Practice Squad Tracker

Photo by: Jeff Fusco.

Photo by: Jeff Fusco.

Teams can start assembling their practice squads as of noon Sunday. We’ll keep this thread updated as Eagles-related news comes in.

Updated (5:43 p.m.): A city weeps.

Caplan also reports that Alex Henery went unclaimed.

Updated (4:42 p.m.): The Eagles announced the signing of eight practice squad players: Offensive linemen Josh Andrews and Kevin Graf, defensive lineman Wade Keliikipi, safety Ed Reynolds, linebacker Emmanuel Acho, wide receivers Will Murphy and Quron Pratt and running back Matthew Tucker. Each player was with the Eagles this summer.

Teams are allowed to have a total of 10 practice squad players this year.

Updated (4:29 p.m.):

We are up to six known practice squad guys: Tucker, Ed Reynolds, Emmanuel Acho, Kevin Graf, Quron Pratt and Josh Andrews. Updated (3:40 p.m.): The Eagles added tackle Kevin Graf to the practice squad, per sources. The rookie out of USC was picked up by the Eagles following the draft. -- TM Updated (2:56 p.m.):

Updated (2:42 p.m.): Safety Ed Reynolds has cleared waivers and the Eagles plan on adding him to the practice squad, according to a league source. The fifth-round pick out of Stanford was released on Saturday as the team trimmed its roster to 53. -- TM

Updated (2:37): 

Updated (2:14 p.m.): The first two known additions to the Eagles' practice squad:

Updated (2:04 p.m.): Another Eagle claimed off waivers.

Updated (1:48 p.m.): Some news on fan favorite Henry Josey:

Updated (1:35 Sunday): Great story. NFL dream still alive.

Updated (1:08 Sunday): Damion Square, waived by the Eagles on Saturday, is reportedly joining Andy Reid in Kansas City.

Updated (1:05 Sunday): Checked in on Ifeanyi Momah's status. Sounds like he cleared waivers. No word on if he will join the Eagles practice squad yet but seems like it could be a decent option for him. Apparently, G.J. Kinne will not be added to the practice squad.

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