The Eagles have added the eighth and final player to their practice squad, Matt Reynolds, an undrafted offensive tackle out of BYU.
Reynolds was on the Panthers' training camp roster before cutdowns last week. The 6-foot-6, 305-pounder has family connections to the team: his brother, Dallas, is currently on the roster as a guard, and played four game, starting one, in the 2011 season, while his father, Lance, played one season for the team in 1978. Reynolds may be a rookie, but he's 26 years old, on account of having spent two years doing missionary work in Germany prior to college.
After Reynolds' signing, the practice squad roster looks like this:
OT Matt Reynolds
WR Marvin McNutt
LB Ryan Rau
TE Chase Ford
FB Emil Igwenagu
C Chase Beeler
DT Frank Trotter
WR B.J. Cunningham
As always, that group is likely to fluctuate week-to-week, with some players joining the active roster and others getting cut as team needs dictate.
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