The Philadelphia Eagles haven’t even officially announced their undrafted free agents signings yet — that’ll probably happen right before next week’s rookie minicamp on Friday, May 10 — but one of them is already gone.
The NFL’s official transaction wire shows that the Eagles waived Temple safety Delvon Randall on Thursday after previously signing him on Wednesday.
Randall was waived with a partially guaranteed contract, which means the Eagles didn’t completely pull the rug out from underneath him. The team still gave him some financial compensation for his commitment to signing with them after the 2019 NFL Draft.
The Eagles could’ve decided to waive Randall because they didn’t expect Godwin Igwebuike to be available to them via waivers. Or maybe this is a sign the Eagles are going to claim Blake Countess. Or that they plan to sign Weston Steelhammer, who has connections to Doug Pederson and will participate in Philly’s minicamp.
Randall is now subject to waivers. It remains to be seen if he’ll get claimed.