Eagles add three prospects to bring practice squad roster to 16 players

Less than 24 hours after introducing their initial practice squad, the Eagles added three prospects to bring the unit to 16 players.
Tiawan Mullen, Philadelphia Eagles
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It appears that everyone is present and accounted for now. We'll, no doubt see changes between now and Week 1's game featuring the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots, but the Birds have given us much to discuss.

On Tuesday, we were introduced to the initial 53-man roster. A day later, 13 players were added to their practice squad. On Thursday, three more prospects were added tp bring the scout team to the allowable 16 men. Yes friends, it's time to meet the new guys.

Philadelphia announces the acquisition of three prospects and brings their practice squad to 16 players.

The Eagles have signed two more trench warriors and a defensive back with a lot of upside. Here's the skinny on an exciting young trio.

1. Thomas Booker, interior defensive lineman

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Of course the Eagles have added another defensive lineman. Why wouldn't they? That's what they do, right?

Thomas Booker is a six-foot-three, 301-pound interior defensive lineman who earned Second-team All-Pac-12 honors in 2020 and 2021. He spent the 2022 NFL season with the Houston Texans.

2. Tiawan Mullen, cornerback

Tiawan Mullen, Philadelphia Eagles
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An undrafted rookie free agent added by the Los Angeles Chargers following the 2023 NFL Draft, this former First-Team All-American (2020) appeared in 35 games at the NCAA level spanning four college football seasons.

142 tackles, 3.5 sacks, five interceptions, 28 pass breakups, and four forced fumbles were the results of his efforts. We'll see if that translates to the NFL level.

3. Le'Raven Clark, offensive lineman

Le'Raven Clark, Philadelphia Eagles
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You guys know this fellow, don't you? Here's something we can say about the Philadelphia Eagles and their vice president/general manager Howie Roseman. They always keep guys they're familiar with on speed dial.

This is Le'Raven Clark's second stint with the Birds. He was previously with them during the 2021 and 2022 NFL seasons before the Tennessee Titans signed him off Philly's practice squad on September 27th, 2022.

Make no mistake. He's a quality depth piece.

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