Following the unveiling of the 53-man active roster, the Eagles agreed to terms with 10 players who will comprise the practice squad ...
On Sunday, the Eagles announced that they've agreed to terms with 10 players for the team's 2015 practice squad. Here's more on who will make up the 10-man unit ...
G/T Brett Boyko: The athletic lineman's football playing career started in his hometown of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, but he then traded in Canadian winters for Las Vegas summers, playing his college football at UNLV. He started 42 games for the Rebels, earning second-team All-Mountain West honors as a senior.
G Malcolm Bunche: After playing his high school football in Newark, Delaware, Bunche played four seasons with the Miami Hurricanes before heading out west to the UCLA Bruins for his final year of college football. A four-star recruit out of high school, Bunche started 14 games at Miami before transferring to UCLA. As a senior, he blocked for running back Paul Perkins, who led the Pac-12 in rushing.
DB Randall Evans: A sixth-round pick in 2015, the former Kansas State walk-on appeared in 51 games with the Wildcats, starting 31 of them. He recorded 210 tackles and seven interceptions during his collegiate career. He intercepted Green Bay's Matt Blanchard in the Eagles' third preseason game.
TE Andrew Gleichert: A former walk-on at Michigan State, Gleichert appeared in 33 games during his career with the Spartans. He also doubled as the team's fullback, showing the versatility desired by the Eagles' coaching staff. A talented blocker, Gleichert started 11 games at Michigan State and was named an Academic All-Big Ten selection in 2012.
WR Freddie Martino: A small-school standout at North Greenville, Martino signed with the Eagles in August. He was a member of the Falcons' practice squad at the beginning of the 2014 season before being signed to the active roster. Martino hauled in two catches for 54 yards and a toe-dragging touchdown against the New York Jets in the preseason finale.
DE Brian Mihalik: The Eagles selected Mihalik in the seventh round of the 2015 NFL Draft. At 6-9, 302 pounds, Mihalik's length and athleticism (34-inch vertical jump and a 4.88 40-yard dash) make him a potential fit on the Eagles' defensive line down the road. As a senior at Boston College, he led the team with 4.5 sacks while starting all 13 games.
RB Raheem Mostert: Dazzled on both special teams and as a running back for the Eagles during the 2015 preseason. Former track-and-field star showed great ability as a runner. Led the Eagles with 157 rushing yards and 194 receiving yards during the four preseason games. Was also the NFL's preseason leader in all-purpose yardage.
WR Quron Pratt: The Rutgers product spent all of 2014 on the Eagles' practice squad. He caught two passes for 36 yards in the preseason finale. A native of Palmyra, New Jersey, Pratt was a three-time conference all-academic, starting 15 games in his college career while being named team captain for his senior year.
S Ed Reynolds: An All-America selection at Stanford, Reynolds spent the entire 2014 season on the Eagles' practice squad after the team selected him in the fifth round of the draft. Reynolds has flashed at times during this year's preseason, intercepting two passes in the opener against the Indianapolis Colts.
LB Deontae Skinner: The linebacker signed with the Eagles in the middle of August to help provide some depth at both inside and outside linebacker. After a successful career at Mississippi State, Skinner signed with the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent. He was a member of the team's practice squad during its run to a Super Bowl XLIX victory.