Philadelphia Eagles Release Safety Will Parks
In somewhat of a surprise move on Tuesday, the Eagles released safety Will Parks.
The veteran was brought in to be a Swiss Army-type that could play in multiple spots in the Eagles secondary, including in the slot, over the tight end and safety.
The veteran got off to a slow start because of a hamstring injury in training camp.
The Philly native leaves with just 13 total tackles.
The 26-year-old was signed away from the Broncos after four successful years as a reserve.
Expect to see rookie fourth-round pick K’Von Wallace, who has played just six defensive snaps since Week 5, to have an expanded role. Another possibility is rookie Grayland Arnold, who the team likes.