Eagles cut 14 players, including Joe Kruger

Eagles get down to 75 players Aaron Wilson

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The Philadelphia Eagles got down to 76 players, one more than the NFL roster limit of 75 players in advance of Tuesday's mandatory cutdown.

They cut 14 players, including defensive end Joe Kruger, the brother of Cleveland Browns defensive end Paul Kruger.

The Eagles also released wide receiver B.J. Cunningham, as reported previously by National Football Post, and tight end Blake Annen, offensive tackle Michael Bamiro, offensive lineman Karim Barton, wide receiver Kadron Boone, offensive lineman Donald Hawkins, tight end Emil Igwenagu, linebacker Jake Knott, safety Daytawion Lowe, defensive end Frances Mays, safety Davon Morgan, kicker Carey Spear and defensive end Alejandro Villanueva.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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