Eagles taking another look at Brad Maynard

As teams report to training camps this week, there’s going to be plenty of roster tweaking.

The Eagles may be making a punter move, as veteran Brad Maynard was on hand for a workout, according to Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com

The Eagles brought Maynard in for a workout in June as well. The only punter on the roster at the moment is Chas Henry, an undrafted pickup last year who ranked 30th in gross average (42.9) and 33rd in net (36.9).

Of course, the 38-year-old Maynard, who was in Cleveland last year, was one of the few punters who ranked worse than Henry in those two categories (40.5 gross and 36.7 net).

The Eagles cut undrafted rookie Ryan Tydlacka Friday.

UPDATE: 10:59 a.m. ET:  According to Les Bowen of the Philadelpia Daily News, the Eagles are also working out three other punters. Jason Baker, Mat McBriar and Chris Bryan are the others.

3 responses to “Eagles taking another look at Brad Maynard

  1. why would we sign a significantly older player with worse statistics? clearly just a means of pushing Henry. He was the best punter in college his last year i believe

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.