Eagles place offensive tackle on injured reserve
After dealing with injuries for the last few weeks, the Eagles have placed offensive tackle Le’Raven Clark on injured reserve. Clark is currently on the practice squad and replacing him is former Eagle Harry Crider, according to a team announcement.
Crider was a UDFA from Indiana this offseason who was signed by Philadelphia before being waived during training camp. It makes sense for the team to bring in another lineman while Clark is out, especially someone already knowing the team’s system.
Le’Raven Clark will be joining his teammates Tyree Jackson, Jack Driscoll, Josiah Scott, and Jason Croom on the IR. Luckily, with the injured reserve only holding players out a minimum of three weeks now, everyone will be back in just a few weeks. In the meantime, the Eagles continue to prepare for their home opener against the San Francisco 49ers.
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[…] Le’Raven Clark spent five seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before joining the team and has helped provide some much-needed depth on the offensive line. Philadelphia has been locking up several players these last few weeks, including T.J. Edwards and Avonte Maddox, among several others. […]