The Eagles made a pair of roster moves on Tuesday morning.
First, the team signed cornerback Michael Jacquet to the active roster from the practice squad.
A rookie free agent out of Louisiana-Lafayette, Jacquet was called up from the practice squad to the active roster in each of the past two games. In the Week 8 win over Dallas, Jacquet played 30 snaps on defense in his NFL debut.
Jacquet had 45 tackles, two interceptions, and five pass breakups as a redshirt senior in 2019. Transitioned from wide receiver to cornerback in 2018.
The Eagles had an opening after placing cornerback Craig James on Injured Reserve on Monday with a shoulder injury.
The Eagles also signed running back Adrian Killins to the practice squad. A rookie free agent out of Central Florida, the 5-8, 177-pound Killins gained 2,459 yards on the ground, accounted for 864 receiving yards, and scored 34 total touchdowns. He earned either first- or second-team All-AAC honors in each of the past three seasons.
Killins was signed to the active roster ahead of the 49ers win and played eight snaps on offense. He was on the practice squad for every other week except for this past game against the Giants.