The Eagles released guard Jamon Brown from the practice squad on Monday morning after he violated team rules this weekend, a league source confirmed to NBC Sports Philadelphia.
The Eagles on Monday morning officially announced Brown’s release.
According to veteran NFL reporter Derrick Gunn, Brown was kicked out of the team hotel on Saturday night in Wisconsin.
You’ll remember Brown from his disastrous start at right guard earlier this season. Brown started at right guard against the Ravens on Oct. 18. He played all 72 snaps and was promptly released a few days later.
In that game against the Ravens, he allowed 2 sacks, 3 hits, 3 hurries and 8 pressures. It was legitimately one of the worst games we’ve ever seen from an offensive lineman in this city.
After the Eagles released Brown on Oct. 21, they signed him back to their practice squad where he had been ever since. They even elevated him for that next game but didn’t play him.
In the last few weeks, the Eagles made Brown one of their protected practice squad players three times, including this past week. But now the Eagles have officially moved on.
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