Eagles put backup center David Molk on IR with biceps tear

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It doesn’t take long to get hurt playing in an NFL game.

According to Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles put backup center David Molk on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday.

Molk suffered a torn right biceps during Monday’s game against the Falcons, in which he played five special teams snaps.

The Eagles could fill in with Josh Andrews, who is on the roster now. They might also bring back veteran Julian Vandervelde, who was released in final cuts.

They also shuffled their practice squad, signing nose tackle Travis Raciti and running back Kevin Monangai, and releasing tight end Andrew Gleichert. The Dolphins signed running back Raheem Mostert off their practice squad.