Friday, November 27, 2015

Eagles to sign Ingram, two others

Tight ends Cornelius Ingram and John Nalbone and wide receiver Jeremy Williams agreed to terms with the Eagles.

Eagles to sign Ingram, two others


Cornelius Ingram is coming back, again. The tight end agreed to terms with the Eagles after spending a portion of 2010 on the practice squad and saying his twice-injured knee felt good.

"No problems while I was out there on the practice squad. I feel good, going into the off season I'm able to do everything, and I'm able to start from scratch with everybody else," said Ingram. He was an Eagles fifth round pick in 2009 after tearing his ACL as a college senior. He suffered the same injury his first year with the Eagles and was still hindered in training camp 2010. He was cut before returning to the practice squad.

Tight end John Nalbone also agreed to terms. He played in two early season games in 2010 for the Dolphins but was released in September. He finished the season on the Broncos' practice squad. He played at Monmouth in college and is from Trenton originally.

Wide receiver Jeremy Williams also agreed to terms. He spent the the 2010 season and most of the 2009 season on the Eagles practice squad.

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Yesterday the team announced deals with center A.Q. Shipley, guard Dallas Reynolds and wide receivers Rod Harper and Sinorice Moss.

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