The Philadelphia Eagles reduced their roster to 52 players today and can still add one more player to get to the limit 53 by the first game on Monday Sept. 14 against the Falcons.

"The decisions were harder, but I think it will play out during the season," Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said about the roster decisions this season. "So, I’m not a prediction guy. We were comfortable with the team we have right now and we’ll see how it goes."

The Eagle released the following 22 players:

WR Rasheed Bailey
OL Brett Boyko
OL Malcolm Bunche
CB Randall Evans
TE Andrew Gleichert
LB Najee Goode
WR Jeff Maehl
WR Freddie Martino
DE Brian Mihalik
OL John Moffitt
RB Raheem Mostert
WR Quron Pratt
S Chris Prosinski
DT Travis Raciti
S Ed Reynolds
LB Deontae Skinner
P Kip Smith
QB Tim Tebow
TE Eric Tomlinson
OL Julian Vandervelde
LB Diaheem Watkins
DB Jaylen Watkins

Yesterday, the Eagles traded quarterback Matt Barkley to the Arizona Cardinals for a 2016 conditional 7th round draft choice.

"I thought Matt did a nice job," Kelly said about Barkley's tenue with the Eagles. "He came in, he had the shoulder injury right towards the end of his senior year and he’ll tell you that affected him a little bit in his first year. But I think he improved. You hear about a million trades that are going to go on on the cutdown day. There aren’t as many as everybody really says there are and he was the only guy we had any offers for. So, we just felt we were going to get another draft pick in here and it’s beneficial for him. He gets a chance to go back to the west coast. I know he’s really close with [Cardinals QB] Carson [Palmer], so he was excited when I met with him last night and talked about. So we’re happy for Matt and I hope he has a good, long career in Arizona."

All NFL teams were required to cut down their rosters to 53 players by 4:00 pm eastern today. Teams may begin establishing a practice squad of 10 players on Sunday afternoon.