions, 164 yards, and two scores in as many games.

Eagles fans hoped to see more of him on the field throughout the season, especially as the season went on and the team started to struggle. That never came to fruition. There is a chance Zaccheaus would be back for another season as a cheap depth option but he might be better off trying his luck elsewhere and reviving his career.