The Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday announced they’ve released a pair of wide receivers, Marken Michel and River Cracraft.

The moves comes just days after the Eagles added four wide receivers to their roster via the NFL Draft and a trade for Marquise Goodwin. In the first round, Philadelphia took TCU’s Jalen Reagor. They also drafted John Hightower and Quez Watkins in the fifth and sixth round.

Michel, 26, played college football at UMass and was undrafted and has never played in a NFL game.

Cracraft, 25, is a product of Washington State and did not play in a regular season game for Philadelphia. He played one games for the Denver Broncos in 2018, registering one catch. He signed with the Eagles’ practice squad in December.