The dust has settled and all players claimed on waivers have been announced, which means all NFL teams can start signing players to their practice squad. The Eagles wasted little time and filled out their 10 man practice squad roster.
#Eagles have signed the following players to the practice squad: RB Josh Adams, CB Chandon Sullivan, CB De'Vante Bausby, DT Winston Craig, LB Asantay Brown, DE Joe Ostman, C Jon Toth, WR Greg Ward Jr., WR Rashard Davis, TE Billy Brown. pic.twitter.com/xoibamPQBf
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) September 2, 2018
All 10 players the Eagles have brought back to the practice squad all were on the team during training camp and the preseason. The team must value that these players already know most of the playbook in case they need to sign one of these players during the regular season. The biggest surprise was that RB Josh Adams went unclaimed on waivers, and the Eagles were able to keep Adams in the locker room. However, no team’s practice squad looks the same in January or February as it does right now. Other NFL teams can sign players of the practice squad at any time, so Josh Adams and company are still susceptible to being picked up.