Eagles Waive QB Reid Sinnett as 53-Man Roster Starts to Take Shape
The Eagles made the first of many a roster moves Tuesday morning, releasing quarterback Reid Sinnett.
The team must get down to the required 53-man roster limit by 4 p.m. today.
And so Sinnett’s time with the Eagles ends (for now), after he completed just 52.1% of his preseason throws for just 5.3 yards per attempt, with two touchdowns with one interception,
His release leaves Jalen Hurts and Gardner Minshew as the only healthy quarterbacks on the roster, but Sinnett could be brought back to the practice squad.
Rookie Carson Strong was waived on Monday.
The Eagles added Sinnett in October of last season, claiming him off waivers from the Dolphins.
He was an Undrafted Free agent out of San Diego State and has yet to throw a pass in a NFL regular season game.
So far the team has release tight end Richard Rodgers, Quarterback Carson Strong, Safety Jaquiski Tartt and running back Jason Huntley.
Check back for all the cuts and listen to the Sports Bash for more at 3 p.m. with John McMullen and during Football at Four with Adam Caplan.