The Eagles made a couple of roster moves on Tuesday morning to adjust the practice squad.
The Eagles signed tight end Jason Croom and cornerback Michael Jacquet. To make room, the Eagles released tight end Jordan Franks and running back Michael Warren.
Croom was a former teammate of Derek Barnett's at Tennessee. At 6-5, 246 pounds, the 26-year-old played 15 games (three starts) for the Buffalo Bills in 2018 and had 22 catches for 259 yards and a touchdown.
Croom originally entered the league with the Bills as a rookie free agent in 2017. He was most recently on the Bills' practice squad.
Jacquet was a rookie free agent signing of the Eagles in 2020 out of Louisiana. He played two seasons as a wide receiver in college before making the switch to the defensive side of the ball. At 6-1, 203 pounds, Jacquet earned praise from Head Coach Doug Pederson during Training Camp.