PHILADELPHIA- The Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday announced they have signed RB Joique Bell to the practice squad and released TE Cornelius Ingram from the practice squad.
Bell (5-11, 220) spent weeks 3-8 of the 2010 season on the Eagles active roster, after being signed off the Buffalo Bills practice squad on Sept. 21. He was waived by the Eagles on November 10 and claimed by Indianapolis the next day. He played in five games with the Colts before being waived on Dec. 14.
Originally signed by the Bills as a rookie free agent in 2010, Bell led the team in rushing during the preseason with 27 carries for 152 yards and two touchdowns. He was released on Sept. 4, but spent the first two weeks of the season on the team's practice squad.
The 24-year-old Bell played collegiately at Division II Wayne State, finishing his career with 6,728 rushing yards and 88 touchdowns, along with 79 catches for 918 yards and eight touchdowns. His 8,055 all-purpose yards and 576 points placed him ninth and fifth, respectively, in NCAA history. As a senior in 2009, Bell was awarded with the Harlon Hill Trophy, awarded to the Division II player of the year, after rushing for 2,084 yards and 29 touchdowns.
A native of Benton Harbor, Mich., Bell served as a team captain in football, baseball and track at Benton Harbor High School.
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