NFL cutdown day was Friday, and former Air Force receiver Chad Hall and defensive tackle Ben Garland were released by the Eagles and Broncos, respectively.
The Eagles announced their cuts on Friday. A source, who didn’t want to be identified because the Broncos haven’t yet announced their cuts, said Garland was let go as well. Both players have practice squad eligibility and could be brought back in that capacity by their respective teams.
Hall has been added to the Eagles roster in midseason each of the past two years, appearing in 15 games total. Garland, who recently completed his two-year commitment and joined the Broncos full time this year as part of the Palace Chase program, has yet to appear in a NFL regular season game.