20 former Eagles who are still having a hard time finding jobs this offseason

Familiar faces are having (and may continue to have) difficult times finding new homes. Here's what's going on with 20 former Eagles we thought about recently.

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Christian Elliss, defensive end

Following two stints with the Eagles that spanned 2021 to 2023, Christian Elliss landed in New England with the Patriots and spent four games there. The relationship won't continue it appears. A reunion with the Eagles seems unlikely, but truthfully anything is possible. His brother Noah, an interior defensive lineman, is currently on the offseason roster.

Boston Scott, running back

The Giant Killer isn't working anywhere at the moment. While Birds fans have always loved him more than the coaching staff, we have no issues with saying this guy can ball.

Maybe his next team will believe he can be effective versus the other 31 teams. First things first though. He has to find his next team.

Terrell Edmunds, safety

Terrell Edmunds wasn't here very long. He signed a one-year deal on March 24th. He was traded to the Tennessee Titans on October 23rd as part of a package that brought Kevin Byard to Philly, and now Byard, as you know is also gone.

Releasing Byard saved the Birds some coins. He has found a new home (the Chicago Bears), but Edmunds has yet to find one of his own.

Prince Tega Wanagho, offensive tackle

Prince Tega Wanagho is the protagonist in a nice story. He's a Nigerian-born freak of nature who came to the U.S. with dreams of being the next NBA star. he then learned he was good at American football.

It's been a while since he has been on the Eagles roster, and he may never be again. His long run with the Kansas City Chiefs earned him two Super Bowl rings, but his future is currently in question.