The Eagles welcomed back tackle/guard Brett Toth to the team as a member of the practice squad on Thursday.
Toth was waived on Tuesday to make room for defensive back Kary Vincent Jr., who was acquired from the Broncos in a trade at the deadline. Toth cleared waivers on Wednesday and returned to the team on Thursday.
Toth played in seven of the first eight games this season for the Eagles, primarily on special teams. He received his most extensive action on offense late in Sunday's win over Detroit.
The 6-foot-6, 304-pound Toth originally joined the Eagles as a rookie free agent out of Army in 2019 after the U.S. Department of Defense granted him a waiver to pursue his NFL career. He started 26 games in his final two seasons with the Black Knights. Pro Football Focus rated him as the fifth-best run-blocking tackle in his final collegiate season.
Toth has also spent time with the Arizona Cardinals. In 2020, Toth played in six games (one start) and lined up for 94 snaps on offense.
To make room on the practice squad, the Eagles released cornerback Craig James.