Philadelphia Eagles Sign Wide Receiver Ahead Of Playoffs To Practice Squad
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The Philadelphia Eagles made a roster move

The postseason bye allowed several Eagles, including AJ Brown,  extra time to heal up before the playoffs. Today, they made a roster move to add some healthy bodies to the practice squad.

According to Aaron Wilson with KPRC, the Eagles signed wide receiver Tyree Cleveland to the practice squad.

Cleveland was a 2020 seventh-round draft pick by the Denver Broncos. He made the Broncos’ 53-man roster to start this season, but was waived in October. Cleveland had two receptions for 28 yards this season. He played in six games for the Broncos. It’ll be interesting to see how the Eagles use him in the playoffs. He was more of a special teams contributor for the Broncos, only seeing the field sparingly as a wide receiver.

This article first appeared on Gridiron Heroics and was syndicated with permission.

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