You can call it nepotism, but I don't care--- if it works...
The Eagles signed two more players to their practice squad on Tuesday morning, obtaining converted offensive lineman Isaac Remington and safety Keelan Johnson to the team.
With Remington and Johnson now on board, the Eagles have seven of the eight spots available on the practice squad filled up with Greg Salas, Matthew Tucker, Michael Bamiro, Trenton Robinson and Travis Long already signed.
Remington spent time with the Eagles during training camp, but was released during the team's first cuts. The former Oregon Duck came into Eagles camp as a defensive end, but switched to the offensive side of the ball right before he was cut. He was announced as an offensive lineman by the Eagles, so it is likely that is where they see him possibly fitting in with this team.
A couple of years ago, this was Remington's draft profile:
Position: DT (He's now at 6-6, 295, just so you know...)