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In a move that will surprise no one, the Philadelphia Eagles have officially released veteran safety Patrick Chung. The Eagles save a total of $2.25 million in cap space with Chung's release.

Chung originally joined the Eagles last year shortly after the 2013 free agency period began. He signed on board with a deal worth $10 million over 3 years. Chung was brought in to be a starting safety. He entered the year as a starter but then suffered some injuries that kept him out of action. Rookie safety Earl Wolff took over for Chung in his absence and held onto the job even when Chung returned. When Wolff went down to injury, the Eagles were forced to put Chung back out on the field.

Even when Chung was healthy, he didn't play very well. Chung often missed tackles, got beaten in coverage, and even hit his own teammates by mistake.