Philadelphia Eagles who may be playing their final game with this team

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Genard Avery #58, Philadelphia Eagles
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The Philadelphia Eagles defense could see some turnover before Week 1.

The Philadelphia Eagles could give up on some guys that they’ve invested in fairly recently, and they could do so relatively soon. There are about five guys that could be listed here (Seriously, can this team trade Derek Barnett?). Here are two guys that shouldn’t surprise you if they make the roster or if they’re left off of it.

Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Genard Avery

There are times when a man must choose between being nice or being truthful. Here’s an attempt to do the latter. It’s been almost two years since Philly traded for Genard Avery at the 2019 trade deadline. Ask yourself a serious question, and answer honestly. Do any of you know what this ma does well? You don’t, do you?

Frustrations with Genard Avery have reached a fever pitch with some of this fan base. Most wouldn’t even bat an eyelash if he was left off of the roster, but let’s be honest. None of us feel like he’s going to be left off of the roster, do we? This is becoming one of those situations where the Eagles brass values being right more than they value getting better.

Philadelphia Eagles safety K’Von Wallace

Much like the Philadelphia Eagles moved on from Shareef Miller after a single season, K’Von Wallace is beginning to look more and more like someone who’s rich in talent but will have to go elsewhere to see it blossom into something worth being excited over.

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Once Rodney Mcleod is cleared to play, he’ll be on this roster, and at this point of his career, Wallace hasn’t done much to prove that he deserves a spot on this roster over Marcus Epps, Anthony Harris, Elijah Riley, Andrew Adams, or Blake Countess other than get himself drafted in Round 4 a year ago.