Two Eagles waived cuts

On Tuesday, teams were required to reduce their rosters to 53 players, which meant that a significant number of players became available on the waiver wire. 

The Eagles were not able to successfully claim anyone off waivers; however, they were able to re-sign a number of players to their practice squad. 

 K'Von Wallace, a safety, was claimed by the Arizona Cardinals, while Josh Sills, an offensive tackle, was awarded to the Indianapolis Colts. 


K'Von Wallace will be joining Jonathan Gannon's defense out in Arizona, where he will attempt to carve out a niche for himself not only in the secondary but also on special teams. 

The safety hadn't accomplished much in his three years in Philadelphia, and he frequently got the impression of being someone who was very close to being able to put it all together but who never quite managed to do so.

Josh Sills will play for the Indianapolis Colts, where he will be reunited with Shane Steichen and join an attack that is in need of help up front. Sills was able to fight his way back into the lineup after being taken off 

 However, he did not perform particularly well after his return to the lineup. Nick Sirianni, who was the head coach at the time, was quoted as saying that the offensive lineman was a terrific teammate, and that they were delighted to have him back.

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