Braman agreed to a contract with the Eagles on Tuesday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Braman was recently waived/injured by the Saints prior to the start of the season. He spent three years with the Eagles before that. The 30-year-old is mainly expected to contribute on special teams.
Braman (undisclosed) reached an injury settlement with the Saints on Saturday, freelance NFL reporter Adam Caplan reports.
The nature of the injury remains unclear, but Braman is now available to sign elsewhere if he is able to play.
Braman (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Friday, ESPN's Mike Triplett reports.
The nature of Braman's injury isn't clear. He's likely stuck on IR through the end of the season.
Braman signed with the Saints on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Braman has been a key special teams asset for Philadelphia over the last several years but will now look to expand that role in New Orleans. It's unlikely that he'll have any major impact on the defensive unit, but Braman will have the chance to earn his keep with special teams.
Braman is currently exploring his options in free agency, NJ.com reports.
Despite playing through an AC sprain in his left shoulder most of the season, Braman played in all 16 games for the Eagles last year and ultimately racked up a total of five tackles on special teams. He'll look to latch on with a team in need of extra bodies for training camp this summer.
Braman has a left shoulder AC sprain, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
More will be known about the severity of the injury as practice gets going for the week.
The Eagles signed former Texans linebacker Bryan Braman to a two-year, $3.15 million deal, including $1 million guaranteed, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Texans injury report for Week 6 was a lengthy one, but there does not appear to be much of an issue as the inactives are released prior to Sunday's game against the Rams. Of the eight players from the defensive side of the ball listed on the injury report who were not ruled out Friday, all will play Sunday.
The players suiting up in spite of injury are: linebackers Bryan Braman (knee, neck), Brian Cushing (knee), and Darryl Sharpton (foot); defensive linemen J.J. Watt(nose) and Antonio Smith (quadriceps); and defensive backs Ed Reed (knee), Eddie Pleasant(ankle) and Brice McCain (knee).
The Texans have nine players on the defensive side of the ball listed on the injury report for Week 6 against the Rams, but only one is expected to be limited Sunday.
The other eight players, all listed as probable for Sunday's game, are as follows: linebackers Bryan Braman (knee, neck), Brian Cushing (knee), and Darryl Sharpton (foot); defensive linemen J.J. Watt (nose) and Antonio Smith (quadriceps); and defensive backs Ed Reed (knee), Eddie Pleasant (ankle) and Brice McCain (knee).
Several key Houston defenders are active against the 49ers after being listed as probable. They include defensive end J.J. Watt (groin, nose), safety Ed Reed (hip, abdomen), linebacker Brian Cushing (concussion), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (undisclosed), linebacker Bryan Braman (hamstring, shoulder), cornerback Brice McCain (knee), linebacker Darryl Sharpton (foot, hip) and safety Eddie Pleasant (hamstring).
The Texans lengthy injury list for Week 5 against the 49ers belies the fact that the team is largely healthy heading into Sunday's game. For instance, of the eight players on the defensive side of the ball listed on the injury report, all but one are considered probable.
The eight players expected to play through injuries in Week 5 are: defensive end J.J. Watt (groin, nose); defensive backs Ed Reed (hip, abdomen), Eddie Pleasant (hamstring), Johnathan Joseph (not-injury-related) and Brice McCain (knee); and linebackers Bryan Braman (hamstring, shoulder) and Brian Cushing (concussion).