The Philadelphia Eagles waived/injured safety Earl Wolff on Saturday prior to the team's second preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens. Wolff, originally a fifth-round pick for the Eagles in 2013, suffered a knee injury during his rookie season, which continued to affect him both last year and this year.
During his time with the Eagles, Wolff played in 18 games, starting seven times. He recorded 53 tackles and one interception over the course of two seasons. Prior to his time in Philadelphia, the safety attended NC State where he rounded out his collegiate career as the all-time leader in games played and starts for the program. He notched 400 tackles and had eight forced fumbles for the Wolfpack.