Philadelphia Eagles Add Brandon Graham to Roster; Release Kyle DeVan
The Philadelphia Eagles have added defensive end Brandon Graham to their 53-man roster, while releasing guard Kyle DeVan, according to Geoff Mosher.
Graham was selected in the first round by the Eagles in 2010 and collected three sacks in his rookie season before suffering a season-ending ACL tear in December against the Dallas Cowboys.
He underwent surgery on his right knee in late July and was placed on the PUP list before the start of the season.
His return helps the Eagles’ defensive line, as end Juqua Parker will miss the game with an ankle sprain that has been bothering him for a good portion of the season.
DeVan was signed less than a week before the start of the season and started the first four games after the Eagles benched rookie first-round draft pick Danny Watkins. He was then benched after the loss to San Francisco.
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