The Philadelphia Eagles have released safety/special teamer Andre Chachere, according to a tweet from the team on Monday.

Chachere had spent the last two seasons in Philadelphia as mainly a special teams player, appearing in 23 games over the past two seasons.

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Chachere, 27, went undrafted out of San Jose in 2018 and has played for Houston, Detroit, Arizona, Carolina, Indianapolis and Philadelphia.

He had the best year of his career in a Eagles uniform in 2021 when he posted 15 tackles in 16 games played.

Chachere was in a crowded room with a lot of young new faces, including rookie Sydney Brown, they signed Terrell Edmunds and Justin Evans as free agents. Plus holdovers, Reed Blankenship and K'Von Wallace in the safety room.

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