The Philadelphia Eagles have added nine players to their practice squad.

One interesting name on the list is quarterback Kyle Lauletta, who comes to the Eagles after spending all of last season and this preseason with the New York Giants.  He was originally a 4th round pick of the Giants in 2018 out of Richmond.  Hall was released by the Giants after having a solid preseason, throwing four touchdown passes.

Of the other practice squad players, most notable are linebacker Alex Singleton and wide receiver Greg Ward, both had solid camps and performances in the preseason.

The team has one open practice squad spot remaining.  NFL teams are allowed ten players on their practice squad unit.

All other players on the practice squad are considered free agents and free to sign with any team at any time, but then must immediately be placed on that team's 53-man active roster, like the Redskins are reportedly doing with Treyvon Hester.