Le'Raven Clark, Two Others Complete Birds Practice Squad
The Eagles announced the completion of their practice squad Thursday as they also reconvened at the NovaCare Complex for their first practice of the regular season.
The team agreed to terms with defensive tackle Thomas Booker, offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark – who was with the team in 2021 – and cornerback Tiawan Mullen to round out the 16-man practice squad.
The Eagles announced 13 practice squad signings on Wednesday, including punter Arryn Siposs and wide receivers Britain Covey, Devon Allen and Greg Ward.
For now, it appears the Eagles are very light at inside linebacker, with just three on the active roster and only undrafted rookie Ben Van Sumeren on the practice squad, although outside linebacker Patrick Johnson – who made the 53 – has cross-trained there, along with rookie first-round pick Nolan Smith and practice squad outside linebacker Kyron Johnson.
By contrast, they’re heavy at defensive tackle and tight end.
Clark, whose career began with the Colts, played four games for the Eagles in 2021 and has played 13 games last year for the Titans. He has 64 career games played and 18 starts.
Booker, a 2022 fifth-round pick of the Texans from Stanford, played 10 games last season, starting one. Mullen is an undrafted rookie from Indiana who spent training camp with the Chargers.
– Geoff Mosher (@geoffmoshernfl) is co-host of the “Inside the Birds” podcast and staff writer for InsideTheBirds.com.
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