The Eagles signed Will Parks this past offseason in hopes that he could help fill the hole that was left when Malcolm Jenkins moved down to New Orleans to re-join the Saints. His time in Philadelphia fell well short of expectations, as an early-season injury and limited snaps ultimately led to the team cutting him back on December 1st.
At the time of his release Parks was (understandably) upset since he was just cut from his hometown team. He posted a cryptic message about the team on his way out the door, and he wasn't the only Eagle to have the same thoughts.
We are now a full two weeks from Parks leaving Philadelphia, but it seems he is still bitter about what happened back in Philly. Rookie safety K'Von Wallace posted on Instagram after Sunday's win against the Saints, and Parks congratulated Wallace and said he deserved the playing time while subtly taking a jab at Jalen Mills and Rodney McLeod.
That message got the fans involved, and instead of ignoring the comments from others, Parks decided to continue his criticism of the current Eagles safeties and also Howie Roseman.
All of this from Parks just gives off a disgruntled ex-girlfriend/ex-boyfriend vibe (similar to Orlando Scandrick last season). After a successful return to the Denver Broncos where he recorded six tackles and a sack in his first game back, Parks still has his ex-team and ex-teammates on his mind. It feels like this won't be the last time we hear Parks complaining about the Eagles.