A starter from Super Bowl LII is parting ways with Philadelphia.
Today it was reported by NFL Network's Mike Garafolo that the Eagles will not be picking up Wisniewski's contract option for 2019.
The move will save the Eagles $3 Million in cap space, which they will need after the acquisition of DeSean Jackson.
Wisniewski played in 46 games with the Eagles. Most notably he took over for Isaac Seumalo in 2017 after Seumalo had a poor start to the season at left guard. Wisniewski played well the entire time he was in the lineup and was a key part in not allowing a sack to Nick Foles in Super Bowl LII. With Seumalo now locked into a long-term contract, the Eagles saw him as the future at left guard. The team also believes in 2018 6th round pick Matt Pryor to be a capable back-up for 2019 and beyond.