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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Linval Joseph, defensive tackle

Linval Joseph doesn't age. Unless he has found the fountain of youth, it's hard to understand how he continues to be so effective at 35. These past two seasons, he was a late addition by the Eagles and Buffalo Bills. He put in work for both squads. Hey, why wouldn't he get a job somewhere?

Kamu Grugier-Hill, linebacker

During his time with the Eagles, Kamu Grugier-Hill proved he was a good special teams player and a proficient backup kicker. He's seen four locker rooms since 2020, but his most recent team, the Carolina Panthers, seems content with moving off of him.

Olamide Zaccheaus, wide receiver

Honestly, we wouldn't have had an issue with Philly bringing Olamide Zaccheaus back. They elected instead to go with a taller DeVante Parker. O.Z. has proven there's something there. He always came up big when the ball came his way last season. He deserves to be somewhere. We just don't know where he'll land.

Matt Barkley, quarterback

Remember this guy? During two seasons with the Eagles, Matt barkley threw 50 passes. It didn't seem like there was much there, but he has enjoyed a journeyman backup career. His most recent stop was Duval County. Where might he land next? We'll let you know as soon as we know.