Fast two weeks ago, the NFL preseason began with the Dallas Cowboys facing off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Hall of Fame Game.
While fans were thrilled to see their teams back on the field again, it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows. By the start of the regular season, hundreds of NFL players will have been removed from the job.
Unfortunately, the Cowboys’ ending came today for three players. Dallas announced a number of roster moves on Tuesday afternoon, including the release or transfer of three players.
On Twitter, Todd Archer, Cowboys reporter wrote that “The Cowboys have put FB Sewo Olonilua(neck) and CB Reggie Robinson(toe) on injured reserve.” “Anthony Hines, shoulder) was released because of injury. CB Kyron and WR Brennan Eagles were both released to meet the 86-player roster limit. Cowboys granted Isaac Alarcon a roster exemption
Brennan Eagles was a star wide receiver during his college career with the Texas Longhorns. He was able to catch one pass for 25 yards in the team’s match against the Steelers during the first week.
Despite his failures on the NFL field, he should be offered another opportunity with a different team or join the Cowboys practice squad.
As the regular season approaches, there will be many other cuts.