Eagles Make Roster Moves, Add Adrian Killins to Practice Squad
The Philadelphia Eagles made three roster moves on Wednesday morning, activating the 21-day practice window on veteran defensive end Vinny Curry and defensive back Craig James.
Additionally, the team has signed running back Adrian Killins back to the practice squad after waiving him from the active roster on Monday.
Killins was active for the Eagles Sunday Night game in San Francisco, carrying the ball one time for -12 yards and catching one pass for two yards. The speedy back signed with the Eagles as an undrafted free agent from Central Florida.
Curry has been out with a hamstring injury that head coach Doug Pederson admitted would force him to miss "significant time" back on Sept 14. he had a solid start to the season, with two tackles and one sack on 22 snaps against Washington.
As for James, he was injured in the game against Washington, but played in 14 games last season as a corner, playing both inside and outside and on special teams.