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Roster Moves: Eagles Bring Back Six For 2018


The Eagles have signed six members of the practice squad to futures contracts.

Wide receiver Rashard Davis, guard Darrell Greene, cornerback D.J. Killings, safety Tre Sullivan, wide receiver Bryce Treggs, and wide receiver Greg Ward will participate in the team's offseason training program with the goal of making the 53-man roster in 2018.

Davis played in the Eagles final three preseason games before being waived. He rejoined the practice squad in late December.

Darrell Greene has had stints on the practice squad in each of the last two seasons.

Killings was signed to the practice squad in October.

Sullivan missed out on the final 53-man roster but was signed to the practice squad in early November.

Treggs played in nine games for the Eagles in 2016 and six games in 2017 for the Browns. In his career, he's tallied eight receptions and 159 receiving yards.

Greg Ward agreed to terms to join the practice squad in mid-September.

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