Kinne transitioned from quarterback to wide receiver this offseason in an effort to make the final roster.
Along with Kinne, Philadelphia cut CB Marc Anthony, S Brandan Bishop, C Mike Coccia, T Kevin Graf, DE Alfy Hill, WR Mike Johnson, OLB Dasman Mc Cullum, WR Josh Reese, DE Jeremy Towns, TE Justin Tukes and OL Jared Wheeler.
Spiller has been off and on Kansas City's roster since the preseason; he's now been signed four different times by the Chiefs this year.
Neal should fill the role of camp arm and practice-squad body as he develops.
Williams (6'2/218) made 33 starts for the Tar Heels, succeeding Bryn Renner under center and completing 61.3% of his career throws with a 7.82 YPA, TD-to-INT ratio, and 35 rushing scores. A dual threat in college, Williams turned in a disappointing Pro Day, running 4.81 with a 32 1/2-inch vertical.
Evans (6’0/210) made 43 starts for the Golden Hurricane, managing a career 57.3% completion rate, 7.4 YPA, and TD-to-INT ratio.
A streaky and often erratic passer with a strong arm, Evans played in a simplistic one-read college offense that manufactured big plays off play action, and is significantly dissimilar from a pro-style attack.
Mc Gloin made it four days in the Texans' post-Deshaun Watson quarterback room.
Mc Gloin is in danger of falling out of the league less than two years after the Raiders tendered him at the second-round level as a restricted free agent.
That gives the Bills a fourth quarterback behind Tyrod Taylor, E. He tried out for the Bills and Raiders last offseason but never earned a roster spot.
With Jones battling a sore shoulder, Trainor will probably get some run in Thursday's preseason finale against Detroit.
He spent last season in the German Football League, before catching the Saints' eye at Tulane's Pro Day last month.