The Bills announced that the team has signed WR Ed Eagan and TE Manasseh Garner back to the team’s practice squad Monday.
Eagan, a 5-10, 193-pound Northwestern State, LA. product, has spent time on the Bills practice squad this season after spending time with the Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Browns in the offseason. He originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Cowboys following the 2016 NFL Draft. Eagan played in 44 games during his collegiate career, playing the first nine as a cornerback before transitioning to wide receiver.
Garner has also spent time on the Bills 53-man roster and practice squad this season. Garner, a 6-2, 239-pound tight end played at both Pittsburgh and Wisconsin during his collegiate career. In total, Garner appeared in 43 career collegiate games, with 14 starts, while accumulating 52 receptions for 637 yards and five touchdowns. Garner originally entered the NFL in 2015 as an undrafted free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs.
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