The Eagles made a minor move on Monday morning. Isaac Remington was released from the Eagles' practice squad to make room for fellow former Oregon Duck Will Murphy.
The #Eagles announced they have signed rookie WR Will Murphy to the practice squad and released OL Isaac Remington from the practice squad.— Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) September 23, 2013
Both Murphy and Remington spent time with the Eagles in training camp. Remington started out a defensive lineman, where he played in college, but converted to offensive line once he made the practice squad. Murphy was released in the final cuts as the team trimmed the roster down to 53.
Philadelphia now has 7 wide receivers under team control: 5 on the active roster and 2 on the practice squad. Murphy is the second tallest Eagles WR under team control at 6-2.
This move doesn't mean too much other than the Eagles wanted more depth at wide receiver in practice. And that Chip Kelly has Oregon Duck Bias!