It’s safe to say no team was more of a disappointment last season than the Philadelphia Eagles as a team many believed was capable of making a run at the Super Bowl finished the year with a 4-12 record. Between players and members of the coaching staff, the team has already made numerous changes throughout the offseason and it appears they’re ready to make another move on defense when it comes to defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins. Philadelphia announced on Monday how they plan on releasing Jenkins–which shouldn’t come as a surprise considering the numbers he’s displayed over the last two seasons. The Eagles had high expectations for Jenkins when he came on board in 2011 after spending the first seven years of his career with the Green Bay Packers, but the defense in general struggled to live up to their hype–especially when it came to Jenkins.