Eagles sign Don Cherry to practice squad, release Darrell Greene
Give Howie Roseman a lot of credit. The Philadelphia Eagles general manager is finding ways to pay 11 players for 10 practice squad spots. Tuesday's version of
Give Howie Roseman a lot of credit. The Philadelphia Eagles general manager is finding ways to pay 11 players for 10 practice squad spots.
Tuesday's version of the practice squad roulette involved linebacker Don Cherry and offensive lineman Darrell Greene.
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The Eagles announced they resigned Cherry to the practice squad and released Greene, who was signed to the practice squad Friday...taking Cherry's spot.
Practice Squad Update: LB Don Cherry has been added to the practice squad and G Darrell Greene has been released from the practice squad.— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 18, 2016
The Cherry-Greene transition is the Eagles tenth practice squad-move in 28 days.
Philadelphia likely will bring Greene back later in the week for extra offensive line depth, as evidenced from their eight practice squad moves involving Greene since the start of the regular season.
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