The Eagles have made a move, but it wasn't one everyone has been waiting for. The team has moved practice squad linebacker Alex Singleton to the active roster.
Singleton is being brought in to fill the hole created after letting Zach Brown go after the Minnesota Vikings loss this past weekend. Brown talked trash about Kirk Cousins but couldn't back it up on the field with his play. A new report says that Brown didn't buy into what the Eagles do on the field, which was the main reason for his release.
At this time Singleton only has preseason experience, as he was signed to the Eagles initially in the offseason after leaving the Canadian Football League. In three CFL seasons, Singleton won a Grey Cup (The CFL Super Bowl), was named the CFL's Defensive Player of the Year, and twice earned all-star honors with the Calgary Stampeders.
On a side note, the Eagles already replaced singletons practice squad spot with a center of the name Keegan Render.