October 18, 2021


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Howie Roseman non-committal on Jalen Hurts as the Eagles starting QB

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As expected, the Eagles released defensive tackle Malik Jackson and wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, designating both as post-June 1 cuts.

The move freed up $4 million in cap space, but the Eagles will still carry more than $9 million in dead money from the clever restructuring of both player’s deals.

Jackson signed with the Eagles in 2019 and missed all but one game of that season with a foot injury.

He had positive moments in 2019, logging 28 tackles and 2.5 sacks last season.

Jeffery only played in seven games last year after dealing with a foot injury, catching six…

Eagles GM Howie Roseman non-committal on Jalen Hurts as Eagles starting QB during press conference

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