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Changes in Philadelphia are officially underway.
The Eagles announced on Monday that they have released veteran defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins.
“I had a chance to speak with Cullen today and let him know of our decision,” GM Howie Roseman said, via PhillyMag.com. “It’s one of the most difficult parts of the job. He has been a very productive player in this league for a long time but we felt it in our team’s best interests that we go in a different direction. By releasing him at this point, it gives he and his agent more time to sign on with another team. We wish Cullen and his family all the best as he continues his NFL career.”
Signed to a five-year, $25 million deal 2011 as part of the "dream team" class, Jenkins registered 9.5 sacks in his two seasons with the Eagles. The 32-year-old was due a $1 million roster bonus next month (and $5.5 million in 2013), prompting the cap-strapped club to pull the trigger.
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Former Green Bay Packers defensive end Cullen Jenkins was released Monday by the Philadelphia Eagles.
With Jenkins due to make 5.5 million for the 2013 season, the Eagles decided to part ways with the 32-year-old veteran. Jenkins had four sacks, 26 tackles and one forced fumble this past season while playing in all 16 games.
Jenkins, who played his first seven NFL seasons in Green...
NewsTags: Cullen JenkinsPhiladelphia EaglesThe Eagle have released veteran defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins. The Birds obviously didn’t like what they saw of Jenkins on tape and they don’t think he can make the transition to another defensive system.
Jenkins has been a major disappointment for the Birds defense after getting...
The Eagles continue to make moves to upgrade their roster, and allow themselves some flexibility. NFL.com is reporting that defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins has been released in a salary cap measure.
Jenkins was due $5.5 million from a five-year $30 million deal he signed as a free agent in 2011. Eagles GM Howie Roseman released a statement on the matter, and simply states that...
Defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins’ last game with the Packers was Super Bowl XLV
The Packers haven’t been able to replace Cullen Jenkins since he left 18 months ago. The Eagles cut the veteran defensive end on Monday. You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to connect the dots. And while I’m normally not a big fan of second acts in pro sports, this is one of the few that might...
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Eagles have informed DL Cullen Jenkins that he will be released.
And here come the changes in Philadelphia: Eagles have told DT Cullen Jenkins they plan to release him.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 25, 2013
Jenkins, 32, signed a five-year, $30.375 million contract with the Eagles back in 2011. He has a $4.5 million base salary...
The Philadelphia Eagles are on the hunt for younger and cheaper talented, as evidenced by the release of two of the team’s veteran defense tackles on Monday.
Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins were both informed that there tenure with the Birds had ended. Patterson has been with Philadelphia since he was drafted by the team in 2005 out of USC. The 29-year-old played...
Earlier today the Philadelphia Eagles have announced the release of defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins. ESPN's Adam Schefter was first to report the release of Jenkins. Now Schefter is also the first to report the release of DT Mike Patterson.
Hours after releasing DL Cullen Jenkins, Eagles now have released former first-round pick Mike Patterson, who intends to continue playing...
With Tom Brady's new deal meaning the New England Patriots have a bit more cap space to work with, we can look at filling more holes in the team through Free Agency. And one of those holes is Defensive Tackle.
Sure, I like Kyle Love and Brandon Deaderick, but not as starters. They are nice backups to fill in for Vince Wilfork, but one of the things the Patriots were missing...
After releasing defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins earlier today, the Philadelphia Eagles have now released Mike Patterson, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Hours after releasing DL Cullen Jenkins, Eagles now have released former first-round pick Mike Patterson, who intends to continue playing.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 25, 2013
It looks like the Eagles are cleaning up...
The Philadelphia Eagles part ways with Mike Patterson a few hours after letting fellow defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins go on Monday. Patterson’s release was expected considering he is the Eagles’ longest-tenured player and would be earning $4 million next season. With Patterson and Jenkins gone, the Eagles have only four defensive tackles on the roster:
On Monday night, former Flyers 2nd overall pick James van Reimsdyk made his return to the Wells Fargo Center as the Flyers faced the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Leafs ultimately defeated the Flyers 4-2. The Eagles cut two starting defensive tackles, Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson.
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