Let’s make this short and sweet. Just about every team walks into the preseason with four signal-callers. Most will only carry three into the regular season. Carson Wentz isn’t going anywhere. Jalen Hurts is a second-round draft selection, and unless Nate Sudfeld gets hurt again, Philly’s demonstrated they’re committed to him.
Every snap Kyle Lauletta gets is an audition for another team. The question is will anyone be interested?
Anthony Rush was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Philadelphia Eagles in April of 2019, and his NFL experience has already been a roller coaster ride.
He was waived by Philly towards the end of July and signed by what was then the Oakland Raiders five days later (August 1st). From there, he was waived by the Raiders during final roster cuts and re-signed to the practice squad in the span of three days. Philly reacquired him by signing him off of the Raiders’ practice squad on October 21st.
In nine games with the “Birds”, he tallied nine tackles, but with Philly already being loaded at the defensive tackle position, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where Rush even makes the roster.