The Philadelphia Eagles have begun making their cuts today to get to the league mandated 53 man roster.
Among those cuts today were quarterbacks Dennis Dixon and G.J. Kinne. Also cut was 2013 7th round pick David King, a defensive end out of Oklahoma.
On-again-off-again cornerback Trevard Lindley was released with an injury settlement after sustaining an ankle injury versus the Jets Thursday night.
The Eagles also said goodbye to Dallas Reynolds, who started in place of Jason Kelce last year. Other offensive lineman released by the Eagles were Matt Tennant and Matt Kopa.
Recently acquired linebacker Adrian Robinson was given his pink slip as well as linebacker Everette Brown, a former 2nd round pick.
Wide receivers Will Murphy and Ifeanyi Momah were shown the door, but do not be surprised if Momah ends up on the practice squad after going through waivers.
Finally, the Eagles released defensive tackle Antonio Dixon.
In another roster move, the birds placed 2013 7th round pick Joe Kruger of Utah on the injured reserved list with a shoulder injury
The Eagles have until 6 PM Saturday to reach 53.
Via: Eagles Faithful