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Eagles activate Le’Raven Clark, waive two skill players

More roster moves as the team starts shaping their game-day 53.

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Just a few days since the team’s first preseason loss, the Eagles are making some more roster moves, including activating offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark and waiting two offensive skills players, Adrian Killins and Caleb Wilson.

Clark suffered a torn achilles back in December 2020 when he was still with the Colts, and just a few months before signing with the Eagles. It looks like he’s ready to join the team just eight months after his injury, which will be a nice layer of depth to the offensive line.

The team also waived Adrian Killins — who played in just one game for the Eagles in 2020 — this after recently claiming Marken Michel off waivers from the Panthers. Caleb Wilson was also waived by the Eagles since he was buried down on the depth chart. Wilson was active for five games last season, but didn’t really get a chance to contribute.

Howie Roseman and Co. will likely make several more moves in the weeks leading up to the regular season as they see more of their roster during the preseason and start finalizing their game-day 53.

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