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found these in southesaster pa. under a bunch of pine trees growing in the fallen thistles. spore print is looking grey/black/BROWN. mostly brown. bruises brown as you can see in the middle of the stem of the first picture.
Given your description of the spore print, habitat, and the photos, that's probably an Inocybe. Does it have an odor? If you can't detect one, try cupping your hands around it to help concentrate the odor or putting it in an aritight container for a couple minutes. Most Inocybes have an odor of some sort.
No Inocybe should be eaten, for any reason. Most of them are poisonous, with high concentrations of muscarine.