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Eagles add former Oregon player to practice squad

Another former Oregon player was added to the Eagles on Wednesday when they signed defensive end Brandon Bair to the practice squad.

Eagles add former Oregon player to practice squad

Brandon Bair has played for the Chiefs and Raiders since playing for Chip Kelly at Oregon. (Darron Cummings/AP file photo)
Brandon Bair has played for the Chiefs and Raiders since playing for Chip Kelly at Oregon. (Darron Cummings/AP file photo)

Another former Oregon player was added to the Eagles on Wednesday when they signed defensive end Brandon Bair to the practice squad. 

Bair, 6-foot-7 and 272, played for Chip Kelly at Oregon. He went undrafted in 2011 and spent time with the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs. He's never played in the NFL. He'a also 28. 

Bair is the fifth Oregon player on the Eagles roster or practice squad. Safety Patrick Chung, wide receiver Jeff Maehl, and linebacker Casey Matthews, offensive lineman/defensive lineman Isaac Remington, and now Bair. 

The Eagles' eight-man practice squad is Bair, Remington, safety Keelan Johnson, offensive tackle Michael Bamiro, safety Trenton Robinson, wide receiver Greg Salas, and running back Matthew Tucker. 

Zach Berman Inquirer Staff Writer
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