After the Eagles finished their roster cuts last night, they were left with only nine offensive linemen on the active roster. Now, they'll have an even ten. The team has just announced that they have claimed former Colts right guard Kyle DeVan off of waivers. To make room for him, the Eagles released undrafted rookie Cedric Thornton.
Meant as a depth signing, the 26 year old DeVan brings 21 games' worth of starting experience to the offensive line. He and Howard Mudd were together in Indianapolis during the 2009 season, so DeVan's familiarity with Mudd's schemes will certainly help.