The Eagles have brought back a familiar face to take Ron Brooks' roster spot.
On Monday, the team claimed defensive tackle Taylor Hart off waivers from San Francisco. Hart was just waived on Saturday by the 49ers, who claimed him after the Eagles waived him at final cuts.
So, Hart is coming back to Philly after a stint with Chip Kelly in San Francisco.
Hart, 25, played in one game for the 49ers this year. The Eagles are light at defensive tackle thanks to Bennie Logan's groin injury. While head coach Doug Pederson on Monday said Logan was getting better, the Eagles still brought in more depth by claiming Hart.
While still with the Eagles, Kelly had a hand in drafting Hart, an Oregon product, in the fifth round of 2014.
Hart worked hard this offseason to learn how to play in Jim Schwartz's aggressive 4-3 defense, which is very unlike the ones he had played in during college and in the NFL.
Brooks has been placed on IR after rupturing a quad tendon during Sunday's game against the Vikings. He'll have surgery this week.
In addition to adding Hart to the active roster, the Eagles also added cornerback Aaron Grymes to their practice squad.
Grymes, 25, was having an impressive training camp and preseason with the Eagles before injuring his right shoulder. He was waived shortly after that.
After coming out of the University of Idaho in 2013, Grymes didn't make an NFL team so he went to Canada. He ended up as a starter and All-Star on the Edmonton Eskimos and won a Grey Cup in 2015.
To make room for Grymes, the Eagles cut OL Matt Rotheram from the practice squad.