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Eagles players eligible for NFL practice squad

Which developmental players can the Eagles stash?

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The Philadelphia Eagles will have some tough decisions to make as the team trims their roster down to the 53-player limit by Saturday, Sept. 5 at 4:00 PM EST. Some of those decisions involve the team cutting young players with potential. The good news for the Eagles is they will be able to keep some of those players on their 10-man practice squad starting on Sunday, Sept. 6 after 1:00 PM EST.

We'll have more information on the practice squad (we talkin' 'bout practice squad!) such as salary, rules, etc. once final cuts are over, but for now here's a quick list of which Eagles players are eligible. Via Sam Lynch (@shlynch) of Iggles Blitz:

All drafted and undrafted rookies (including fan favorites Raheem Mostert and Rasheed Bailey)
Matt Barkley
Matthew Tucker
GJ Kinne
Quron Pratt
Freddie Martino
Josh Reese
Josh Andrews
Jared Wheeler
Kevin Graf
Taylor Hart
Frank Mays
Wade Keliikipi
Jeremy Towns
Brandon Hepburn
Travis Long [IR]
Deontae Skinner
Marc Anthony
Jaylen Watkins
Jerome Couplin
Ed Reynolds
Brandan Bishop

And these are the players eligible for the two 2-year veteran practice squad spots. A few of the names might surprise you:

Kenjon Barner
Trey Burton
Josh Huff
Jeff Maehl
David Molk
Matthew Tobin
Brandon Bair
Beau Allen
Marcus Smith

Lastly, here's a list of which notable players who you might think are eligible but actually aren't:

Tim Tebow
Riley Cooper
Julian Vandervelde
John Moffitt
Bryan Braman
Emmanuel Acho
Chris Prosinski


The Eagles are also bound to sign some players who were on other teams this summer to their practice squad. For now, here's our latest practice squad prediction.

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