Eagles release Earl Wolff

According to sources, just 24 hours before the game against Baltimore, the Eagles have released safety Earl Wolff.  The third year safety was said to have visited a doctor way from the Novacare on the 20th of August, the results don’t appear to have gone in favour of Wolff.

We recently published an article on how Wolff needs to have a huge season, but it seems those aspirations have been cut short. After countless injury woes and missing spring action this year, he spent most of 2014 on injured reserve. He then missed the game against the Colts and valuable practice time in Camp despite his doctor clearing him to train. He was expected to make a real fight for a roster spot this season, with Ed Reynolds and Chris Maragos both performing well in Camp.

Wolff has missed three practices in a row and last week due to “knee soreness”. Chip kelly stated that Wolff was visiting a Doctor this week and it appears that the third year safety’s visit didn’t hold good news.

The fight for third safety spot now becomes a lot more intense as Maragos, Chris Prosinski, Jerome Couplin and Ed Reynolds are set to fight for the position in the remaining pre-season games.