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Remington, Johnson added to practice squad
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The Eagles came one step closer to rounding out their practice squad Tuesday, announcing the signings of safety Keelan Johnson and versatile offensive lineman Isaac Remington.

The two additions bring the practice squad total to seven, with one more spot to fill. Ifeanyi Momah, the 6-foot-7 wide receiver who went to camp with the Eagles but was released at the cutdown deadline, remains unclaimed and unsigned. There are no indications from either side that Momah will occupy that final spot on the practice squad.

Johnson and Remington join offensive tackle Michael Bamiro, wide receiver Greg Salas, outside linebacker Travis Long, safety Trenton Robinson and running back Matthew Tucker on the scout team. Of those seven, only Johnson and Robinson were in camp with another team.

Remington spent most of Eagles camp running with the third-string defensive line. At Oregon, he played defensive end and nose tackle under coach Chip Kelly and assistant head coach/defensive line coach Jerry Azzinaro.

Near the end of camp, he traded his white jersey for a green one and started practicing as an interior offensive lineman.