The Eagles have released cornerback Cary Williams, the team announced Tuesday.
Williams, 30, was signed by the Eagles as a free agent in 2013. He started all 32 games for the Eagles over the last two seasons, recording five interceptions.
Before joining the Eagles, Williams entered the league as a seventh-round pick of the Tennessee Titans, where he played for parts of two seasons before joining the Baltimore Ravens, where he started 28 games over four seasons.
With Bradley Fletcher set to become a free agent, the Eagles will have three cornerbacks remaining on the roster – Brandon Boykin, Nolan Carroll II and Jaylen Watkins.
For a breakdown of the potential class of free-agent cornerbacks, click here.