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Eagles sign two practice squad players, including Jordan Matthews' former teammate

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For approximately the billionth time since the 2015 NFL regular season started, the Eagles announced a few more changes to their practice squad. According to an official release from the team, the Eagles have signed two players and released two players.

The players joining the practice squad include quarterback Stephen Morris and wide receiver Jonathan Krause. The Eagles waived Morris on Monday to replace him with Thad Lewis on the 53-man roster. Krause, meanwhile, is a completely new addition to the team. The 23-year-old pass catcher measures in at 5-11, 190 pounds. The Vanderbilt receiver is a former teammate of current Eagles starter Jordan Matthews. Krause spent time on the practice squad of Cleveland and New England in 2014.

In order to make room for Morris and Krause, the Eagles released Rutgers alumnus Quron Pratt, as expected. The team also waived Villanova running back Kevin Monangai. Both players spent time with the Eagles in training camp but the team is moving on from them.

Eagles Practice Squad

QB Stephen Morris
TE Chris Pantale
WR Jonathan Krause
NT Travis Raciti
LB Deontae Skinner
OL Brett Boyko
CB Randall Evans
OL Malcolm Bunche
S Ed Reynolds
WR Freddie Martino

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