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Former Eagles in the XFL: Week 10

The XFL has now finished its 10-week regular season schedule.

The XFL is hoping to be an outlet for NFL fans to get through the offseason and maybe even eventually compete with the NFL for ratings. For the players, it is a way to get additional reps and film to their name that NFL scouts and general managers can use to see if they want to give these players shots in Training Camp this summer. After the XFL season concludes in May, players are free to sign with NFL teams.

All eight teams played this past weekend, and all eight teams have former Eagles on them. A total of 32 players in the league have spent at least some time on the Eagles 53-man roster or training camp roster. Here's a look at the former Eagles who appeared in this weekend's boxscores:

Vegas Vipers

DT Destiny Vaeao 1.0 tackle

RB DeAndre Torrey N/A

Houston Roughnecks

CB Ajene Harris 1.0 tackle

WR Deontay Burnett N/A

CB Kary Vincent Jr. N/A

DT Elijah Qualls N/A

Arlington Renegades

QB Luis Perez 22/36, 205 passing yards, 1 interception; 3 rushes, 20 rushing yards

CB De’Vante Bausby

DL Bruce Hector 3.0 tackles

CB Cre’Von LeBlanc 2.0 tackles

RB Adrian Killins N/A

CB Josh Hawkins *IR

San Antonio Brahmas

P Brad Wing 3 punts, 147 punt yards (49.0 yards average), 3 punts inside the 20-yard line)

CB Jameson Houston N/A

CB Ryan Lewis N/A

QB Reid Sinnett N/A

DE Kobe Smith N/A

OL Malcolm Bunche N/A

OL Luke Juriga N/A

DC Defenders

WR Josh Hammond 4 receptions (4 targets), 59 receiving yards

DT Gabe Wright 3.0 tackles (1 TFL)

TE Alex Ellis 4 receptions (4 targets), 25 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns

K Matt McCrane 2/2 FGs (longest was 49 yards)

WR Manasseh Bailey N/A

Seattle Dragons

DE/OLB Shareef Miller 1.0 tackle (1 TFL)

DT Treyvon Hester *IR

TE/WR Josh Perkins *IR

St. Louis Battlehawks

WR Hakeem Butler 9 receptions (12 targets), 164 receiving yards, 2 receiving touchdowns

CB Lavert Hill 8.0 tackles (3 TFLs)

S Nate Meadors N/A

Orlando Guardians

WR Lance Lenoir N/A

T Brett Boyko N/A

Only four teams make the XFL playoffs. Houston will face Arlington, and Seattle will face D.C. The winner of those games will play in the XFL Championship Game. We'll see if any of these players made a big enough impact in their games to garner any attention from the Eagles or any other NFL team to sign them for training camp.

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