Singleton signed a contract with the Eagles on Wednesday.
Singleton failed to make the Eagles' season-opening roster but ended up on the practice squad, and he now receives the promotion to the 53-man roster heading into Week 7. The 25-year-old has yet to make his NFL debut but did spent some time in the CFL.
The Eagles waived Singleton on Friday, John McMullen of Fox Sports reports.
Singleton hasn't suited up in an NFL regular season game since 2014, and was considered a longshot to make the roster. The Montana State product could be a practice squad candidate, or could head north of the border to the CFL.
Singleton signed a reserve/future contract with the Eagles on Tuesday, Dave Sangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Singleton's last college season was in 2014, and he hasn't suited up for an NFL game since. If the Eagles truly need reinforcements at linebacker, they'll likely utilize a promising draft instead, so Singleton projects to the practice squad.
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