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The Minnesota Vikings claimed cornerback Shaun Prater off of waivers. Prater was recently released by the Eagles on Monday after playing 1 game for Philly this season. Prater was originally a 5th round draft pick of the Bengals in 2012 out of Iowa.
Prater joins a secondary that has been less than good all year and should have a chance to see the field sooner than later.
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. -- The Minnesota Vikings added another young piece to its secondary on Tuesday, claiming cornerback Shaun Prater off of waivers.Prater, 23, was released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, having appeared in one game this season. He played on special teams and didn't record any statistics. Minnesota released cornerback Jacob Lacey, who was re-signed last...
Today the Eagles poached the Giants practice squad. They were able to steal former Arizona Cardinal linebacker from the New York Giants practice squad. @AdamSchefter: Eagles sign LB Emmanuel Acho from the New York Giants practice squad and release CB Shaun Prater. To make room for Acho the team released Shaun Prater. That is the […]
The fine-tuning continues as the roster evolves. The injured cornerback Curtis Marsh (broken hand) should survive waivers and is to be placed on injured reserve, and the now-healthy CB Shaun Prater is claimed from the Cincinnati Bengals waiver list.
An Iowa product, Prater (5-10, 190) was a fifth-round pick of the Bengals in 2012. However, he spent his first NFL regular...
The Eagles today continued to shape their roster.
After yesterday’s mandatory cut down to 53 players, the Birds released 3rd-year cornerback Curtis Marsh in favor of cornerback Shaun Prater from the Cincinnati Bengals.
Prater, a second year player from Iowa, was awarded to the Eagles after ring waived yesterday.
Marsh, the former third round pick, was waived/injured.
Cornerback Shaun Prater and safety George Iloka, both fifth-round picks, signed with the Bengals. Terms were not disclosed. Prater had 171 tackles, seven interceptions and 19 passes defensed in 35 starts over four seasons at Iowa. Iloka had 232 tackles, seven interceptions and 17 passes defensed in 45 career starts for Hawaii.