Philadelphia PA:  The Philadelphia Eagles return to the practice field at NovaCare Complex on Monday after their 40-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night at Lincoln Financial Field as they get ready to play the Green Bay Packers on Saturday at Lambeau Field. The Eagles made a roster move as they signed safety Brandan Bishop to get the roster to 90 men after Earl Wolff was waived/injured on Friday.  Bishop went undrafted in 2013, joined the Minnesota Vikings practice quad for 2013, Last year, he was on the  Atlanta Falcons’ practice squad & the Falcons released Bishop in early May 2015.  Brandon Bishop will wear Earl Wolff old number which was number 28.

Bishop was a 4 year starter at North Carolina State where he appeared in 49 games with had 164 tackles and had  126 assist tackles for a career total of 290 tackles along with 12 interceptions. During his senior season in 2012, he finished with  103 tackles with 3 interceptions.

Brandon Bishop Tweet on signing with Eagles
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