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Eagles Release WR Jonathan Krause

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The Eagles opened up another spot on their roster as the beginning of Training Camp approaches.

The organization decided to part ways with wide receiver Jonathan Krause on Friday. Krause (undrafted) joined the team's practice squad following Week 2 and was later signed to the active roster in Week 12 of the 2015 season. He played in his first NFL game on December 6, 2015 against the New England Patriots and recorded his first career catch.

The former Vanderbilt Commodore registered a career-high 42 catches as well as 714 receiving yards during his senior year in 2013. Krause had previous stints with the Cleveland Browns and Patriots.

The team's roster now stands at 87. Rookies and selected veterans (including quarterbacks) report on Sunday for Training Camp.

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