Eagles cut Evan Moore, add nine undrafted rookies

AP

One veteran tight end is out and nine undrafted rookies have been added to the 90-man roster in Philadelphia.

The Eagles announced today that Evan Moore, a veteran tight end they picked up off waivers from the Seahawks late last season, has been released. Moore was a decent backup tight end for the Browns from 2009 to 2011, but he caught just one pass last year.

Philadelphia also announced the addition of a crop of undrafted rookies that includes defensive lineman Isaac Remington, who played for coach Chip Kelly at Oregon.

Also arriving in Philadelphia are former LSU punter Brad Wing, Iowa State linebacker Jake Knott, Stony Brook running back Miguel Maysonet, Arizona center Kyle Quinn, LSU receiver Russell Shepard, Alabama defensive lineman Damion Square, Iowa guard Matt Tobin and TCU running back Matthew Tucker.