The Eagles announced Friday that they have waived safety Tre Sullivan and activated linebacker Nigel Bradham and safety Deiondre' Hall to the 53-man roster.
Bradham was suspended for one game for a previous offseason incident in 2016. Hall, who was acquired in a trade from the Chicago Bears last Saturday, came in with a suspension for Week 1 as well. Both players will rejoin the team immediately.
The Eagles also signed defensive tackle Treyvon Hester to the practice squad. The 25-year-old Hester was a seventh-round draft pick of the Raiders in 2017 out of Toledo. Hester played in 14 games as a rookie. Wide receivers Greg Ward and Rashard Davis as well as defensive tackle Winston Craig were released from the 10-player unit.
The Eagles' active roster has 53 players again after having just 52 on Thursday after wide receiver Mack Hollins was placed on Injured Reserve. There are now two open spots on the Eagles' practice squad.