The Philadelphia Eagles have released defensive back Oralando Scandrick for the second time this season.
The move is made after the Eagles secondary got trampled once again in their Sunday Night Football loss against the Cowboys.
Philly has the 6th worst passing defense in the NFL, giving up 270.6 yards per game in the air.
The release of Scandrick doesn’t help the Eagles, but it also doesn’t hurt them as well.
The 32-year-old originally signed a 1 year $1.12 million in July with the team before releasing him in August.
Then he re-signed with the team in September after the Eagles’ secondary got decimated by injuries.