Just when you thought all the cutdown day shockers were over, the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to make a surprising one today.The fact that A.J. Feeley is no longer an Eagle is not a surprise, but it was thought that the Eagles would be able to trade him. At the same time, though, he had a $1.3 million base salary and with other, better quarterbacks in the market, it appears that teams are not interested in an at-best mediocre and inconsistent quarterback with that high of a salary.
FOXSports.com has learned that the Eagles will be releasing A.J. Feeley, the quarterback made expendable not only by the addition of Michael Vick, but the league's decision to reinstate Vick for Week 3.
There had been sufficient trade talk involving Feeley since Vick arrived, but with other decent quarterbacks now available on the market, a trade became unlikely.
Update: To fill the roster spot, the Eagles claimed DT Antonio Dixon off waivers from the Washington Redskins.