The Eagles have released guard Jamon Brown, per a team announcement. The news doesn’t come as a huge surprise following Brown’s rocky performance against the Ravens on Sunday.
The Eagles plucked Brown off of the Browns’ practice squad in September following a string of offensive line injuries. To recap: They lost Pro Bowl guard Brandon Brooks to another Achilles tear, lost Andre Dillard for the season, and had Pro Bowl right tackle Lane Johnson on the Week 1 inactive list due to injury. Brown joined the club just after Washington managed to sack Carson Wentz eight times.
On Sunday against the Ravens, Browns was a virtual turnstile, allowing defenders to get to Wentz with ease. He also appeared to adjust his own gloves in the middle of one play and later bumped into his own quarterback, leading to a sack.
Brown has bounced around a bit since 2018, when a suspension cost him his starting gig with the Rams. Last year, he suited up in ten games for the Falcons, including nine starts. All in all, Brown has 60 career games to his credit, 47 starts, and an enviable jersey collection.
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