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Eagles Release CB Devin Ross

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This afternoon, the Eagles announced that they had parted ways with yet another undrafted free agent - former Arizona cornerback Devin Ross. Considered by several (myself included) to be the sleeper pick of this year's UFA crop, Ross' cut might come as somewhat of a surprise considering the lack of depth the Eagles have at cornerback. However, according to the official Eagles website, Ross actually spent the majority of OTAs filling in for the missing Kurt Coleman at safety. Apparently, what little playing time he received was not enough to impress Sean McDermott, and Ross was shown the door.

The Eagles now have 81 players on their roster, not including the unsigned Brandon Graham, Nate Allen, and Riley Cooper. They will have to cut at least one more player before training camp begins in order to get to the league-mandated 80-man roster limit. Who do you think will be next on the chopping block?

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