In a bit of a wild story, the Eagles reportedly cut offensive lineman Jamon Brown after kicking him out of the team hotel on Saturday night.
In a year that’s been so strange for the Philadelphia Eagles, who could have thought even more madness would arrive prior to the team’s showdown against the Green Bay Packers. According to multiple reports, offensive guard Jamon Brown was kicked out of the team hotel on Saturday night.
Even more alarming, head coach Doug Pederson and general manager Howie Roseman met with Brown that same night and immediately cut him from the organization due to conduct detrimental to the team. What in the heck happened?
Things continue to get worse for the Eagles following the latest update on Jamon Brown
While details over what exactly went down at the team hotel the night before the showdown with Green Bay haven’t been revealed, you’ve got to imagine Brown crossed several lines. It’s one thing to be removed from the hotel by the head of team security, but for Pederson and Roseman to both waste no time in cutting Brown lets you know how serious his mistake was.
For the Eagles, any off-the-field distractions is the last thing they need right now. The team has sputtered to a 3-8-1 record following the 30-16 loss to Green Bay at Lambeau Field. It’s surely been a season to forget, with all kinds of questions surrounding Pederson’s future with the team.
One thing we do know for certain, however, is that Brown will have no future in Philadelphia after Saturday’s incident. The lineman was in his first year with the Eagles, appearing in two games and making one start before the organization decided to part ways with him.