The Philadelphia Eagles signed practice squad safety Tre Sullivan to their 53-man roster

Eagles call up Tre Sullivan from practice squad ,
waive defensive tackle, according to the NFL’s official transaction
wire. In a corresponding move, the team waived T.Y. McGill with a failed
physical designation. The Eagles were in need of extra safety depth heading into
Thursday night’s game against the New York Giants. With Rodney McLeod on injured
reserve and Corey Graham ruled out with a hamstring injury Womens
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, the Eagles were down to just Malcolm Jenkins,
Avonte Maddox (a converted cornerback), and Deiondre’ Hall on the back end.
Sullivan’s presence now gives the Eagles a fourth safety. Sullivan will also be
counted on to contribute on special teams ,
especially with linebackers D.J. Alexander and Nathan Gerry being ruled out.
Sullivan made a bad special teams mistake in Week 1 when he got too close to a
Falcons punt and the ball went off his leg for an Atlanta recovery. Hopefully
he’s learned his lesson since being cut and spending time on the practice
squad.The Eagles claimed McGill off waivers on Monday after placing Jay Ajayi on
injured reserve. Now he’s gone and Philadelphia is down to just Fletcher Cox,
Destiny Vaeao, and Treyvon Hester at defensive tackle with Haloti Ngata ruled
out. Yikes. The Eagles are dangerously thin at that spot.Please get well
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, Tim Jernigan....Here’s an updated look at
the Eagles’ practice squad:DT Bruce HectorLB Kyle WilsonOL Josh AndrewsTE Billy
BrownLB Asantay BrownWR Braxton MillerWR Dorren MillerDE Joe OstmanCB Chandon
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Eagles signed defensive tackle Bruce Hector to their practice squad, according
to an official announcement from the team. This news was very much expected. The
Eagles waived Hector earlier this week in order to call up fellow defensive
tackle Treyvon Hester from the practice squad.It’s clear the Eagles feel like
the 26-year-old Hester is more ready to contribute immediately than the
23-year-old undrafted rookie free agent Hector. Hector only played in 20 snaps
through the first four games of the season.Just because the Eagles sent Hector
down doesn’t mean they don’t like his potential. Philadelphia gave him the most
guaranteed money out of all their undrafted rookie signings following the 2018
NFL Draft. Hector is clearly more of a developmental player for Philly.Here’s an
updated look at the Eagles’ 10-player practice squad:DT Bruce HectorLB Kyle
WilsonOL Josh AndrewsTE Billy BrownLB Asantay BrownS Tre SullivanWR Braxton
MillerWR Dorren MillerDE Joe OstmanCB Chandon Sullivan
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