Eagles release linebacker Zach Brown
The Philadelphia Eagles released linebacker Zach Brown, the NFL franchise announced on Monday.
Philadelphia parted ways with 2016 Pro Bowler Brown following Sunday's 38-20 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.
Brown called out his former Washington Redskins team-mate Kirk Cousins earlier this week, labelling him Minnesota's "weakest link," before the signal-caller exploded for his best performance of the year.
Cousins threw for 333 yards and four scores en route to the Vikings' victory over Philadelphia on Sunday, torching an Eagles secondary that have struggled all season.
Roster Move: #Eagles have released LB Zach Brown.— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 14, 2019
Brown, who signed with Philadelphia ahead of the 2019 season, notched five tackles in the Week 6 contest and has a total of 31 in 2019.
The 29-year-old veteran was a Pro Bowl player in 2016 and is expected to garner interest from multiple teams.