Former Clemson DL waived by Eagles


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Huggins was a solid player at Clemson
Huggins was a solid player at Clemson

The Philadelphia Eagles announced that they have waived defensive lineman Albert Huggins.

The Eagles needed to make room for a tight end addition after Zach Ertz was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.

Huggins was on the Houston Texans practice squad previously after signing there as an undrafted free agent.

Huggins moved up from a reserve role to start the Tigers' 2018-19 College Football Playoff games, posting six tackles. He completed his Clemson career with 83 tackles, 11.5 for loss, with seven sacks, 25 QB pressures and a pass breakup in 911 snaps.

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