Philadelphia has a bevy of talented players on offense and might be letting one go to create some cap space.

The Philadelphia Eagles are expected to release wide receiver Jason Avant, according to Jeff McLane of Philly.com.

Philadelphia general manager Howie Roseman has some very tough decisions to make this offseason, especially when it comes to the receivers. Both Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin are unrestricted free agents, with Cooper likely to command a decent salary on a multi-year deal. Maclin is more likely to take a one-year contract with incentives after missing all of last season with a torn ACL.

Avant, 30, is scheduled to make $3.9 million this season but if cut, would only have $710,000 of dead money. The Eagles are currently expected to have approximately $29 million in cap space, giving them ample room to retain all of their free agents should they wish.