The Eagles made the following roster moves on Wednesday, November 30th:
- Opened Jordan Davis' 21-day practice window
- Released Marvin Wilson from the practice squad
- Signed wide receiver Auden Tate, wide receiver Kawaan Baker, and offensive lineman Tyrese Robinson to the practice squad
Davis is on the mend after suffering an ankle injury during the team's Week 8 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The 2022 first-round draft pick had played in all seven games before then, starting five. He totaled 14 tackles since his NFL debut, contributing size and speed to the Eagles' dominant defense lining up at nose tackle.
The team has activated his 21-day practice window -- the soonest he could return to play is Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
WR Auden Tate has spent the 2022 season on and off the Eagles' practice squad since he was first signed in September. He's been in the league since 2018; Tate played through his four-year contract at Cincinnati before the Falcons signed him to a one-year deal for the 2022 season during free agency. The Falcons released him on Aug. 23. The 25-year-old has recorded 61 receptions for 799 yards during his NFL career.
The Eagles have signed 6-foot-1 free agent WR Kawaan Baker to the practice squad. He played collegiately at Southern Alabama University before he was picked by the Saints in the seventh round of the 2021 NFL Draft. After his stint there, he was signed by the Green Bay Packers' practice squad during Week 7, until he was released on November 8.
The Eagles have signed 6-foot-3, 324-pound guard Tyrese Robinson to the practice squad.
Robinson went undrafted in 2022 after playing college ball at Oklahoma; there, he lined up at both guard and tackle, starting 38 games during his tenure as a Sooner.
Robinson was first signed on October 3, before he was released the day after Thanksgiving. Now, the Eagles have brought him back to the practice squad.